Broken Headlight – Tail Light – Brake Light in the Back – Keeps Going of Breaking

I Had to Replace the Tail Light and Brake Light Many Times, What Gives?

There are times when a tail light and brake light will be defective, even on a new car. There are many reasons why a tail light and brake light won’t work properly on a vehicle. The brake lights are a critical component on a car, because when they are on, they alert other drivers to the existence of the car on the road during the day and at night. The tail lights will also tell drivers when you are using your signal directions to make a legal turn. Without these lights on, it is easy to see how other drivers on the road will not know your intentions, and it can easily cause an accident of severe proportions when these lights are out or defective.

Can I Return My Car and Can I Replace My Car with a New Car Per California Lemon Laws for Taillight and Brake Light Defects and Failure?

Yes, you can return our car for being a lemon car, if your tail lights and brake lights are in failure mode. Either the headlights or brake and tail lights need to all be in good working order, or you can be the cause of a serious accident on the roads.

Any exterior lighting component can be defective on your vehicle, and can be caused by:

  • Condensation leaking into the exterior lamps
  • Water leaking into the lamp housings
  • Defective designs of the lamps accumulating drops of moisture in the housing
  • Cracked lens in the lamp
  • Cracked bulbs in the headlamp or tail lights
  • Dim bulbs in the lamp
  • Bulb filaments burning out too soon
  • Exploding headlamps
  • Misplacement of the headlamps
  • Lamp assembly not in the correct position in the housing
  • Wires that are defective and won’t properly illuminate the lamps
  • Lamps that flicker and then go out during driving
  • Fogging on the internal side of the lamp

If any of these conditions have plagued your headlight, tail light or brake light, you can call us at the Guardian Lemon Law Group at 888.341.8537 right now to discuss initiating a lawsuit on your lemon law claim. Without a light working on your vehicle, you are going to be at a higher risk of having a serious accident, or causing a serious accident. We are here to talk to you about your headlamp lemon claim at Guardian Lemon Law Group at 888.341.8537.

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Major Manufacturers with Broken Headlights and Tail Light Issues on a Lemon Car

  1. Toyota
  2. Volkswagen AG
  3. Daimler AG
  4. Ford Motor Company
  5. Honda Motor Company Ltd.
  6. Bayerische Motoren Werke AG (BMW)
  7. General Motor Company (GM)
  8. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV
  9. Hyundai Motor Co.
  10. Nissan Motor Company Ltd.
  11. Volvo
  12. Mercedes
  13. Kia
  14. Audi
  15. Tesla
  16. Chevrolet
  17. Jeep
  18. Dodge
  19. Lincoln
  20. Infiniti
  21. Cadillac
  22. GMC
  23. Land Rover
  24. Range Rover
  25. Jaguar
  26. Scion
  27. Porsche

Any of these auto manufacturers can have a defective headlamp, tail light or brake light, and any car is susceptible to having this issue. If our car has a broken external headlamp, you can call us at the Guardian Lemon Law Group at 888.341.8537 today. We can talk to the auto manufacturers and car dealerships with you, to ensure that you get the respect and attention that you deserve, when you have a defective exterior lighting assembly on your vehicle.

Common Defects Related to Broken Headlights and Tail Light Defects

Headlights are an essential component to the car’s illumination system. If the headlights are not in good working order, then it will be illegal to drive the vehicle on the open roads. The headlights on a vehicle have to work properly, and cannot have a defect that prevents the headlights from illuminating the car in daytime or evening driving. Headlights on a vehicle light the roadway in front of the car. These lights can be halogen or other types of high-definition bulbs.

Headlights will stop working if they suffer malfunctions and defects, such as:

  • Bulbs that are not working because of blown fuses
  • Faulty relays that do not connect properly to the bulbs
  • Bulbs attached to defective dimmer switches for high and low beams
  • Defects and loose seals that allow moisture in the housing for the headlights
  • Sockets with defects preventing headlights to function properly

The tail lights or “brake” lights on a vehicle are located on the rear of the vehicle. The brake lighting system is engaged whenever the driver steps a foot onto the brake pedal. This action in the vehicle sends power to the brake lights, to alert the persons following on the roadway to slow down or stop, because the car ahead is also slowing down.

Brake lights can stop functioning properly if they are defective or if they have other problems, such as:

  • Fuses that keep blowing out in the lighting system
  • Bulbs that burn out
  • Brake light switches that suffer malfunctions and loose wiring
  • Bulb socket defects that let in dirt and debris

Any time that you have a question regarding your broken headlight or tail light defect claim, you can call us at the Guardian Lemon Law Group at 888.341.8537 today.

Recent Victories

Nissan Altima owners were allowed a settlement from a class action lawsuit regarding the halogen headlights being defective in the 2013-2018 vehicles. The settlement allowed the Nissan owners with Altima vehicles to be reimbursed for repairs to their vehicles, and up to $1,200 allowances for parts and shipping to repair their headlights if defective. Nissan also extended the warranties on their vehicles by 36 months, to help manage customer expectations for those with defective halogen headlights.

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You can give us a call at the Guardian Lemon Law Group at 888.341.8537 to talk to our legal team about initiating a lawsuit on your lemon car claim. We are able to talk to you with a free case evaluation, when you give us a call today. Our legal team has experienced lawyers with a high level of knowledge related to lemon law cases and broken headlights and tail lights. Just call us today, and we will review your case with you right now.

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