We understand that there are many vehicles on the roads today which are lemons. That means that the car has a manufacturer’s defect that can affect the safe drivability of the car. If you have had a defective car, then you will want to call us at the Guardian Lemon Law firm at 888.341.8537. No one buys a new car expecting it to be a lemon. On the contrary, people enjoy buying and purchasing a new car because it is brand-new, off the assembly line and right of the car dealership showroom floor. A new car is exciting, wonderful to drive and perfect in every way! Except when it is not “perfect,” but instead has manufacturer defects that can cause a serious car accident or other problem, just by driving the vehicle.

At the Guardian Lemon Law firm at 888.341.8537, we take your lemon vehicle case seriously. We can advise you of what to do when you experience a manufacturer’s defect on your new car. We are here to talk to you about your claim, and we are always on your side. We can discuss your case in a language that you can understand, as our legal team is multilingual. We can also review your case for you for free, and offer a free consultation. We even go a step further, and we never charge you any up-front fees to start working with you, and you will only pay us when we win your case for you against the manufacturer who produced a car with defects.

It is easy to make the call to us today at the Guardian Lemon Law firm at 888.341.8537. We are ready to get started to help you recover the compensation that you deserve in this type of Lemon Law case right now.

List of All the Cars, Trucks and Vehicles That We Handle

We handle the problems and issues from all car and truck manufacturers, including:

  • Acura
  • Aston Martin
  • Audi
  • Bentley
  • BMW
  • Buick
  • Cadillac
  • Chevrolet
  • Chrysler
  • Dodge
  • Ferrari
  • Fiat
  • Ford
  • GMC
  • Honda
  • Hyundai
  • Infiniti
  • Jaguar
  • Jeep
  • Kia
  • Lamborghini
  • Land Rover
  • Lexus
  • Lincoln
  • Lotus
  • Maserati
  • Mazda
  • Mercedes
  • Mini Cooper
  • Mitsubishi
  • Nissan
  • Porsche
  • Ram
  • Rolls Royce
  • Scion
  • Subaru
  • Suzuki
  • Tesla
  • Toyota
  • Volkswagen
  • Volvo

Car Problems That Can Make Your Vehicle a Lemon

Here are some car manufacturer defect cases that we handle. The list of car brands is:


  • Integra
  • MDX

Alfa Romeo

  • Giulia
  • Stelvio

Aston Martin

  • Vantage
  • DB11
  • DBS
  • DBX
  • Vantage Range
  • DB11Range
  • Aston Martin SUV


  • A3
  • A4
  • A4 allroad
  • A5
  • A6
  • A6 allroad
  • A7
  • A8
  • Q3
  • Q4
  • Q4 e-tron
  • Q5
  • Q5 Sportback
  • Q6
  • Q7
  • Q8
  • RS 3
  • RS5
  • RS 7
  • RS Q8
  • RS e-tron GT
  • S3
  • S4
  • S5
  • S6
  • SQ5
  • SQ7
  • SQ
  • TT
  • TT RS
  • TTS
  • e-tron GT
  • e-tron S
  • e-tron S Sportback
  • e-tron Sportback


  • Bentayga
  • Continental
  • Flying Spur


  • 5 Series
  • X3
  • X5
  • X5M
  • X6 M


  • Enclave
  • Encore GX
  • Envision


  • CT4
  • CT4-V Blackwing
  • CT5
  • CT5-V Blackwing
  • Escalade
  • Escalade ESV
  • XT4
  • XT5
  • XT6


  • Blazer
  • Bolt EUV
  • Bolt
  • EV
  • Camaro
  • Colorado
  • Corvette
  • Equinox
  • Express
  • Express Cargo
  • Malibu
  • Silverado 1500
  • Silverado 1500 Limited
  • Silverado 2500HD
  • Silverado 3500HD
  • Spark
  • Suburban
  • Tahoe
  • Trailblazer
  • Traverse
  • Trax


