Chrysler Group LLC has issued a recall for a transmission problem associated with the 2012-2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee.  Chrysler recently modified the transmission causing people to complain about issues with their standard transmission that affects the drivability of the vehicle.  There have also been complaints from Jeep Grand Cherokee owners about the vehicle’s anti-lock braking system.  Chrysler investigated and found that brake fluid was limited causing drivers to notice the brake flaw.   If you have a Jeep Grand Cherokee and have had your car repaired for either recall issue you may have been told that these problems are normal.  However, you may want to think twice about that advice and begin to document all your issues with the vehicle in the case of similar problems in the future.

The Lemon Law Experts of Consumer Law Experts recommend that Jeep Grand Cherokee notify authorized Chrysler dealerships about these problems with their cars and keep all recall and repair related documentation including letters and receipts/invoices. Even if you feel the problem is temporary or sporadic, make sure to keep all documentation for the problems experienced with your car.  Always let the service advisor know about the issue you are dealing with and be as specific as possible.  All the information needs to be reflected on your repair receipts so make sure that your service report invoice includes all the information about your complaint and the actions taken to address the issue.

If you own a Jeep Grand Cherokee and you have a transmission defect that has been recalled or any other problem that has been a recurring issue, you may want to consult with a Lemon Law attorney.  The Lemon Law Experts of Consumer Law Experts have many years of experience handling thousands of Lemon Law cases and recalls. For a free case consultation or for more information call 1-877-885-5366 today.