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RAM eTorque Recall 2023: Can you file a lawsuit?
Ram has announced a recall for all 131,700 of its 2021 Ram 1500 trucks equipped with 5.7-liter V8 eTorque mild hybrid engines due to a serious issue that may cause the vehicles to stall unexpectedly while driving, potentially resulting in crashes. The root cause of the problem has been traced to defective engine software, which … Continued
Acura & Honda Fuel Pump Recall: Can You File a Lawsuit in 2023?
Honda and Acura have issued a recall for more than 700,000 vehicles due to a defective fuel pump that poses a risk to both occupants and other drivers on the road. Although modern cars have intricate systems that employ advanced technology, the fuel pump remains a vital component responsible for transferring fuel from the tank … Continued
Jeep Death Wobble 2023 Update
If you are an all-terrain enthusiast or like to get out on the open road in your Jeep, you may be familiar with the dreaded Jeep death wobble. The wobble often terrifies even the most experienced Jeep owners. The Jeep death wobble is an unnerving suspension defect or forced loss of control in some Jeep … Continued
Audi & VW Water Pump Settlement Update 2023
Volkswagen Group of America agreed to a class action settlement related to faulty water pumps in certain Volkswagen and Audi vehicles. The settlement aimed to resolve claims made by vehicle owners and lessees that the affected vehicles were equipped with defective water pumps, which would cause the engines of affected vehicles to suddenly fail. This … Continued
2023 Nissan Rogue Recall over Ignition Key Fob
Nissan has announced a recall of nearly 1 million vehicles, including 2014-2020 Nissan Rogues and 2017-2022 Rogue Sport crossovers, due to a dangerous ignition key issue. The issue revolves around the design of the jackknife-style keys that can unexpectedly collapse while driving, causing the engine to shut off, thereby putting the driver and passengers at … Continued
Kia and Hyundai Thefts: Can you file a lemon law claim?
If you own a 2012-2021 Kia or 2015-2021 Hyundai, you may have trouble insuring your vehicle thanks to a group of teens known online as the “Kia Boyz” who have identified security loopholes in certain Kia and Hyundai vehicles. Without an engine immobilizer, these cars could be started without a key, leading to a surge … Continued
2023 RAM Recall for Cummins Grid Heater: Can it Be Fixed?
Last month, Stellantis, parent company of Ram, unveiled a new recall initiative in the U.S. involving 306,165 Ram heavy-duty trucks manufactured between 2021 and 2023. The Cummins recall encompasses a range of models, from the 2500 HD pickups to the 5500 HD chassis cab and is prompted by a potential issue with the intake heater … Continued
Polaris Stop Ride Notice – Recall Update 2022-2023
Many Polaris consumers are receiving a Stop Ride Notice regarding their Polaris vehicles. Polaris has notified certain owners that their vehicles are susceptible to substantial safety defects under certain operating conditions and as a result should not be operated until the affected vehicles are fixed. The affected vehicles are susceptible to the brake system overheating which … Continued
Ford Oil Leak Recall Update 2023: Is There a Lawsuit?
Ford Motor Company is currently facing a class-action lawsuit from three customers who claim that the fuel injector recall will not fix 2020-2023 Ford Escapes and 2021-2023 Ford Bronco Sports equipped with 1.5L engines. The recall was issued due to cracked ford fuel injectors, which can cause fuel leaks and pose a fire risk. Ford … Continued
Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid Recall 2022-2023
The Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid has been the subject of several significant recalls in recent years. Earlier this year in January 2023, Chrysler announced a recall of more than 67,000 Pacifica Hybrid minivans spanning model years 2017 to 2023 due to a potential safety hazard. The issue arises from an internal transmission wiring connector that may … Continued