Archive for ‘Paint Defect’

Dodge Grand Caravan Sliding Doors Are Scraping Instead Of Sliding

December 21, 2012 By: LemonLaw Category: dodge, Paint Defect, sliding doors

We all work hard to keep our vehicles looking as nice as possible.  After all, we spend a significant amount of money to find a vehicle which is a smart fit for our families and our needs.  And there is nothing more annoying than seeing a paint chip or a swirl when you are trying… Read More

Suzuki Kizashi Paint Leads To Driver Complaints

May 10, 2012 By: LemonLaw Category: Paint Defect

Suzuki Kizashi owners are contacting the 1 800 LEMON LAW hotline with a number of paint complaints.  What starts out as simple paint chipping has led to paint stripping off the car in a spider web type pattern.  Suzuki has repainted many vehicles under the manufacturers warranty, however drivers have found the paint not to… Read More

Paint Problems Have Drivers Seeing Yellow

July 23, 2008 By: LemonLaw Category: Consumer Rights, Lemon Law, Magnuson Moss, Paint Defect

As the comments continue to pour in regarding our entry on paint defects with 2000-2005 Ford vehicles (54 so far, but who’s counting?), we thought now would be a good time to discuss when a paint problem can turn into a Lemon Law or Breach of Warranty claim.  We frequently receive calls from distressed drivers who are quite… Read More

More problems for Ford-Paint Defects in 2000-2005 models

December 11, 2006 By: LemonLaw Category: Ford, Paint Defect

Ford Service Bulletin Shows Paint Defect On Many 2000-2005 Models Ford has issued a Technical Service Bulletin that shows a major paint defect in many large 2000-05 Ford, Lincoln and Mercury cars, trucks and SUVs that used aluminum body parts (hoods and fenders) to reduce vehicle weight. Affected models are the 2000-04 Crown Victoria, Taurus,… Read More