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Can’t Get the Parts for Your Vehicle Repair? You May Be Protected By Lemon Laws.

The auto industry was one of the first to feel the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic in early 2020. Even before the first cases were announced in the U.S., mandated closures and travel restrictions in other countries disrupted the supply chain of U.S. automakers. According to U.S. Department of Commerce statistics, imported auto parts totaled $155.8 billion in 2019, with the biggest suppliers to the U.S. auto industry being Mexico, Canada, and China. Virtually every automaker was affected.
Vehicle News
Automobile Defects

Is There a Fix for the Jeep Gladiator’s Loose Steering?

The Jeep Gladiator made its big entrance in 2019 to the excitement of loyal Jeep fans, who quickly boosted it to 4th place in midsize pickup truck sales in the U.S.A. It is the first Jeep pickup truck released since the Jeep Comanche was discontinued in the early ‘90’s. Although the Gladiator takes its name from an earlier model Jeep pickup, the new truck is based on the popular Wrangler platform.
Automobile Defects
Auto Recalls, Automobile Defects, Vehicle News

It’s a Jeep Thing. You Wouldn’t Understand.

2021 is a big year for the Wrangler. It is introducing its first ever hybrid Wrangler, the Wrangler ...
Vehicle News
Ford, Jeep
Automobile Defects

Ford F250 and F350 Super-Duty Pickups Make the “Death Wobble” List

Add some more vehicles to the death wobble hall of fame. We now have a steady stream of 2017-19 Super Duty Ford F250 and Ford F350 pickup owners contacting us with the dreaded death wobble issue.
Automobile Defects
Automobile Defects

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.
Automobile Defects
Dodge, Jeep
Breach of Warranty, Lemon Law

Allegations of Defective Active Head Restraint Systems

Are Chrysler Fiat’s active head restraint systems defective? Talk about a pain in the neck
Lemon Law

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