Owners of 230,000 2011 Dodge Durango and Jeep Grand Cherokee SUVs are being alerted to a new recall this week by Chrysler due to faulty fuel pumps that could leave drivers dangerously stranded.
It appears the engines of these vehicles have been stalling and leaving drivers stranded as they are not always able to be restarted.
The car manufacturer began to notice a pattern in car repairs among owners of the vehicles and were able to target the problem and make the recall. The issue is a result of faulty electronic circuits that also regulate the vehicle’s airbags and other functions.
“There can be deadly consequences if a safety defect is not repaired in a timely manner,” said Attorney James Johnson, a California Lemon Law Attorney. “The owners of these vehicles should seek immediate repair, but if the safety issue persists or there are repeated issues with a car it’s best to speak to an experienced Lemon Law Attorney about the options available to you.”
Chrysler is on the hook to fix some 189,000 of these SUVs in the US, 16,000 in Canada, 7,000 in Mexico and some 19,000 throughout the world.
The experienced and professional Lemon Law Attorneys at Johnson Attorneys Group are here to help protect your rights under California Lemon Laws. We offer a free consultation and all attorney fees are paid by the manufacturer. Call us today at 800-235-6801.
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