Chrysler 200 Stalling Problem — Lemon Law Defect Alert

October 25, 2012
By: LemonLaw

Is your Chrysler 200 stalling?  You are not alone.  We are seeing many issues regarding Chrysler 200 vehicles stalling on highways and has listed the 2011 Chrysler 200 engine problem as “pretty bad.”

Chrysler 200 drivers on the website complain of the engine shutting down with no notice, along with the check engine light coming on, and the electrical system (navigation system and radio) shutting down.  People are having to literally put their car in park and restart their ignition in the middle of the road to get the car moving again.  And what’s even more upsetting is that Chrysler service advisers are not always able to locate and diagnose the problem being that it is intermittent.

If you suspect that your Chrysler 200 is losing power, or your car is shutting down, it is essential that you get your vehicle to a Chrysler authorized dealer as soon as possible to have the matter addressed.  Be as specific as possible in terms of when the car stalled and how fast you were going.  Tell the adviser how you were able to restart the car  and whether you experienced a loss of power following the restart or if the car was riding differently.  And make sure that you ALWAYS receive a repair invoice when picking up the car which illustrates the date in, date out, mileage, the complaint and the fix.

If your Chrysler 200 stalling problem continues, you need to speak with a Lemon Law lawyer about your rights.  The Lemon Laws in certain states, including New Jersey and Ohio, only give manufacturers one chance to fix a problem which could cause death or serious bodily harm.  We have successfully resolved Lemon Law claims based on this one-time rule.

This is a not a problem that should be taken lightly.  If you have any questions regarding your Chrysler 200 stalling, feel free to call us at 1 -800 LEMON LAW. We will be glad to discuss your situation with you and put you in touch with someone who can help.

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61 Responses to “Chrysler 200 Stalling Problem — Lemon Law Defect Alert”

  1. #1 latisha reoyo says:

    Hi my chryler 200 has stalled out on me numerous times. As soon as the dealership said they fixed it I continuosly have the same problem and the dealership can not figure out what exactly is wrong with it every time I take it up there for stalling they tell me its a different problem. I have a 2012 chryler 200 49000 out of warranty I bought the car in Florida but I am active duty Army now stationed in Texas

    • #2 Mike Corbin says:

      My 2011 Chrysler 200 started having stalling issues right after I purchased the lifetime extended warranty at 46,000 miles. First off, the Chrysler dealership replaced the fuel tank stating that over filling was causing the issue. The next week, the car stalled again, with the check engine light on. They checked and it was a misfire diagnosis, but they could not replicate the issue. The car just stalled again today, and was lurching forward so bad that I had to pull out of traffic; the check engine light was blinking, and the chime was ringing, and of course both went away as I drove it to the dealership for the third time in as many months.

      • #3 LemonLaw says:

        @Mike: You may have a claim under the Federal law. Visit to find a firm that can help you in your state.

        • #4 sonu singh says:

          I have the same problem bought it in 2014 engine is stalling shuts down the middle of the highway
          Went in 4 times dealer not helping bought it from ny dealer how do I move fwd about lemon law….

          • #5 LemonLaw says:

            @Sonu: Visit to find a firm in your area.

            • #6 Mike Brenner says:

              2013 Chrysler 200. 17000 miles. Stalled (completely died) twice Sunday night. Dealer can’t find cause. I feel it is unsafe to drive even if dealer says it is fixed. Wife commutes thru heavy traffic in Minneapolis area

              • #7 Steven Carlson says:

                I have a 2012 Chrysler 200 s series just under 43k miles.I was driving it down the road and it stalled in an intersection. Thank god there wasn’t a accident.Chrysler needs to take control of this situation before they have a major lawsuit on their hands.My wife is 5 months pregnant and it stalled on her going down the road when raining and no accident then either. If she gets into an accident and gets hurt while pregnant Chrysler is going to have a big problem!!!!!!

                • #8 Tony Caso says:

                  I have a 2013 Chrysler 200 and today it stalled when I was making a right turn. But it seems to almost stall when coming to stops lately. Also sometimes get clunks when shifting gears.

