At Shainfeld Law, our California lemon law attorney understands that determining whether your car meets the legal threshold of lemon is difficult to determine on your own.

The general idea behind our California Lemon Laws is that we must be able to prove your vehicle has a material defect that affects its use, value, or safety.

This may include vehicle issues that require multiple trips to the repair shop, which eventually yield no real results.

And while any material defect can render a vehicle a lemon, there are common problems that may hint at your need to contact an experienced lemon law attorney, so you can develop real solutions that allow you to return to the road safely and consistently.

What are the Most Common Lemon Law Vehicle Problems in California? 

Some vehicle trouble, and the symptoms affecting one or more systems, often point to ongoing trouble that may eventually — after the qualifying number of reasonable vehicle repair attempts — lead to lemon status.

The following is not an exhaustive list, but a sample of common lemon law vehicle problems in California.

They include mechanical trouble with:

  • Brake systems
  • Coolant systems
  • Electrical systems
  • Engine operations
  • Mechanical doors and latches
  • Steering systems
  • Suspension systems
  • Transmission systems

The issues that often help diagnose the previous problems may include, but are not limited to:

  • Abnormal Brake Noises
  • Air Conditioning Malfunctions
  • Black Smoke from Exhaust
  • Blown Fuses
  • Brake Vibrations
  • Car “Pulling” To One Side
  • Coolant Leaks
  • Dash Lights Consistently Coming on or Flickering, including ABS, Air Bags, Check Engine, or Other Warning Lights
  • Defective Airbags
  • Defective Brakes
  • Defects in the Suspension
  • Electrical Malfunctions
  • Engine Hard Starting, Not Starting, Misfires, Overheating, Vibrations, or Stalling
  • Fuel Leaks
  • Lack of Power
  • Malfunctioning Headlights, Taillights, Brake Lights, or Turn Signals
  • Malfunctioning Windows or Doors
  • Oil Leaks
  • Power Steering Leaks
  • Premature Brake Wear
  • Steering Vibrations
  • Transmission Fluid Leaks
  • Transmission Hesitation, Jerking, or Slipping
  • Turbocharger Malfunctions
  • Uneven or Premature Tire Wear

If your vehicle is under warranty, and multiple attempts to fix the same issue have yielded no results, contact our experienced California lemon law attorney to learn about your legal rights and options to pursue the manufacturer for solutions.

Contact Our Experienced California Lemon Law Attorney Today for a Free Consultation

Vehicle trouble can interfere with your day-to-day life on many levels, and when they require constant trips to the dealership or repair shop to address the same problem, it may be time to put these issues behind you by contacting our experienced Los Angeles County Lemon Law attorney at Lemon Law-Now today by calling 888-567-2279 or request a free consultation online. We will outline your lemon law options, and how they apply to your vehicle, so you can make informed decisions about how you hold the manufacturer liable for your vehicle’s defects.