IS YOUR 2017 CHRYSLER PACIFICA MINIVAN STALLING? HAS IT BEEN REPAIRED REPEATEDLY SINCE YOU LEASED OR PURCHASED IT?

IF YOU DRIVE A 2017 CHRYSLER PACIFICA MINIVAN, THIS IS A MUST READ FOR YOU.

  • Fiat Chrysler consumers have reported these minivans stall at speeds of 40 to 60 miles per hour and while just sitting in idle. This causes the driver to experience a lack of power to accelerate, decelerate or use the power steering. For obvious reasons, these problems are inherently dangerous, and the Center for Auto Safety is urging the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to investigate and issue a recall.
  • While the NHTSA reviews the petition filed by more than 50 owners, current drivers and owners are left waiting. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’ response is “We’re continuing to monitor our vehicles and collect data”. FCA is aware of thecomplaints,but is not aware of any injuries or accidents.
  • Engine stalling presents a serious safety issue, regardless of the vehicle. It is dangerous for the drivers, their passengers and other people on the road. In certain situations, stalling could result in death or serious bodily injury.
  • Patrea R. Bullock, Esq., The California Lemon Law Expert represents Chrysler owners whose vehicles have been repeatedly repaired for all kinds of defects. If you or someone you know has purchased or leased a Chrysler Pacifica minivan that has experienced the stallingdefect orhas been repeatedly repaired for other reasons, call me for a free consultation today. My experience consists of 23 years, 44 jury trials and representation of automobile manufacturers in lemon law claims. I can help!
  • Our business is growing and our mission is simple : to educate you, fellow consumers, about the “Lemon Law”, and how it protects those who have found themselves stuck with that new or used (still under warranty) car, truck, RV, motorcycle, etc, that just isn’t performing up to expectations. Stay in the know, visit this site often and let us know if we can be of assistance. The initial consultation is free, and if you’re having a problem, it is well worth a few minutes of your time to understand your rights and how you can get the help you need.
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