General Motors has recalled almost 700,000 2014 Chevy Silverado 1500s and 2014 GMC Sierra 1500s for a steering defect following a National Highway Traffic Safety Administration investigation (NHTSA # 17V414000). The steering defect can cause a potentially dangerous problem driving and turning.
A report from Carcomplaints.com discussed problems with Toyota Camry engine piston. Recall: 2018 Toyota Camry Cars May Need New Engines March 28, 2018 — Toyota is recalling 1,700 model year 2018 Camry cars to possibly replace the entire engines because of problems with the pistons. The supplier of the pistons was performing a routine that... Continue Reading →
A lawsuit claims that a New Jersey-based auto dealer that specializes in high-end used cars sold customers warranties that did not exist and pocketed the thousands of dollars customers paid for them. The suit alleges that the firm and its employees pushed and sold the warranties to unsuspecting car buyers for years. Some customers claim... Continue Reading →
Owners of certain makes and models of General Motors vehicles have been reporting air conditioners blowing warm air, not enough air, or failing altogether. Not only have their air conditioners failed, but they have had to wait months for the dealer to obtain replacement parts to correct the defect, because GM is swamped with A/C... Continue Reading →
Owners of the Chevrolet Silverado have experienced multiple problems. GM has issued various service bulletins, as compiled by carcomplaints.com, but the reports continue. Owners may be entitled to new vehicle, compensation, or other relief. STEERING: ELECTRIC POWER ASSIST SYSTEM TSB #SB-16-NA-109 NHTSA ID #10078430 Date Announced: APRIL 01 2016 Chevrolet Silverado Service Bulletins How... Continue Reading →
Ford coolant leak. The vehicles can overheat and catch on fire because a lack of coolant causes the cylinder heads to overheat and the heads to crack.
State of New Jersey, Office of Administrative Law INITIAL DECISION, OAL DKT. NO. CMA 9965-02 ROBERT A. GIGLIO, Petitioner, v. DAIMLER CHRYSLER MOTOR CORPORATION, Respondent. ________________________________ Howard A. Gutman, Esq. for petitioner Beth Wallach, Esq., for respondent (Hardin, Kundla, McKeon, Poletta & Polifroni, attorneys) BEFORE BARRY N. FRANK, ALJ: Statement of the case and procedural history Robert A. Giglio filed... Continue Reading →
Owners of the 2016-18 Chrysler Pacific have experience engine and stalling problems on their vehicle. Owners may be entitled to compensation or new vehicles because of these problems. One source explains, "Chrysler Pacifica stalling problems have caused a recall that will allegedly fix problems that typically occur while the minivans are making turns, driving... Continue Reading →
Number of Repairs: The New York lemon law requires (1) the same nonconformity, or condition has been subject to repair four or more times by the manufacturer or its dealers within the first 18,000 mile