                  • #9 Tony Caso says:

                    Paid the dealer said my 200 was fixed and today stalled again while I was in traffic, this is getting agrivating

                    • #10 Tyler Auston says:

                      Hi! purchased a 2013 Chrysler in Dec of 2012. everything was all fine and dandy until it stalled on me for the first time in July 2016 (driving past intersection, tachometer went to 0, brakes locked, steering wheel locked), towed the car home that night. I was leaving to Vegas the following weekend so I took my car in and no codes showed up so they sent me home. months later, in September, my car stalled on a Sunday, same situation, and I took the car in the next day. they had my car the whole week and a half and fixed a cylinder in my engine and an almost blown head gasket. that following sunday my car stalls again while parked this time. I couldn’t start it but I had droven it 15 minutes prior. Tuesday I took it to the shop and no codes appeared so they sent me home, again. the following Friday, my car stalls in the middle of the freeway, I get it towed and now my car is in the shop for I don’t know how long! im currently looking at Hondas.

                      • #11 ronald mini says:


                        • #12 Chequita johnson-freeman says:

                          Yes my 200 since to be stalling when waiting at the light.

                          • #13 Tim Castaneda Sr. says:

                            I have a 2012 chrysler 200 its been running good for the last few years and well i was coming from a appointment this afternoon ran fine till i got home i went in for about a half hour,and we had to pick my grandson up from school and we started the car and drove about a thousand feet from the house, the car just shut off witbout warning thinking its the fuel pump , but now i’m concerned about it stalling out like it did. Does anyone know what causes that to happen. Lucky I have my buick we used that to go and get my grandson, man i sure hope it is’nt to expensive to fix, I have holes in my pockets and afraid won’ t be able to fix it. Thank you for reading this message. Cordially Tim Castaneda Sr.

                            • #14 yvette says:

                              my 2016 Chrysler 200 has been shutting off and I have been able to restart it until today, it won’t turn back on. I had it towed to a dealership and they say my warranty won’t cover it because I have 62000 miles, and warranty expires at 60000 miles. the thing is I had the same problem last year and I took it to the dealership before my warranty was up and i thought it was fixed but it started happening again this week and now it just won’t turn on. I don’t know what to do

                              • State: ca
                            • #15 Sunshine C says:

                              My 2016 Chrysler 200 has 3800 miles I purchased it in April 2017 new from the dealership. It keeps stalling on me when I come to a stop. On my way to take it in this morning it happened 3 times. The dealership is saying they can’t find anything wrong.

                              • State: Ca
                            • #16 Mia Mitchell says:

                              I have a 2012 Chrysler 200, my car has stalled several times in the last two days. This had happened a few years ago and i took it to the dealer, in which they said they had to do some type of patch on it. Well it is doing it once again and is very dangerous for my son to drive.

                              • State: CA
                            • #17 Kiyvvonneya Johnson says:

                              Hi I have a Chrysler 200 2016 I have had it for about 7 months. It started cutting off on me at 6 months it only have 52,000 miles on it. I have taken it to the dealership and the place I’m buying it from. They say the fix the problem but my car is cutting off when it wants to. What can I do?

                              • State: TN
                            • #18 Rafraf barrak says:

                              I had an accident in my Chrysler 200 2015 in December 2017 and the Insurance said it was fixable even though we all thought it was not. Eventually, after receiving the vehicle back it has been stalling and shutting off in the middle of the road which I think is life threatening. I took it back to the repair shop 5-6 times so far and just got a message from the repair shop saying since they can’t locate the problem I will have to figure it out with the insurance company. It’s dragging on and I can’t risk my life on the road when it’s the only car I have. Please assist.

                              • State: FL
                            • #19 freeman says:

                              2011 Chrysler 200 limited- car randomly shuts off no check engine light when I turn the key to the off position and try to turn it back on it reads “check TPM system”( Tire Pressure Monitoring) told the dealer 3 times and they say that shouldn’t be a reason why the car shuts off anyone else have the same issue

                              • State: nj
                            • #20 Klinefelter says:

                              I have a 2011 Chrysler 200 and it’s been shutting off on me with no warning! I think this is very dangerous! It’s my only transportation to get my grandson to school and myself to work! I don’t have money to even attempt to see what’s even wrong with it! I don’t know what to do!
                              What can I do about this!? Does anyone know if Chrysler will pay to get you out of your car and into a new one? I think it would be alot cheaper than being sued if the car shuts off and causes a bad accident!
                              Someone help please!!

