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If your Chrysler has repeated problems that won’t go away, we can help.
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If you decide to go forward with a Chrysler lemon law case, we can offer free legal representation and help you get cash compensation, a vehicle replacement or a buyback under the California Lemon Law.Think You Have A Lemon?
Top 8 Chrysler Issues
Auto manufacturers will sometimes release faulty cars, trucks, and other vehicles to the public. Chrysler is no exception and for this reason, you could have a viable Chrysler lemon law case.
Owners of Chrysler vehicles should look out for the following signs:
- Rough Gear Shifting
- Vehicle Cannot Turn On
- Transmission Failure
- Electrical Failure
- Hard Up and Down Shifting
- Fluid Leaks: Motor Oil, Steering Oil, Coolant Fluid, Transmission Fluid
- Sudden Deceleration
- Vehicle Stalls While Driving
If these symptoms or any other vehicle problems repeatedly appear, you may have a Chrysler lemon. Learn more about what the lemon law can do for you. If you want to seek legal remedies from your auto manufacturer, consult an attorney to discuss your Chrysler lemon law rights.Get a Free Case Review
Chrysler Lemon Law Litigation
A prominent case of FCA’s misconduct became widely known when late Star Trek actor Anton Yelchin was crushed by his rollaway Jeep Grand Cherokee. Allegedly, his vehicle and other FCA models are equipped with defective shifters that are associated with 266 crashes and 68 injuries. Affected models include Chrysler 300 vehicles.
Totally Integrated Power Module (TIPM)
In 2014, consumers filed a class action lawsuit alleging that the TIPMs, nicknamed the “Totally Insane Power Module,” causes vehicle stalling, non-starting, problems in the fuel pumps and uncontrollable and unpredictable electrical activity in the vehicles’ alarm systems, air bags, door locks, horns and windshield wipers.
Affected Chrysler models include the 2010–2014 Chrysler Grand Voyager and 2010–2014 Chrysler Town & Country vehicles.
2.4-L Tigershark MultiAir II Engines
More recently, FCA was hit with allegations that the 2.4-L Tigershark MultiAir II engines caused high oil consumption in the 2015–2016 Chrysler 200 and other vehicle models. According to the class action lawsuit, the vehicles would not warn drivers of dangerously low oil levels. As a result, drivers would not know about low oil levels until the vehicles suddenly shut down. The lack of oil results in lack of cooling and lubrication, causing premature wear and tear of the engines.
UConnect Infotainment Systems
Some Chrysler vehicles have also been equipped with allegedly defective infotainment systems, according to a class action lawsuit filed in 2019. The UConnect infotainment systems would allegedly fail to activate the rearview cameras when the vehicles were in Reverse and cause Bluetooth problems during hands-free calling, both of which made for distracting and unsafe driving situations. Affected Chrysler models include the 2017–2019 Pacifica and 300 vehicles.
Along with Chrysler as a division, Fiat Chrysler also controls Dodge and Jeep. Read the other division pages to learn more about the parent company’s misconduct via its other brands and discover if you have a Chrysler lemon law case.