Lemon Law Blog
Jeep Death Wobble Has Returned – This Time with a Service Bulletin and Class Action Lawsuit
We are beginning to see clients suffering from the so-called Jeep “death wobble” -- a rapid oscillation/vibration in the vehicle’s steering and suspension components that results in the steering wheel moving very quickly from side to side (see the video below). It typically happens after the car has driven over some sort of bump or other road imperfection at relatively high speed (more than 45 miles per hour) but it can start in other circumstances too.
Allegations of Defective Active Head Restraint Systems
Are Chrysler Fiat’s active head restraint systems defective? Talk about a pain in the neck
Jeep Extended Warranty Sparks New Jersey Lawsuit
What recourse do I have if I buy a car warranty that can’t be used?
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