Dodge Dart Transmission and Clutch Problems

A class action lawsuit alleges that Dodge Dart vehicles clutch pedal loses pressure, sticks to the floor, and fails to engage/disengage gears.  The Dodge Dart manual transmission defect class action lawsuit claims that owners and lessees have experienced “stalling, failure to accelerate, and premature failure of the transmission’s components, including but not limited to, the clutch master cylinder and reservoir hose, clutch slave cylinder and release bearing, clutch disc, pressure plate, and flywheel.     Plaintiffs accused Fiat Chrysler of failing to address problems with the clutch in the Dodge Dart manual transmission defect class action lawsuit.

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Dodge Dart Transmission Class Action

Owners of the Dodge Dart have experienced numerous problems including transmission malfunction.   A class action lawsuit filed in federal court alleges problems with the manual transmission clutch in 2013-14 Dodge Dart vehicles, causing the transmission to fail to engage, as well as other acceleration issues.  The California lawsuit alleges a defective hydraulic clutch system that does not function as expected and is instead plagued by numerous problems and safety concerns.

Fiat-Chrysler is recalling an estimated 23,688 2013-’15 Dodge Darts Sedans in the U.S. because the transmission may unexpectedly shift to neutral, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. … The company said the recall is limited to certain Darts with dual dry-clutch transmissions

Dodge Dart owners may be entitled to compensation for transmission and other problems.

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Owners of these defective vehicles may be entitled to compensation for loss of use, diminished values, or other claims.  We offer a free consultation as part of our continuing investigation into defects in these cars.  Call (973) 598-1980, or email

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