Dodge Charger Looks Great, but Owners Complain Problems are Under the Hood

Dodge Charger problemsLooks aren’t everything, it’s what’s under the hood that really counts. Some Dodge Charger owners found out the hard way after they purchased their vehicle, drove it home and then back to the dealership multiple times to get it fixed. Sometimes the problem isn’t fixable.

One customer returned to the dealership after hearing a ticking sound in the engine, but they were told by the mechanics that it’s just that “Hemi sound.” Upon further inspection, it turns out the lifters and tappets needed replacement.

“When you have problems with your car, you are at a disadvantage when you deal with mechanics and auto manufacturers,” said Attorney James Johnson. “However, if you have an experienced lemon law attorney representing you, it levels the playing field.”

Indeed, the auto manufacturers would prefer to work directly with consumers and in most cases this means they will give you the brush off. They are required under California lemon laws to pay your attorney’s fees directly and the best part is it doesn’t come out of your settlement. You pay nothing and get an experienced lawyer to back up your lemon claim.

Some of the problems experienced by Dodge Charger owners involve the gear shift, water pump, alternator, timing belt, radiator and thermostat, electrical problems, stalling, ticking noises, battery issues, sunroof motors, airbag recalls and more.

Dodge Charger Recalls

Additionally, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles recalled 2005 to 2010 Dodge Chargers equipped with dangerous Takata airbags in May 2015. The faulty airbags are among millions recalled across many auto makers because they may explode causing injuries and even death.

Chrysler also issued a recall of more than 300,000 Dodge Chargers in August 2015 due to problems with its side airbag sensor and the seat belt pretensioner. The airbags may deploy if the doors are slammed too hard or kicked, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) said. The vehicles impacted by the recall were manufactured between May 6, 2010 and June 5, 2014.

A voluntary recall for 2011 to 2016 Dodge Chargers in February 2016 was made to supply wheel chocks for certain vehicles. These chocks are necessary when using a tire jack to change wheels

Help for Dodge Charger Owners — 800-235-6801

Just because you have a problem with your vehicle doesn’t mean it’s a lemon. Under California lemon laws and federal warranties, owners of vehicles who attempt to fix their car more than three times for the same problem or over an extended period of time, may be entitled to compensation if their vehicle is under the manufacturer’s warranty.

You don’t need to guess whether your vehicle qualifies because Johnson Attorneys Group provides a free no risk consultation at 800-235-6801.

If your vehicle qualifies, you could get a full refund, a new vehicle or get compensation and keep your vehicle.

There’s no need to worry about having to pay attorneys fees out of your compensation because those costs are paid by the auto manufacturer as required under California lemon laws. The only thing you could potentially lose is your clunker.







James Johnson ESQ

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