Dodge Dart and Dodge Challenger Lemon Law Information

Recurring transmission system problems such as sudden lunging, stalling, and vibrating are just a few of the complaints we have heard from Dodge Dart and Challenger owners. Some of the Dodge Dart, Dodge Charger, Dodge Challenger, Dodge Durango, and the Ram 1500 EcoDiesel may have similar problems that cause vehicle owners to make repeat trips to the Dodge dealership for the exact … [Read more...]

Buick Enclave Lemon Law Information

Buick unveiled the second generation Enclave in 2017, complete with their new nine-speed automatic transmission. One would expect that GM would have resolved the various transmission problems that plagued earlier model years of the Buick Enclave, and the GMC Acadia, by now. Apparently not. Considering the common complaints we’ve been hearing from Buick Enclave owners, clearly the … [Read more...]

Dodge Ram ProMaster City Transmission Problems

Has your Dodge Ram ProMaster City unexpectedly shifted into neutral without warning? Does the transmission in your ProMaster vibrate, or not want to shift into gear? Do the engine lights keep coming on? These are a few of the transmission problems we have been hearing about from 2015 to 2018 Ram ProMaster City owners. According to RepairPal.com, The Ram ProMaster 2500 … [Read more...]

How to Prove Your Car is a Lemon

Many people think that if they take their new vehicle to their dealership for repair work that is performed under the warranty there is no reason to keep copies of the repair documents. The repair gets done, but shortly thereafter, you’re back at the dealership due to the same problem. After repeated trips to the dealership for the exact same repair, you now strongly suspect that … [Read more...]

California Lemon Law vs Class Action Lawsuits

Owners and lessees of 2014 and 2015 Jeep Cherokee, 2015 Jeep Renegade, 2015 Chrysler 200, or 2015 ProMaster City opted in on a class action settlement over allegations that Fiat Chrysler supplied defective automatic transmissions. Class action lawsuits regarding vehicles are common practice. The problem with a class action lawsuit is that the only people who actually come out … [Read more...]

California Lemon Law Cases in 2018

The California Lemon Law, or the Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act, applies to three types of vehicles: New vehicles that are still covered by their original factory warranty, including the bumper to bumper warranty and the powertrain/drivetrain warranty. Certified Pre-Owned vehicles that are either still covered by their original factory warranty or they have a factory … [Read more...]

Dodge Challenger Lemon Law Claims

The California Lemon Law Group has been able to help 2015 to 2019 Dodge Challenger owners win lemon law claims for recurring problems which the dealership has not been able to repair, such as: Loss of power with no warning and the “check engine” light comes on. Transmission shifts hard and/or jerks when shifting gears. Check electronic throttle warning indicator. … [Read more...]

Is Your Dodge Ram 1500 EcoDiesel a Lemon?

Fiat Chrysler America (FCA) began delivering “clean diesel” vehicles beginning in 2007. In certain FCA cars, trucks, and SUVs, the engine was known as an EcoDiesel engine. FCA used EcoDiesel engines in its Ram 1500 and Jeep Grand Cherokee models between 2014 and 2016. Allegations about defeat devices and cheat software in EcoDiesel trucks lead to FCA being sued in federal court … [Read more...]

What Does it Mean When GM Says They Will “Buyback” Your Vehicle?

If GM is offering to “buyback” your Chevrolet, Buick, Cadillac or GMC vehicle, that does not mean that they are going to cut you a check in the amount of what you paid for your vehicle. The dealership is actually offering to take your vehicle back — as a trade-in for another car. This type of buyback does not work out to your benefit, especially if you owe more on your vehicle than … [Read more...]

What to Do if You Think Your Ford is a Lemon

Auto defects can range anywhere from the very minor, easily resolved problems to defects — or hidden faults — that warrant the car being classified as a “lemon.” Not all bad cars qualify as lemons, so it’s important to know how and when California’s Lemon Law applies to your particular vehicle and situation. Over the years, The California Lemon Law Group has successfully settled … [Read more...]