  • 300
  • Pacifica
  • Voyager


  • Challenger
  • Charger
  • Durango


  • 812 GTS
  • 296 GTB
  • SF90 Stradale
  • SF90 Spider
  • F8 Tributo
  • F8 Spider
  • Roma
  • Portofino M
  • Monza SP1
  • Ferrari Monza SP2
  • Ferrari Daytona SP3


  • 500X


  • Bronco
  • Bronco Sport
  • E-Transit Cargo Van
  • EcoSport
  • Edge
  • Escape
  • Escape Plug-In Hybrid
  • Expedition
  • Explorer
  • F-150 Lightning
  • F-250 Super Duty
  • F-350 Super Duty
  • F-450 Super Duty
  • Maverick
  • Mustang
  • Mustang Mach-E
  • Ranger
  • Shelby GT500
  • Transit Cargo Van
  • Transit Connect Cargo Van
  • Transit Connect Passenger Wagon
  • Transit Crew Van
  • Transit Passenger Van


  • G70
  • G80
  • G90
  • GV70
  • GV80


  • Acadia
  • Canyon
  • Hummer EV
  • Savana
  • Savana Cargo
  • Sierra 1500
  • Sierra 1500 Limited
  • Sierra 2500HD
  • Sierra 3500HD
  • Terrain
  • Yukon
  • Yukon XL


  • Accord
  • Accord Hybrid
  • Cr-V
  • Cr-V Hybrid
  • Civic
  • HR-V
  • Insight
  • Odyssey
  • Passport
  • Pilot
  • Ridgeline


  • Accent
  • Elantra
  • IONIQ 5
  • Ioniq Hybrid
  • Ioniq Plug-In Hybrid
  • Kona
  • Kona Electric
  • Palisade
  • Santa Cruz
  • Santa Fe
  • Santa Fe Hybrid
  • Santa Fe Plug-In Hybrid
  • Sonata
  • Sonata Hybrid
  • Tucson
  • Tucson Plug-In Hybrid
  • Veloster
  • Venue


  • Q50
  • Q60
  • QX50
  • QX55
  • QX60
  • QX80


  • E-PACE
  • F-PACE
  • F-TYPE
  • I-PACE
  • XF


  • Cherokee
  • Compass
  • Gladiator
  • Grand Cherokee
  • Grand Cherokee 4xe
  • Grand Cherokee L
  • Grand Cherokee WK
  • Grand Wagoneer
  • Renegade
  • Wagoneer
  • Wrangler
  • Wrangler 4xe


  • GX-6


  • EV6
  • Forte
  • K5
  • Niro
  • Niro EV
  • Niro Plug-In Hybrid
  • Rio
  • Seltos
  • Sorento Hybrid
  • Sorento Plug-In Hybrid
  • Soul
  • Sportage
  • Stinger
  • Telluride


  • Huracan
  • Huracan STO
  • Urus

Land Rover

  • Defender
  • Discovery
  • Discovery Sport
  • Range Rover
  • Range Rover Evoque
  • Range Rover Sport
  • Range Rover Velar


  • ES 250
  • ES 300h
  • ES 350
  • GX 460
  • IS 300
  • IS 350
  • IS 500
  • LC 500
  • LC 500 Convertible
  • LC 500h
  • LS 500
  • LS 500h
  • LX 600
  • NX 250
  • NX 350
  • NX 350h
  • NX 450h+
  • RC300
  • RC 350
  • RC F
  • RX 350
  • RX 350L
  • RX 450h
  • RX 450hL
  • UX 200
  • UX 250h


  • Aviator
  • Corsair
  • Nautilus
  • Navigator


  • Emira


  • Air


  • Ghibli
  • Levante
  • MC20
  • Quattroporte


  • 3
  • CX-30
  • CX5
  • CX-9
  • MX-30
  • MX-5 Miata
  • MX-5 Miata RF


  • 720S
  • 720S Spider
  • 765LT Spider
  • Artura
  • GT


  • A-Class
  • AMG GT
  • C-Class
  • CLA-Class
  • CLS-Class
  • E-Class
  • EQS
  • GLA-Class
  • GLC-Class
  • GLC-Class Coupe
  • GLE-Class
  • GLE-Class Coupe
  • GLS-Class
  • Maybach
  • Maybach GLS
  • Metris
  • S-Class
  • SL-Class
  • Sprinter