                              • State: TX
                            • #21 Anel says:

                              My sister has the Chrysler 200 and it shuts off while driving which leaves the steering wheel stiff and hard to turn. It happens maybe 2,3 times a week. The dealership told her it’s an oil change reminder. I’m not an idiot nor some kind of mechanic why would a manufacturer set the vehicle to turn off at all. She still has 25% oil life left as we speak. This is unacceptable and it puts her life in danger. I will speak to the dealership and contact Chrysler directly and get this issue resolved. If not I will file legal action. They know about the problem and do not accept responsibility.

                              • State: Wa
                            • #22 Thomas Garland says:

                              My best friend owns a 2015 Chrysler 200. It has 76000 miles on it, in the last three days it’s shut off on its own while driving three different times. Multiple tows and trips to the mechanic has come to no solution to the problem, nobody can find out why it happens. It’s really getting expensive and just frightening for her and I wanted to see if there’s anything that can be done. She’s terrified to drive the car she spent so much money on and it just doesn’t seem right that Chrysler won’t do anything about it. Anything we can do?

                              • State: New Hampshire
                            • #23 Maggie says:

                              Issue started a month ago and is still not fixed. Cleaned throttle body, and when that didn’t resolve the issue they replaced throttle body. Car still stalls at random times, both while moving and waiting at lights. Almost been in several accidents. All loss of power steering and control of the car. Last week the engine started shaking as soon as I turned the car on. I tried to restart the car, it would not start, and instead rolled backwards into the street. Luckily there was enough room for cars to go around me. Eventually I was able to start the car long enough to get it out of the street.

                              • State: OH
                            • #24 Shauntelle S Henderson says:

                              My car is a 2011 and I have been having loss of power issues I can drive the cat come out the next day it won’t start my battery as been replaced 3 times in about 2 years per dealership recommendation I take the car in and they repeatedly tell me buy a battety…. Now here it is winter and I have jumped my car ever day for two weeks I’m so frustrated with this car this is a massive problem and Chrysler should be made to deal with it

                              • State: IL
                            • #25 Daryl says:

                              I have a 2015 Chrysler 200 which I bought about a year ago. Just about a week ago my car stalled going to the store I thought it did because it was really cold that morning. I went start up and it made a weird noise but it started.i went to store and back home.i have driven a couple times until last more it stalled 3 times! I was glad I was just on a regular 25 mph side street. I read the next day about all the recalls.i called Chrysler corp. They said I wasn’t under the recall but judging by all the symptoms of all the other cars I read about it seems it has the same problem..and when it stalled no warning lights, engine lights or any lights on dashboard to possibly tell me what’s going on..and Chrysler didn’t really try to help me besides telling me to take to dealer ( which I have too, and they will charge 105$ an hour to find the problem..i seriously believe its the same as the others because of the same circumstances…what should I do..cant really afford to fix

                              • State: Pennsylvania
                            • #26 LemonLaw says:

                              @Daryl: How many miles are on the vehicle? Did you check to make sure you are not still under your FCA powertrain warranty?

                              • #27 Connie Coons says:

                                My grandson six month old and daughter going down freeway car just died on her think its time to do a class action before a omeone is killed

                                • State: CA
                              • #28 Shannan says:

                                I have had my Chrysler 200 2016 for almost three years. Every since I got the vehicle the car has been jerking feeling like transmissions issues. The car cuts off while driving in traffic. I was coming from New York and the car shut off while going into he tunnel. I have taken the car back multiple times and there is never a solution. I took it to the dealership on 2/13/2019 and they told me I needed an oil change even though not lights on indicators came on stated I did and I still had 35% oil life left. I let them change the oil and then the car cut off two days later. I took it back now they are saying they updated the transmission one day later but stated there were no updates both times I dropped the car off.

                                • State: NJ
                              • #29 LemonLaw says:

                                @Shannan: Please call 800 536 6652 to discuss your rights.

                                • #30 Andrea Wilson says:

                                  Reading all these responses, has definitely helped me to see their is something wrong with the Chrysler 200. I bought my car, a brand new 2016 Chrysler 200 in Dec 2015. It has stalled on me several times, with a little over 53,000 miles. I have taken it to 3 different dealerships and have updates done, a new battery and it continues to happen. At this point I dont know what to do, Im not done paying for the car.

