General Motors Lemon Law Information
General Motors, also known as GM, is an American multi-national company that has played a substantial role in the global auto industry for over 100 years. General Motors, which is headquartered in Detroit, Michigan, is one of the top manufacturers and distributors of vehicles and vehicles parts across the globe. General Motors houses many brands including but not limited to GMC, Cadillac, Buick, and Chevrolet. General Motors was founded over 100 years ago in 1908 and was the world’s largest automobile manufacturer between 1931 and 2007.
General Motors Lemon Law Tips
If you find yourself repeatedly repairing your GM lemon, there are a few pointers and tips that you should be mindful of. First, take your vehicle into an authorized General Motors repair facility. Second, make sure that the dealership accurately reports your complaints on a repair invoice. Third, maintain copies of all repair invoices and other records related to your vehicle. Fourth, contact the attorneys of the Lemon Law Experts who may explain your rights and provide you with the representation that you need to have a successful lemon law claim.
Common Defects with GM Vehicles
GM may have been established over 100 years ago, but the auto manufacturing process isn’t perfect; there are still kinks in the system and lemons still wind up in consumers’ possession. Our firm handles all types of Lemon Law cases, including those involving defective GM vehicles. Some of the common issues that GM owners have complained about include the following.
- Water leaks in the sunroof that lead to oozing mold
- Sputtering and stalling
- Oil or diesel leaks
- Smoking engines
- Vibration under heavy load
- Check engine light that comes on for no reason
- Fuel pumps, spark plugs and water pumps that have to be repeatedly replaced
- Hesitation upon acceleration
- Lag upon acceleration
- Loss of power
- And more
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The Lemon Law Experts are Here to Help
Did you know that over 150,000 vehicles sold each year are lemons? Having a lemon is more common than you think. Do not worry a you are not alone. The attorneys of the Lemon Law Experts are here to advocate your rights and get you the compensation that you deserve. If your vehicle is a lemon, you will be entitled to a refund, payoff of your loan and the payment of your reasonable attorney fees and costs.