Mini Cooper

  • Clubman
  • Convertible
  • Countryman
  • Hardtop 2 Door
  • Hardtop 4 Door


  • Eclipse Cross
  • Mirage
  • Mirage G4
  • Outlander
  • Outlander PHEV
  • Outlander Sport


  • Altima
  • Armada
  • Frontier
  • Kicks
  • LEAF
  • Maxima
  • Murano
  • Pathfinder
  • Rogue
  • Rogue Sport
  • Sentra
  • Titan
  • Titan XD
  • Versa



  • 718 Boxster
  • 718 Cayman
  • 911
  • Cayenne
  • Cayenne Coupe
  • Macan
  • Panamera
  • Taycan


  • 1500
  • 1500 Classic
  • 2500
  • 3500
  • Promaster Cargo Van
  • Promaster City
  • Promaster Window Van


  • R1T

Rolls Royce

  • Cullinan
  • Ghost
  • Phantom


  • Toyota GR86
  • tC
  • iA
  • iM
  • FR-S


  • Ascent
  • BRZ
  • Crosstrek
  • Forester Impreza
  • Legacy
  • Outback
  • WRX


  • Model 3
  • Model S
  • Model X
  • Model Y


  • 4Runner
  • Avalon
  • Avalon Hybrid
  • C-HR
  • Camry
  • Camry Hybrid
  • Corolla
  • Corolla Cross
  • Corolla Hatchback
  • Corolla Hybrid
  • GR Supra
  • GR86
  • Highlander
  • Highlander Hybrid
  • Mirai
  • Prius
  • Prius Prime
  • RAV4
  • RAV4 Hybrid
  • RAV4 Prime
  • Sequoia
  • Sienna
  • Tacoma
  • Tundra
  • Venza


  • Arteon
  • Atlas
  • Atlas Cross Spirit
  • Golf GTI
  • Golf R
  • ID.4
  • Jetta
  • Jetta GLI
  • Passat
  • Taos
  • Tiguan


  • S60
  • S90
  • V60
  • V60 Cross Country
  • V90 Cross Country
  • SC40
  • SC40 Recharge Twin Pure Electric
  • XC60
  • XC90

When you experience a manufacturer’s defect on your vehicle, just know that you are not alone. We are here to help you at the Guardian Lemon Law firm at 888.341.8537. Our knowledgeable attorneys are ready to discuss your case for a lemon vehicle in a free consultation. All that you need to do to start the process, is to pick up your smartphone and give us a call at the Guardian Lemon Law firm right now.

Manufacturer Defects Cause Serious Accidents When Present in a Car

You cannot imagine the number of car manufacturer defects that can plague a car. Sometimes, one car can have more than one manufacturer defect. Why do you need to know about the defects associated with your car? Because these defects can be small or large, but can cause a serious and life-threatening accident just the same. For example, one small defect on an engine can cause an engine to stop running when the driver of the car is out on the open highways.

Another example, is that a defect in a backup camera can cause the screen to go blank, when you are pulling out into traffic or in a situation that is dangerous to not be able to see what is going on behind you. For this reason, it is important to know and follow up on any type of manufacturer’s defect that is found in your new, purchased or leased vehicle that is still under the original manufacturer’s warranty.

Types of Manufacturer’s Defects That Can Affect All Model of Vehicles

There are an unlimited number of manufacturer’s defects that can affect your car to make it a lemon vehicle. If this is the case for you, there can be serious issues with your vehicle. These issues can be safety problems, which may detrimentally affect your ability to drive the car safely on the roads. You may have noticed one or more of these types of defects with your car. Some of these defects are going to be directly responsible for you having a serious and life-changing accident in your vehicle.

