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Lemon Law Case Results Against Chrysler LLC

The following cases are some recent Lemon Law settlements that John Cole Gayle has obtained from Chrysler LLC. The names of our clients have been withheld due to privacy laws.

  • John and Jane Doe v. Chrysler: Plaintiffs’ 2005 Dodge Dakota shakes when braking. The air bag light keeps coming on.

In February 2007, the defendant agreed to repurchase the vehicle for the full purchase price plus all collateral charges, and to pay attorney’s fees associated with the vehicle and/or the lawsuit.

  • Jane Doe and Jane Doe v. Chrysler: Plaintiffs’ 2005 Dodge Neon will not start. There is a strong gas smell. The vehicle has a high idle. Electrical devices are not working. The battery has failed.

In May 2007, the defendant agreed to repurchase the vehicle for the full purchase price plus all collateral charges, and to pay attorney’s fees associated with the vehicle and/or the lawsuit.

  • Jane Doe v. Chrysler: Plaintiff’s 2005 Jeep has a key-less entry that does not always work. The check engine light comes on. The engine surges from 35-70 MPH. Loss of power when driving 35-50 MPH. There is a surge/shudder when driving at higher speeds.

 In June 2007, the defendant agreed to repurchase the vehicle for the full purchase price plus all collateral charges, and to pay attorney’s fees associated with the vehicle and/or the lawsuit.

  • John and Jane Doe v. Chrysler: Plaintiffs’ 2006 Chrysler 300 smells of exhaust fumes. The Check Engine lights come on and off. While running the air conditioner and idling, the engine almost shuts off completely.

 In February 2008, the defendant agreed to repurchase the vehicle for the full purchase price plus all collateral charges, and to pay attorney’s fees associated with the vehicle and/or the lawsuit.

  • John and Jane Doe v. Chrysler LLC: Plaintiffs’ 2005 Grand Caravan SE makes a singing and grinding noise. There is a ticking sound in the engine. The brakes also make a grinding noise as well.

In June 2008, the defendant agreed to repurchase the vehicle for the full purchase price plus all collateral charges, and to pay attorney’s fees associated with the vehicle and/or the lawsuit.

  • John Doe v. Chrysler LLC: Plaintiff’s 2006 Jeep Wrangler check engine light comes on and stays on. This results in a loss of power.

In July 2008, the defendant agreed to repurchase the vehicle for the full purchase price plus all collateral charges, and to pay attorney’s fees associated with the vehicle and/or the lawsuit.

  • John and Jane Doe v. Chrysler LLC: Plaintiffs’ 2007 Dodge Ram makes a cracking noise from the front end. The check engine lights keeps coming on. The transmission will jump out of reverse and the vehicle will move forward.

In July 2008, the defendant agreed to repurchase the vehicle for the full purchase price plus all collateral charges, and to pay attorney’s fees associated with the vehicle and/or the lawsuit.

  • John Doe v. Chrysler LLC: 2005 Chrysler Pacifica. The current nonconformities are the passenger and driver’s side mirrors are defective resulting in the mirrors resetting to dangerous positions (serious safety defect); there is a significant leak in the power transfer unit; the reverse warning system is defective (serious safety defect); the throttle body accelerator pedal sticks (causing hesitation) and then lurches forward (serious safety defect); there are numerous interior and exterior trim problems, the shifter bezel moves when shifting into gear, and other nonconformities which have not been cured despite repair attempts by an authorized Chrysler dealership. There is a pattern of systemic faults on critical components in the vehicle.

In October 2008, the defendant agreed to repurchase the vehicle for the full purchase price plus all collateral charges, and to pay attorney’s fees associated with the vehicle and/or the lawsuit.

  • John Doe v. Chrysler LLC: The current nonconformities on the Plaintiff’s 2008 Jeep Liberty are there is a demonstrative, disturbing, high frequency (estimated 100 times per minute) shudder that is evident from over 35 mph into interstate speeds; there is a rumbling noise in the vehicle and a vibration felt in the steering wheel; shifting is difficult, the driver’s front door is hard to close, there is a water leak in the vehicle; and there is gear whine upon acceleration. These nonconformities have not been cured despite several repair attempts by Chrysler’s dealers.

In February 2009, the defendant agreed to repurchase the vehicle for the full purchase price plus all collateral charges, and to pay attorney’s fees associated with the vehicle and/or the lawsuit.

 

 


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