Transmission Problems Abound for Nissan, Jeep, and Ford
As the years change, and the seasons switch over, there is still one common constant–transmission problems with numerous vehicles. Most notably, we continue to get calls on the 1 800 LEMON LAW hotline almost every day regarding the Nissan Pathfinder, the Jeep Cherokee and Grand Cherokee, and of course the Ford Focus and Fiesta.
Many drivers are so used to the surging, shuddering, jumping, and lunging that they have stopped taking their cars in for service. This is a huge mistake. In order to illustrate the car has problems which impair it’s use, value, and safety, distressed drivers must continue to bring the matter to an authorized manufacturers dealership. Even if the service adviser says there is no fix, make sure you retrieve an invoice after every visit which outlines date, mileage, and concern. As we previously worte in our last blog post, these invoices are essential to the success of a Lemon Law or Breach of Warranty claim.
If you are unhappy with the service you are receiving at one dealership, take the car to another authorized manufacturers dealer. You are certainly allowed to do this under any original, extended or powertrain manufacturers warranty. If the adviser tells you he cannot duplicate the transmission problem, offer to take him on a test drive and show him when and how you are experiencing the issue. The more information you provide, the more likely they will perform a repair. And if they say a part is back order, make sure you get that in writing and continue to follow up with them until the part is in stock.
If you are continuously suffering with transmission problems, you are not stranded in terms of help. Contact a Lemon Law Lawyer in your state and have them review your service records to determine if you are entitled to remedy under State or Federal Law. You may be surprised at how quickly you can get out of your Lemon using the laws on your side.
September 29th, 2015 at 7:34 pm
That 9 speed transmission was a nightmare…So thankful to have these attorneys take care of my 2014 Jeep Cherokee lemon. I was able to get a complete buyback. It was very frustrating to keep taking it back to the dealer and hear them say the problem couldn’t be duplicated. It takes time, but is so worth it in the end. Don’t stay stuck with something that isn’t your fault. Get rid of it while you can. You can’t just trade it in because everyone knows they have problems and won’t give you anything for a trade. One of the greatest things is you don’t pay the attorneys anything out of your pocket. They get paid from the manufacturer when you settle. Thank you Mr. Silverman and team for all of your dedication!
September 30th, 2015 at 4:32 pm
@Kathi: Our pleasure!
February 11th, 2016 at 8:46 pm
Is there any class action lawsuits against 2011 KIA Sorento’ s for the shifters?
March 29th, 2016 at 1:25 pm
Are there any class action suits/ issues with Acura TL transmission?