                                  • State: GA
                                • #31 DENNIS e RICHARDSON says:

                                  2011 chrysler 200 v/6 stalles

                                  • State: FL
                                • #32 Terry Costa says:

                                  Today my wife was driving our 2014 Chrysler 200 with about 48k miles and she said it just died at the stop light which made her panic because she’s babysitting our grandson who is in the car and people are honking there horns she put it in park and tried to start nothing happened she put it back in drive and back to park then it started she called me from work and I had her wait at store so I could follow her home. Did some research as to why it just stalled and read all the other stories. Why isn’t Chrysler addressing this issue are they waiting for someone to die. There needs to be a recall.

                                  • State: HI
                                • #33 Dena Puerta says:

                                  This pass Sunday on Easter we were driving to visit my mother in law and all of a sudden the car stalls while were on the highway entering San Antonio tx. No warning lights nothing just stalled and swerved to avoid getting hit by a semitrailer. I had my 2 yr old lil girl.. I called the dealership that i got it from and still paying on.. said they haven’t gotten any notifications about any of there cars having any problems.. what can I do I need help please.

                                  • State: TX
                                • #34 Alee says:

                                  Mine just conpletely shut off on me tonight while i was about to park at my apartment complex.. Im worried I will pray about it and call dealership tomorrow am

                                  • State: TX
                                • #35 Tilda Gordon says:

                                  It does not get better with age. I have had the same problem in 1 day. This is a serious safety issue and I know Chrysler knows about it. It is not fair. It is not safe and we need to do something about it.

                                  • State: TX
                                • #36 Darren says:

                                  I’ve had my 2016 200 for just about 3 years. The car started stalling last year. I’ve taken the car to the dealership multiple times with no solution. Tonight was the last straw my car cut off while on the highway causing me to crash into the concrete median. Something needs to be done!!!! I could’ve lost my life if the highway was busy.

                                  • State: MO
                                • #37 Gabrielle A. Harrison says:

                                  In January 4, 2019, I purchased my 2013 Chrysler 200. I have only had it for just about 6 months. I brought it used with 175,000 miles, the dealer assured me it was in good working condition and it passed inspection. It has 181,000 miles at present. After 30 days I replaced my radiator hose and it broke apart. I have also changed 3 thermosats. My brake lights would not cut off. Within the same 24 hours my car overheated after changing the hose and thermostats. Then after about 1 week, the car overheated again. We got everything checked and nothing was wrong. Now the car will not start until I let it sit for about approximately 20-30 min. or longer in some cases. The starter was checked and it was good, we decided to change the battery. After changing the battery, I am still having problems with my car not starting. It is my primary means of transportation to work. When I having driven for about 15 minutes to my destination, when I get back into the car after about 20 min. it will not start. My coolant sounds like it is boiling when I stop. The dealer will not help me and I am still paying on a car that I can not drive safely. No one seems to know what the problem is. I am having to use Uber because I am afraid it will stop in heavy traffic. Please help.

                                  • State: NC
                                • #38 Jillanna says:

                                  Our 2017 Chrysler 200 stalled as I was coming to a stop at a light. Frightening, but now I worry about it stalling while on the freeway, which I’m on every day several times! I was able to start it again, but it stalled a 2nd time right after that (at another red light). Of course when I took it to a shop, they found nothing. There was no warning. It is my family’s only car and my husband and I both rely on it to get to work, so we are just taking the risk every day. Still paying on it, too.

                                  • State: GA
                                • #39 Kevin says:

                                  On 07/19/19 my 2015 Chrysler 200 c stalled when the vehicle is either idling or in motion. This issue occurs when I exit the gas station. I’ve experience this issue for the past two months and relied on this vehicle for my daily routine. I have called chrysler customer service several times and even visit the mechanic shop several times . They are unable to correct the issue . I need your help please!!!!

                                  • State: NY
                                • #40 Judith A says:

                                  2013 Chrysler 200, 90k, intermittent surging then turning corner, engine dies, p/s p/b are gone, barely get to side of road. New throttle body 2 months ago. No system warning light.

