We recently settled a Lemon Law case against Chrysler where our client complained the Bluetooth system in his Cadillac was not installed by the manufacturer in his car even though the documentation indicated the vehicle had Bluetooth installed.  It was not possible to have it installed in a manner that did not compromise the interior aesthetics of the vehicle.  Under the Lemon Law the defect must be a substantial one, and in this case one of the critical reasons our client bought the car was for the Bluetooth system since in the areas he drives he is not allowed to use a hand held cell phone.  Although Chrysler denied liability, the matter was settled in a manner mutually acceptable to both parties.