Our client purchased their brand new 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee in March of that year. They never once thought that they would end up bringing the new car into the repair shop just weeks after purchase when the brake check light came on. The service provider completed several repairs on the Jeep and then sent our client home. They never guessed that they would end up at the repair shop again one month later for the same brake light issue

On its second repair visit, the 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee spent 67 days out of service due to extensive repairs. The technician found no damage to the brake system control module, however, they noted that it was not active and decided to replace it along with other repairs and inspections. This client was incredibly frustrated that they were unable to use their vehicle for nearly two months.

Under California lemon law, if your car spends over 30 calendar days out of service, it is presumably a lemon. Our client was left with no choice but to explore their legal options. They decided to reach out to the Lemon Law Experts and pursue an individual lemon law claim.

The Lemon Law Experts obtained excellent results in this case after fighting vigorously against Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA). In exchange for the 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee lemon, the automaker consented to repay the client for all expenses incurred with the lemon vehicle. With our help, this client was able to submit a successful lemon law case against the manufacturer and obtain rightful compensation. Like this client, your case may also result in a positive outcome if you work with any of our experts. If you believe you may have a lemon vehicle, reach out to the Lemon Law Experts today to determine if you are eligible for compensation, a new car, or a refund under the lemon law.