Dodge Ram

Dodge Ram Lemon Law Lawyer

The California Lemon Law typically necessitates multiple repair attempts, except in cases of significant safety concerns. If your Dodge has undergone numerous repair attempts or has been in the repair shop for excessive days, you may qualify for protection under the California Lemon Law. For instance, a recent Lemon Law case involving a Dodge vehicle sheds light on the legal recourse available to consumers facing persistent issues with their automobiles.

Factory floor, car production lines.

Here's an example of a previous Lemon Law case involving a Dodge vehicle. 2022 Dodge Ram 2500

Warranty: 3 year/36,00 mile basic warranty  and a 5-year/1000,000 mile powertrain warranty

  • Repair attempt #1: Defect: Climate control not functioning, all HVAC sensors replaced
  • Repair #2: Defect: Air conditioning blowing hot air, temperature sensors replaced
  • Repair #3: Defect: Temperature control still failing. Temperature sensors replaced an reinstalled dashboard
  • Repair #4: Defect: A/C only blowing hot air, Star Center called for assistance 

Case outcome: Dodge Ram provided a buyback offer. 

About Dodge:

Dodge, an American automobile brand and division of Stellantis North America, is headquartered in Auburn Hills, Michigan. Specializing in performance cars historically, Dodge was positioned as Chrysler's mid-priced brand above Plymouth. Over the years, Dodge produced a range of vehicles, including trucks, full-sized passenger cars, compact models like the Dart, and midsize cars such as the Coronet and Charger. Amidst multiple ownership changes at Chrysler from 1998 to 2009, Dodge underwent restructuring, mergers, and acquisitions, including its separation from Daimler-Benz AG, its bailout and bankruptcy in 2009, and subsequent acquisition by Fiat. In 2011, Dodge, along with its sub-brands Ram and Viper, underwent reorganization. The Chrysler Group was renamed FCA US LLC in 2014, coinciding with the merger of Fiat S.p.A. and the Chrysler Group into Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. Another merger in January 2021 between FCA and the PSA Group resulted in the formation of Stellantis, making it the second largest automaker in Europe.

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