Although lemon law varies from state to state, in California manufacturers have the opportunity to make a “reasonable number” of repair attempts on your Chrysler. In order for your Chrysler to be deemed a lemon, it must meet certain criteria. In order to meet these standards, one of the following scenarios must occur with your Chrysler:
- Your car’s problems could result in death or serious injuries, and you’ve already taken the vehicle in for repairs two or more times, unsuccessfully.
- Your car is experiencing general warranty defects that you’ve tried to have repaired four or more times, unsuccessfully.
- The problems you are experiencing have kept your car in the shop or off the road for more than 30 days since you bought it.