Chrysler 200 Stalling Problem — Lemon Law Defect Alert
Is your Chrysler 200 stalling? You are not alone. We are seeing many issues regarding Chrysler 200 vehicles stalling on highways and carcomplaints.com 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.