Jeep Compass Sun Roof Water Leak

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Many Chryslers have experienced water leak problems and a class action involving the Jeep Compass has been filed.  .  Two months after Plaintiff purchased a Chrysler Jeep Compass (“Compass vehicle” or the “vehicle”), water began leaking from the factory-installed sunroof when there was “a ‘hard’ rain.”  Plaintiff could not determine the source of the water leak and took the Compass vehicle to the Dover Chrysler dealership “where it was ‘water tested.'” (Id.) The test was covered by the Basic Limited Warranty that was sold with the vehicle, which resulted in Plaintiff paying nothing out-of-pocket for the test. (Id. ¶ 27.) The water leak was the result of the sunroof glass being out of adjustment in its frame. (Def.’s Resp. to Pl.’s CSUMF ¶ 24, ECF No. 61.) The misaligned sunroof glass was corrected by an adjustment, after which Plaintiff determined that the sunroof had been fixed. (Id.) On October 4, 2013, Plaintiff installed a hands-free telephone adapter into the Compass vehicle. (Def.’s SUMF ¶ 30.) To install the hands-free telephone adapter, “a wire had to be run through the ‘A pillar on the driver’s side’ of the vehicle.”

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