We are receiving a large number of calls to the 1-800 Lemon Law hotline pertaining to brake and rotors problems with Dodge Caravan, Dodge Grand Caravan and Chrysler Town and Country vehicles. While dealers sometimes say that brakes are normal wear and tear items, we are finding rotors and pads that need to be replaced every 5,000-10,000 miles, and that is certainly not the norm.
If you are experiencing grinding brakes, trouble stopping or your brake pedal pushes to the ground, continue going back to an authorized Dodge or Chrysler dealership to have the problem addressed. Make sure you hold on to every repair invoice. And if you are back in the shop repeated times, regardless of whether you are paying for the repairs, contact a Lemon Law attorney to discuss your rights under state and/or federal law. You could be entitled to free legal representation under the fee-shifting provisions of your state’s Lemon Law. You can find a list of Lemon Law attorneys throughout the country by clicking here.