I won my Lemon Law case!
Since I first got my Jeep and putting up with all of the hassle and heart ache associated with the vehicle, it honestly felt like an uphill battle to get my argument and point across to Chrysler. Finally, my persistence has paid off. I finally got the news today from my lawyer that Chrysler has agreed to take my car back and refund me every penny I've spent on acquiring the vehicle; my down payment, taxes, registration fees, and all of my monthly payments. I am not happy that I had to resort to 3rd parties to get the job done, but it became necessary and it was well worth it because now I don't have to deal with the safety issues and inconveniences associated with my vehicle.
As I've said before in other threads, it's a shame Chrysler handled this case so poorly, from getting the run around, to ignoring my concerns for safety. Had they just listened from the beginning I'd be more than happy to do business with them again, but since they dropped the ball, I'll take back my money and run.
With that said, I probably won't be around much on this forum anymore since the Jeep will soon be out of my hands. I'll be around a bit to address anyone else's questions or concerns regarding the transmission issues. I will also have some aftermarket parts available for sale including OEM all-weather rubber slush floor mats, Whispbar roof rails, Canvasback cargo liner, HID headlight kit, etc. I'll make separate posts for the items for sale once everything is finalized and the vehicle has been surrendered, which should be a couple weeks from now.
To those experiencing reoccuring problems with your transmission or anything else that affects the way the car performs and your safety, don't take "no" for an answer. Put up a fight until you reach your goal.
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Last edited by Dundas; 06-06-2014 at 10:44 PM.