Examples of Lemon Law Defects

Examples Of Lemon Law Vehicle Defects – Engine, Electrical, Transmission, Brakes & Acceleration

Engine Defects

Some of the most common engine defects include the following:

  • Engine failures
  • Hesitation conditions
  • Stalling conditions
  • No-start conditions
  • Engine oil leaks
  • Illumination of the check engine light

Electrical Defects

Electrical defects often impair the use, value or safety of your vehicle. Some common defects include the following:

  • Failure of power locks
  • Failure of the radio
  • Difficulty starting
  • Failure of alternator
  • Failure of lights, etc.

Transmission Defects

The following transmission problems could qualify as a substantial impairment to your car:

  • Transmission failures
  • Transmission shuddering conditions
  • Grinding noises coming from the transmission
  • Transmission shifting problems
  • Transmission fluid leaks

Brakes & Acceleration

If your brake or accelerator pedals are defective in one of the following ways, this substantially impairs your car and thus is grounds to be considered a lemon:

  • Pulsation upon braking
  • Steering wheel vibrations
  • Difficulty stopping
  • Squealing noises
  • Grinding noises

Any defect in your vehicle that substantially impairs the use, value, or safety could provide grounds for it being labeled a lemon. Contact our lemon law lawyers so we can help you fight for the compensation that you deserve.

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