Many years ago, we wrote about the stalling problem with the 2011 Chrysler 200, and believe it or not, we still receive an occasional call regarding the problem. However, a much larger issue has monopolized the phone lines as of late — 2015 Chrysler 200 transmission problems leaving drivers with check engine lights, harsh shifting, and the occasional loss of power.
2015 Chrysler 200 transmission problems stem from the new 9-speed automatic transmission that was designed for the vehicle. As in the case of many new features, there are a variety of transmission, electronic, and software glitches that are driving customers crazy. In addition, being that the transmission is relatively new, many 2015 Chrysler 200 drivers have to return to the dealer again and again for transmission service because it seems as though no fix is permanently resolving the transmission defect for good.
If the check engine light is coming up repeatedly on your dashboard, you feel your transmission is slipping, you are experiencing a loss of power, and/or your dealer is constantly updating or replacing your transmission control module (TCM), you may have a claim under State Lemon Laws or the Federal Magnuson Moss Warranty Act. Potential remedies could include a full repurchase, a brand new car, or even if the problem is eventually fixed, significant compensation to reflect the diminished value of the vehicle as a result of the transmission problem.
As a firm that has already successfully resolved numerous claims surrounding 2015 Chrysler 200 transmission problems, we cannot stress the importance of looking into your rights, creating a solid paper trail of invoices, and speaking with a Lemon Law Lawyer in your state regarding the matter. After all, these consumer laws give you the power even if the transmission is leaving your car powerless.