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 02-28-2003, 19:39 Post: 50278
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The jeeps are using more chrysler axles (8.25"Wink yeah right than using all dana axles like they used to.

LEMON LAW:The lemon law is a joke because I know two people specifically that tried to lemon law chevy pickups yes chevy pickups and when it came down to it G.M. offered them both substantial amounts of money to settle without actually
turning the truck back in as the lemon that they were.






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 02-28-2003, 19:50 Post: 50280
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So if they got paid....substantial amounts, why is the lemon law a joke ? That's the law that allowed them to file suit. Clearly GM didn't have that big old Casull up against their head. I know what you say is a Fact because I did The same thing on a 1998 Caddy STS. All I had to do was make enough noise and I got a nice $ amount. Maybe I didn't understand what your saying but to me that seems like a good thing. Every motor company has been sued under this law. No exceptions. Vehicles are obviously mechanical things, Sometimes you get a good one, sometimes not. My peeve with Chrysler is the way they treat you on warranty work. I have NEVER had that problem with GM and I have always found Ford service the best. But that's just me.






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I have had some involvement with dealerships. I saw Chrysler replace transmissions on cars and vans well beyond the warranty period, as high as 100,000 miles. Those are the 4 speed automatics that had troubles, they even dropped the $100 deductible on those within the warranty period. Dodge replaced the engine in my brother-in-law's Ram due to an oil pump failure at 58,000 miles, well out of warranty. He did have to pay labor but I believe if he had put up more of a fuss, that would have been covered too. Another brother-in-law of mine works for a Chrysler dealer, he told me Dodge is replacing those bad axles well beyond the warranty period, something Dana should be eating (in my opinion).

As far as the lemon law goes, I used to attend the auctions for those vehicles. GM is giving you money to shut you up for two reasons, 1}it may be less costly for them 2}once a vehicle goes through the process, the title is branded as defective. How many of those do you suppose a manufacturer wants out there for either publicity or liability reasons?

From my experience, Ford is one of the worst for taking care of a known problem/defect, it almost takes a court order (ask my son, he has been there). But no matter what brand you buy, it is ALWAYS a headache and a bad experience to go through the lemon law process. I have to admit, the N/H tractor I owned probably would have qualified but there is no law out there for tractors!






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I agree. It's always a pain in the keyster no matter what. I am also certain that it is their best interest to get theese things settled quickly. By the time you get to that point you just want to get out of the deal so bad you almost don't care what they give as long as you can get rid of the lemon. I have certainly heard a number of ford horror stories, some from family as well.






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I had a 1997 2500 with a 5 speed 360. I had no problems... 15 mpg, traded it with 95,000. Got a 2001.5 2500 quad cab Cummins. I have over 50,000 miles on it and have had no problems. Runs 19-21 mph. This is a 5 speed as well. Both trucks were/are 4x4's.






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