When you have purchased a vehicle under warranty, and it exhibits signs of defects that impair its use, safety, and value after multiple repair attempts by the manufacturer or dealership that did not produce effective solutions, you may have purchased a “lemon” as defined by our Lemon Law in California.

At Lemon Law Now, our California lemon law attorney knows that no two “lemons” are the same and that consumers often face multiple vehicle defects that keep them from operating their cars, trucks, or SUVs effectively.

While there is no single vehicle defect that constitutes a “lemon” under our California lemon laws, consumers should be on the lookout for ongoing problems that are common in these vehicles and contact our California lemon law lawyers for solutions during a free consultation once they begin to see a pattern.

Identifying Common Lemon Law Vehicle Defects in Vehicles Fewer than Four Years Old

Driving an unreliable vehicle is frustrating, and the ongoing time spent at the dealership or repair service that honors the manufacturer warranty can become quickly exhausting.

Our California Lemon Law protects consumers from being stuck with a defective vehicle that requires ongoing, unsuccessful maintenance.

The most common types of California Lemon Law vehicle defects may include, but are not limited to: 

  • Engine overheating
  • Failing fuel pump
  • Faulty airbags
  • Fluid leaks, including engine oil, brake fluid, transmission fluid, power steering fluid, or coolant that leads to serious safety issues
  • Malfunctioning latches, locks, or windows
  • Seatbelts not working properly
  • Steering, suspension, or alignment issues
  • Transmission problems

While this is not an exhaustive list of defective vehicle issues that may require help from a lemon lawyer in California to produce results, these are very serious problems that can do more than cause your car to malfunction. They can jeopardize the safety of you and your family.

Our California Lemon Law Firm has the experience our clients need to pursue the best outcome available for their unique California lemon law claim through a vehicle buyback, replacement, or cash settlement in as little as 60 to 90 days in most cases.

Contact Our California Lemon Law Attorney at Shainfeld Law, P.C. for a Free Consultation

If you are experiencing ongoing vehicle trouble that has not been resolved under the manufacturer’s warranty, contact our experienced Lemon Law attorney in California at Lemon Law Now, today by calling (310) 295-1888 or request a free consultation online to learn more about your legal options.