The manufacturer’s defects that can affect your vehicle may be related to the following noted defects, including:

  • Erratic and difficult gear shifting
  • Loss of transmission during driving
  • Failure of door lock assembly
  • Check engine lights coming on
  • ABS control failures
  • Shifting problems in the automatic transmissions
  • Failing power windows
  • Ignition coils and wires
  • Failing spark plugs
  • Reverse gear failures
  • Wiring harness issues
  • Shifting problems
  • Coolant and oil leaks
  • Loss of power from carbon build up in intake manifold
  • Automatic transmission shifting incorrectly
  • EVAP system failure
  • Car stalls from corroded solenoid starter contacts
  • Daytime running light problems
  • Failure of window regulator bolts
  • Struts and bearing plates faulty
  • Ignition coil in the distributor can fail
  • Failed emissions test from blocked EGR system
  • Suddenly catching fire in battery compartment
  • Sudden unintended acceleration
  • Failure of brake system
  • Suspension system failures
  • Engine wiring harness defects
  • Backup lamp switch on rear-view cameras inoperable in reverse gear
  • Windshield mounting may fail in a crash
  • Electrical system problems
  • Unintended acceleration and surges forward during driving
  • Fuel pump failures
  • Dead batteries drained down in the electrical system
  • Starlink problems and infotainment issues
  • Rodents chewing soy-derived wire coatings
  • CVT unreliability for variable transmission system
  • Defective airbag inflator may explode
  • Failure of brake hose system
  • Excessive oil consumption and engine sludge issues
  • Improperly installed accessories
  • Easily cracked windshields from improper installation
  • Defective pressure control valves
  • Spark plug issues
  • Engine oil levels low
  • Water leaks
  • Suspension problems
  • Motor problems
  • Rear door opening motor defects
  • Defective engine mounts
  • Antilock brake system and Stabiltrak problems
  • Electrical system problems
  • Fuel system defects and smoke (smells like burning electrical or plastic)
  • Structure of trucks built crooked in the bed assembly
  • Service brake problems leading to accidents
  • Engine problems with knock sensor
  • Engine making strange noises
  • Backup camera fails and goes blank
  • Excess sealant on the battery cable
  • Defects in the instrument panel display
  • Safety system computer defects
  • Transmission problems
  • Steering column problems
  • Brake failure
  • Brake fluid reservoir cap does not vent properly
  • Headlights may flicker on and off during nighttime driving
  • Windshield wiper not working properly
  • Truck can overheat with heater and hose problems
  • Engine stalls without warning
  • Side curtain airbag does not deploy properly in a crash
  • Backup camera does not work properly
  • Windshield detaches in an accident
  • Car shuts off in highway driving at 75 mph
  • Issues with the powertrain
  • Ticking noise from engine
  • Carbon buildup on valves triggers check engine light
  • Static discharge causes seat memory heater issues
  • Software issues from powertrain control module for erroneous CEL
  • Drive belt noise from misalignment of drive belt pulleys
  • Check engine light problems with solenoid valve
  • IAC motor/software issues in freezing temperatures
  • Ticking noises from the engine
  • Compressor issues
  • Transmission fault with check engine light code
  • Gas cap issue defect
  • Rattle front lower control arm
  • DRL resistor failure
  • Trouble filling as tank
  • Flush brake fluid at 60,000 miles or problems
  • Problems with electrical steering column
  • No start due to failed passlock sensor
  • Ignition key stuck due to failed shifter
  • Intake manifold gaskets leaking coolant or engine oil
  • Turn signals may fail, making hazards click
  • AC blower inoperative for failed resistor
  • Engine misfire with failed ignition module or coil
  • Poor terminal contact at BCM connectors cause electrical defects
  • Transmission failure
  • Fuel pump defects
  • Air conditioner condenser leaks
  • Airbag recalls
  • Infotainment system issues
  • Steering wheel sensor malfunctions
  • Start and stop accumulator endcap may miss bolts
  • Airbags may not deploy in a car accident
  • Transmission fluid leaks
  • Power brake assist failure
  • Front axle defect
  • Fuel tank issues
  • Backup camera sensing system defects
  • Service brakes and hydraulic faults
  • Control arm of front suspension defects
  • Exterior headlights issues
  • Power train and automatic transmission issues
  • Oil leaks
  • Suspension defects
  • Electronics on windows (makes hissing sound)
  • Power steering leaks
  • Engine and gasket leaks
  • Vacuum pipe leaks
  • Electrical faults
  • Early clutch wear
  • Early rusting of body of vehicle
  • Early transmission failure of car
  • Shuddering
  • Vibration
  • Sensor problems
  • Rattling noises
  • Failure of fuel pump relay
  • Automatic transmission failure
  • Soft brake pedal
  • Ignition switch failures and “no starts”
  • Ignition fail on coils
  • Lack of power on throttle system
  • No start after refueling
  • Popping noise from trunk
  • Backup camera failure
  • Airbag recall
  • Engine misfire
  • Leaking sunroof

