Although the quality of Fiat Chrysler’s Dodge vehicles has improved over the years, many models are still prone to defects that lead to technical service bulletins and recalls. If you own or lease a Dodge Charger, Challenger, Dart, Viper, Journey, Durango, Grand Caravan, or Ram pickup that has been in for multiple repairs while it was under a manufacturer’s warranty, you may have a valid Lemon Law claim.
Timothy Abeel & Associates, P.C. routinely represents Dodge customers in Lemon Law claims throughout all of New Jersey and Pennsylvania, including Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and Trenton. Our experienced consumer law attorneys are well versed in applicable state lemon laws and federal warranty law and can help you obtain significant compensation.
Dodge customers have complained about a wide range of defects such as faulty brake pads and rotors, acceleration problems, vibrating axles, brakes and steering columns, cruise control malfunctions, transmission and engine leaks, electrical issues and many others. Fiat Chrysler has issued numerous recalls of Dodge sedans, SUVS and pickup trucks over the years.
Other Complaints about Dodge Vehicles
Currently, the problems continue to mount as there have been numerous ongoing complaints. One of the most common, for example, is with the exterior accessories of the Dodge Durango and Charger, in addition to problems with the air conditioning/heating units. The Grand Caravan has been prone to electrical problems, transmission issues, and fuel system problems.
Problems have also been reported with the 2017 Challenger drivetrain. There have also been incidents of lemon law claims for Ram trucks based on incidents of transmission and engine problems, electrical issues, and faulty navigation systems.
Experienced Dodge Defect Attorneys
If you have had ongoing problems with your Dodge vehicle that have not been resolved by the dealer, you have rights as a consumer. At Timothy Abeel & Associates, P.C. our experienced Lemon Law attorneys have a proven track record of pursuing successful claims.
We will conduct a thorough investigation to ensure that your claim is valid. If your Dodge vehicle is under a manufacturer’s warranty and numerous repairs have been attempted over an extended period of time, you may be able to recover significant compensation. Depending on the circumstances, you may be entitled to a refund, a vehicle replacement or monetary compensation as well as reasonable attorney fees and costs.
We believe that automakers have a responsibility to handle recalls properly and make any necessary repairs expediently. Whether due to the sheer number of recalls, a backlog in the supply chain of replacement parts, or misdiagnosing the problem, lengthy and unnecessary repair delays are common for Dodge vehicles, however. That’s the bad news.
The good news is that the Lemon Laws in New Jersey and Pennsylvania as well as federal warranty law provide owners and lessees with powerful legal recourse to obtain significant compensation. Our legal team is dedicated to holding automakers accountable and fighting for the rights of consumers. Call our office today for a free consultation or fill out the contact form on our website.
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