Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act: This is the law more often known as the California Lemon Law. This state defines its relation to consumer goods manufacturers that are covered by implied and express warranties.
Known Mercedes Lemon Issues
Below is a list of known lemon issues for Mercedes. If you experiences these lemon issue for your Mercedes, contact us for immediate help.
Engine and transmission mounts
Steering and suspension components
including sway bars, ball joints, control arm and/or bushings
AirMatic components (air struts, sir pump, valves)
Transmission gasket, filter and fluid leaking
Oil pan gasket leak
13-pin connector and valve body faults
ABS & Traction control system fault
Check engine light
Front differential whining or grinding noises
Key fob issues
Electrical ignition system
Balance shaft gears
A Mercedes can be classified as a lemon car if you have taken it to the shop on 3 separate occasions, even if for different issues. You might have a lemon case as long as you experience a problem with your Mercedes.
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The structure of your Mercedes engine is one of the leading causes of issues and can include problems with engine mounts, steering and suspension components, sway bars, ball joints, and bushings. These are most common after long periods of use and are usually first detected after driving on rough terrain or ground with many indentations or potholes
The first signs of these issues are signaled by noises that present creaking or even vibrations throughout your ride in the vehicle. We recommend immediately visiting your dealer or repair shop when these sounds are detected. With each repair attempt, be sure to collect detailed service receipts or quotes for repairs. These documents are very important in a lemon case.
Control arm bushings, ball joints, and sway bar issues can also further contribute to suspension issues by adding undue pressure. Issues with these elements often cause a shimmying of the car and are also what cause the vibrating sound from within the car.
Attorneys at Consumer Action Law Group helps consumers recover their money spent in purchasing a lemon vehicle from manufacturers. If you took in your Mercedes for repairs multiple times for the same issue while under warranty, you can get a replacement vehicle from the manufacturer or have the manufacturer buy your vehicle back.
If you have experienced an issue repeatedly with your Mercedes, give us a call to discuss your potential lemon case.