If you have heard, seen, or felt any of these issues and problems with your vehicle, you are highly likely to have a lemon vehicle on your hands. Understand that this is a serious situation going on, and you are highly likely to have a horrific accident based on one or more of these defects affecting the vehicle that you are driving in right now. For this reason, you need to call us today at the Guardian Lemon Law firm at 888.341.8537. We can go over your case and review your manufacturer defects with you, to determine the extent to which your vehicle is a lemon.

Once your vehicle is determined to be a lemon vehicle, you are eligible to recover compensation for your vehicle, and get the recovery package that you deserve from the auto manufacturers. Do not delay in making the call to us at the Guardian Lemon Law firm at 888.341.8537. Remember, a manufacturer’s defect does not just “go away” on its own. We are here to walk you through and discuss the next steps, to getting a full recovery package for the value of your vehicle, when there is a manufacturer’s defect affecting the safe drivability of your vehicle.

Lemon Cars Are a Danger to Everyone Driving on the Roads

Without even knowing that your new car has a defect, if it does have a defect, then you are actually driving a potential lemon car. If this is the case, then you may be a danger to the other drivers out on the roadways as well. Of course, since you don’t own a car dealership, own a car manufacturer’s company or have put your own car together, you may not be aware of any manufacturer’s defects that are plaguing your car. You will be about to find out though, as soon as the defect becomes known as a major problem, issue and defect with your vehicle.

Owning a Lemon Car Is Not Fair!

No one buys a new car, truck or vehicle expecting it is going to be a lemon. Sometimes, it can take days to months before a manufacturer’s defect will be exposed on your vehicle. When that happens, you might feel “ripped off,” or upset at the car manufacturer or the car dealership, for selling you a lemon car. Lemon cars are made poorly, not properly quality checked at the plant, and do not pass inspection standards for the standards of high quality. If a car is a lemon, it is a “dud.” It also means it is oftentimes not drive-able, which is the standard and requirement for how the cars are supposed to be made for the buying customers to drive safely.

It is not fair to the buying public that a car does not pass the muster for quality standards at the plant where it is made. That is the responsibility of the manufacturer, since very car when it is released from a manufacturer as a brand-new car ready for driving off the car dealership lot needs to be free of any defects, issues, problems or concerns.

If this has happened to you and you have a lemon car, you can call us immediately. We are here for you at the Guardian Lemon Law firm at 888.341.8537. Remember, you are not alone, we are here for you every step of the way, to get you the money you deserve when your new car has a manufacturer’s defective issue with the car. Do not suffer in silence, you can get the recovery compensation that you deserve in this case. When you call us today at the Guardian Lemon Law firm, we are here to talk to you about your lemon car and get you the money you have a right to recover in this type of claim.

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