Our client purchased a new 2015 Dodge Ram truck.
His first visit to the authorized Dodge dealership was on December 5, 2016. He brought his vehicle in because a coolant leak was coming from the thermostat housing.
The next visit was on December 14th and the coolant leak was still leaking in the same area. The check engine light was also on.
On April 17, 2017 he brought the vehicle in again as the engine light was on and there was no power.
The last visit was on December 8th and the Dodge Ram was in the shop for 27 days because the turbo under boost was not working.
He heard about the Lemon Law and contacted our office. He spoke with California Lemon Law attorney, Barry L. Edzant who asked him to forward some documents. After reviewing the documents, Barry called the potential client to discuss and he decided to sign a retainer agreement with Mr. Edzant’s Law Firm.
A demand letter was sent to FCA, USA and they decided to buy the vehicle back under the California Lemon Law. They reimbursed our client for his down payment, all payments made, his registration, paid off the loan minus a usage fee that the manufacturer is entitled to under the CA Lemon Law. They also paid the attorney fees.Our client was very happy with the results.
If you think you may be driving a lemon, please contact our Law Firm at 888-395-3666 for a free consultation and answers to your questions.