What Does It Mean to Have a Service Record for a Car?
Your brand-new car has a service record at the car dealership. Even though it is a new car, it will have a service record because it needs to be seen as soon as it is taken off of the car transport. The car dealership shop will need to review the vehicle, to ensure that it was not damaged while in transit to the car dealership. The car or truck needs to have an all points inspection, be reviewed for any damage, and taken on a test drive to identify if there are any unknown defects on the vehicle. You should have access to this document at the car dealership, when you go to buy the new car. But the car dealership may not want to give it to you, because it may have something to hide on that new car you are buying. If you have any problems getting the service record of your new Ford / Lincoln at the car dealership, you can give us a call, and we can be of service to you in that regard. You can call us today at the Guardian Lemon Law Group at 888.341.8537.
What Is the Car Dealership Recommended Service for a Car?
The car dealership and auto manufacturer will recommend various service routines for every car that they sell. It will include the filling of fluids, rotating of tires, review of all systems in the engine and electrical components, as well as:
- Topping off of all fluids
- Changing the oil at intervals
- Checking brakes and brake pads
- Review of tires, tread depth and tire pressure
- Engine timing review
- Onboard computers for the car
- Check and replace filters
- Replace and examine belts and hoses
- Replace and inspect wiper blades
- Check voltage and charge on batteries and replace if necessary
It is assumed that a car dealership is going to be honest about the condition of a new car. In that respect, if the car has issues and manufacturer’s defects, then in a perfect world that car would never be sold to a customer. But our world is not perfect, and defective cars are sold in the open markets to customers every day of the week! Because of this fact, it is necessary to hold the car dealership to a higher standard, to keep them from taking advantage of consumers who may not know that a car already has a manufacturer’s defect.
Ford / Lincoln Dealerships in Los Angeles, California
The following are Ford and Lincoln car dealerships located in Los Angeles, including:
- Huntington Beach Ford – Huntington Beach, CA
- Rush Truck Center Whittier – Whittier, CA
- Santa Monica Ford Lincoln – Santa Monica, CA
- Vista Ford Lincoln – Woodland Hills, CA
- Sunrise Ford of North Hollywood – 5500 Lankershim Blvd., Los Angeles, CA
- Airport Marina Ford – 5500 W. Centnela Ave., Los Angeles, CA
- Galpin Ford – North Hills, CA
- Ford of Downtown LA – 1929 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA
- Star Ford – Glendale, CA
- Santa Monica Lincoln – Santa Monica, CA
- Galpin Lincoln – Van Nuys, CA
- Galpin Motors – North Hills, CA
- Star Lincoln – Glendale, CA
- South Bay Ford Lincoln – Hawthorne, CA
- Lincoln – Venice, CA
- Bob Wondries Ford – Alhambra, CA
- Bob Wondries, Inc. – 400 S. Atlantic Blvd., Los Angeles, CA
- South Bay Ford – Hawthorne, CA
- A+Ford & Chevrolet – Vernon, CA
- AutoNation Ford Torrance – Torrance, CA
- Caruso Ford – Long Beach, CA
- Norm Reeves Ford Lincoln – Cerritos, CA
You may have bought your lemon car from one of these Ford / Lincoln car dealerships, or you may have bought your certified pre-owned vehicle from somewhere else. In any case, you can call us with any questions that you might have regarding a lemon car or truck claim.
Our legal team is on the case, and ready to help you today when you give us a call right now at Guardian Lemon Law Group at 888.341.8537. We can review your claim for free, and give you the information you need to make the best decisions regarding initiating a lawsuit for your lemon car claim.
Manufacturers of Lemon Ford and Lincoln Vehicles Know That Their Cars Are Likely Lemons
The auto manufacturers are continuing to send out sub-par cars and trucks, and they are getting away with it for the time being. If an auto manufacturer sends out to the public a lemon car or truck, odds are that it will be found out by the regulating authorities, and a recall will be ordered into place. That means that auto manufacturers are not going to be able to continue to “gyp” the owners of a new car, with sending out defective cars and trucks again and again. People are starting to catch on, and it is lowering the goodwill of the buying public every time a car or truck is a defect or “lemon” car, and sold as a bill of goods at the car dealerships nationwide. If you are stuck with a lemon car or truck, you can call us at the Guardian Lemon Law Group at 888.341.8537 to review your claim for free.
Common Defects That Can Be Found on a Lemon Vehicle
If you have a lemon car, you may be in for many different types of lemon car issues. That means that once you have one manufacturer’s defect, it can definitely affect other areas of the vehicle. You can have issues with these components, including:
- Ignition coils
- Air conditioning systems
- Body sealing products
- Spark plugs
- Oxygen sensors
- Air fuel ration sensors
- Automotive wire harness system
- Body sealing products
- Ignition coils
- Air conditioning system
- Side door latches
- Fan motors
- Automotive bearings
- Exhaust systems
- Occupant safety system
- Auto steel tubes
If you need to talk to a professional legal team about your issues and manufacturer’s defects on your car, truck, SUV or Crossover vehicle. We are here to help you to get the recovery compensation that you deserve in this case. All that you need to do is to call us now at the Guardian Lemon Law Group at 888.341.8537.
How Long Do I Have to File My Lemon Car Claim?
The statute of limitations for a lemon car claim is 4 years, depending on the facts of your lemon car case.
What Are the Lemon Car Settlement Values?
The value of a lemon car settlement claim can range from $20,000 to $200,000, depending on the damages and expenses related to the claim.
How Long Will It Take to Settle My Lemon Car Claim?
It can take around 3-5 months to settle out your lemon car claim. It may take longer if it is difficult to retrieve the records of service for your lemon car from the car dealership. But you can let us worry about that for you, we will get all pertinent records that are required for the management of this case, when you call us today to initiate a lawsuit based on the merits of your claim.
Is My Leased Car Eligible for a Lemon Car Claim?
Yes, your leased car is eligible for a lemon car claim. The vehicle needs to be within the original manufacturer’s warranty. There may be some cases where your vehicle has higher mileage, or is on the cusp of falling out of this warranty requirement. We are well-versed on the California Lemon Laws, all that you need to do is to call us to review your lemon car claim for free. Just call us today at the Guardian Lemon Law Group right now.
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You can call us today to review your claim for free. We offer a zero-fee guarantee and all that you have to do to get in on this offer, is to call us today. We will go over your lemon car claim with a fine-toothed comb, and make sure that you get the full recovery compensation package that you deserve in this case. We will get you the settlement money that you need to reimburse you for your expenses, losses and damages in this case.
Contact Us / Free Case Evaluation for your Ford / Lincoln Lemon Car Claim
You can count on your friends and relatives to give you bad advice regarding what you should do with your lemon car claim. We on the other hand, are able to give you the professional legal advice that you need to get a full recovery on your lawsuit in this case. Just call us today, to talk to a lawyer with experience in the California Lemon Laws. We are here every day at Guardian Lemon Law Group at 888.341.8537.