                                  • State: Ohio
                                • #41 Amanda Pucci says:

                                  2015 200 55k miles. Engine turned off while going over 60 mph on the highway yesterday morning. Luckily the big truck behind me who couldn’t stop fast enough ran himself off the road onto the shoulder just nearly smashing me to smithereens. No dash lights. Just a message stating to “shift to park to start car” oil had just been changed too. DEATH MACHINE

                                  • State: PA
                                • #42 Ronza Hankinson says:

                                  I have a 2016 Chrysler 200 that I’ Had for almost 2 years. A few months ago it started to cut off with no warning. I had it checked several times and they couldn’t find a problem. The car wasn’t giving any codes. Well It is still shutting down. The dealership said I needed a oil change. That’s crazy. I’m afraid to drive it. Would someone please give me some information on what I can do. I still have a car note.

                                  • State: NC
                                • #43 Gina H says:

                                  I purchased a 2013 Chrysler 200 two and a half months ago. I test drive the car before purchase and drive it the hour ride home. I drove it to work twice before the engine stalled on me for the 1st time. It has stalled several times in traffic. Had the fuel pump replaced, and drove it around near my home before getting back on the highway in it. As soon as I attempted to drive it a distance on the highway, the engine stalled while I was driving 60 mph. The check engine came on and there was a clicking sound under the hood as I attempted to restart the car. My aunt had to give me a jumpstart. The checvk engine light went off, and it began to drive as normal. It has to be against the law for this to be ok. It’s dangerous and unpredictable!

                                  • State: MS
                                • #44 Jeanne P. Femino says:

                                  I have a 2011 200 series, shuts down while driving if I adjust or turn off the heat or defroster. This has happened driving on the highway and parking. I’ll park the car, so it’s now a low idle – just stalls out !!!
                                  Been to the dealer, they’ve done a computer update but with no change. This car is so dangerous and unreliable now!

                                  • State: Ma
                                • #45 Jeanne says:

                                  I have a 2011 200 series, shuts down while driving if I adjust or turn off the heat or defroster. This has happened driving on the highway and parking. I’ll park the car, so it’s now a low idle – just stalls out !!!
                                  Been to the dealer, they’ve done a computer update but with no change. This car is so dangerous and unreliable now!

                                  • State: Ma
                                • #46 Kitty says:

                                  I have a 2013 200LTD when coming to a stop it shuts down. This makes me very nervous afraid I will get rear ended.

                                  • State: Pennsylvania
                                • #47 david cordill says:

                                  WHEN I CALLED THEM OF COARSE THEY ARE NOT AWHERE
                                  OF THIS PROBLEM ,HMMMMM!
                                  THERE MIGHT BE” -OH NO HERE WE GO $$$$$
                                  WE WILL SEE -GOOD LUCK EVERYONE !!!

                                  • State: IN
                                • #48 Leandra Clifford says:

                                  I have a 2012 Chrysler 200 it started to stall a couple of months ago sometimes I was stranded on an interstate and had to get it towed. I was told by the mechanic that I had to take it to the dealership, so I did. They fixed my recalls, and it worked until a couple of days ago. Now it stalls all the time, and now I it doesn’t warn me that it is about to stall. There are no engine lights or codes popping up on the dash.

                                  • State: Indiana
                                • #49 Chance says:

                                  I have a 2015 200 and mine just started doing this in the last few months. It always happens on a cold start like the first one of the day or after the car has been sitting for awhile. I would say this has happened pretty much every other day. I have to put the car in break and restart it. It happened to me today in the middle of a busy intersection her in Key West and I had to try twice to get it to start. This is a pretty serious issue that Chrysler seems to just smirk at. It’s sad cause this car has been outstanding for me up until this happens and it’s a very dangerous issue to have like I said my car stalled in the middle of a 4 lane intersection in the city.

                                  • State: FL
                                • #50 Dorie Hall says:

                                  I WAS DRIVING 70 miles on highway and gas peddle just stopped working pulled over restarted car and made it home, and if I could not have been able to pull to SIDE of road I would have been hit and maybe killed had oil changed and battery checked go next week to dealership to see what they say. The dealership I bought car from went out of business.
                                  Car also going 20 miles totalled stopped and told me to step on brake and put in drive this happened before 70 mile issue. I still owe a lot of money on this car what can I do? Scarred to drive car.

                                  • State: Michigan
                                • #51 John says:

                                  Having same problem 2012 Chrysler 200 stalling while driving very serious can cause bad accident or get someone killed. My daughter drives this car happens a lot on highway about 60 to 70 mile in hour. Chrysler needs to fix this problem ASAP

                                  • State: Il
                                • #52 Nisha says:

                                  Only had my 2016 Chrysler 200 for a year 41k miles and it suddenly shut down without any warning, dash lights or anything. This is extremely dangerous I no longer feel safe driving this car at all

                                  • State: TN
                                • #53 Lexus Ramsey says:

                                  2012 Chrysler 200 6cylinder 139,000 …Stalled while it was raining really bad coming off the interstate, good thing I had a pull over lane to coast to or it would of been a major accident no doubt locked steering/no brakes… if I wait 15/20 minutes it will crank back up like nothing happened. Had it diagnosed from everyone but Chrysler, miss firing from coil pack 5 (fixed that) bad battery (fixed that) even put a new fuel pump… my problem got worse, now it won’t crank up at all.

                                  • State: FL
                                • #54 Amy Ashmore says:

                                  I bought my 2012 Chrysler 200 in December of 2020, two days after purchase, it started stalling on the highway without any warning or no dash board lights. After about 10 minutes or so it would crank back up with no problems like nothing ever happened, and after seeing all theses reviews I also see that I’m not alone. I’m scared to drive it to the dealership because I might cause an accident in it so I will have it towed to the dealership and plus now I hate I bought the car and would not recommend anyone else to purchase a Chrysler 200 touring.

                                  • State: Ga
                                • #55 Andrew J Chivers says:

                                  Bought a 2012 200s just two weeks ago. No issues until yesterday. Driving in between job sites I was accelerating and the car shut off. I was stuck on a hill could not put it into neutral to push it off. Major traffic. I couldn’t even get out of the car for about ten minutes it was horrifying the dealership won’t take it back cause the seven day return issue has passed. It has a warranty but that’s going to take alot of time to do and I only have one car. Regret trading in my other car. Im stuck with this for 3 years. Im pretty much screwed.

                                  • State: WA
                                • #56 reginald talley says:

                                  i have a 2012 chrysler 200 that was purchased in 2014.i just started having the stalling issues about a month ago.I to was told that the vehicle would shut down if the oil was low to keep motor from seizing up.had oil change couple of weeks later same issue

                                  • State: Georgia
                                • #57 Jesse Hall says:

                                  My grandson owns a 2012 chrysler 194k vehicle has the same shutdown issue .2nd engine in vehicle .we have purchased two batteries after vehicle keeps shuttin down in traffic .Diagnostics result is damaged battery were told yesterday to bring battery back to auto store for replacement .Any clue why this keeps occurring appears to be electrical .Also if this is ongoing problem why isn’t Chrysler still liable .Seems like political intervention is required .A nine year lemon should not be allowed on our streets and highways . Any idea who one can speak to or communicate with .Dangerous and life threatening why should chrysler benefit for jeopardizing lives and reaping wealth with the aid of existing laws .Buyback these vehicles or issue newer vehicles from the many railyards of unsold vehicles .A life is a life .Meanwhile Chrysler disallowed to produce defective vehicles 7 years this car was built and nothing can be done ??

                                  • State: Pennsylvania
                                • #58 Cathy says:

                                  My daughter purchased a 2012 crystler 200 for a dealer in 2019. We did not know about this lemon law for this car. The car started cutting off so the motor was replaced and it is still doing the same thing. How is a car lot able to carry these care on the lot knowing it had this issue. She was almost hit twice in one day by big truckers. Is there anything at this point we can do?

                                  • State: Alabama
                                • #59 Adriana Castaneda says:

                                  My 2011 Cbrysler 200 has been turning off without warning at low speeds, just yesterday it turned off in the middle of the highway with no warning, this time it did not turn back on. I already replaced the engine 1 time in this car a year ago and now this engine locked up . Terrible car . Never will buy a 200 again

                                  • State: Michigan
                                • #60 Brad says:

                                  I have a 2012 Chrysler 200 128k miles which has been stalling out for the past 6 months. I’ve replaced sensors and have had several mechanics and dealership investigate with no solution. From digging around the internet it sounds like it may be an issue with the computer which will cost more then the car is worth to fix.

                                  • State: Arizona
                                • #61 Michael Henderson says:

                                  Brought this car 3 years ago and almost immediately started having problems tried to return judge would not Mae them give us back our down payment so we have a lemon that we have to continue to pay on and noone cares.

                                  • State: Alabama

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