Is My Car A Lemon If the Brakes Don’t Work?

Yes, your car is a lemon vehicle if your brakes go out and don’t work on the vehicle. A car either is going forward, backward or is in a parked status on the roadways. If you are driving your car in any capacity and the brakes do not engage when pressed, you can guess that you are going to have a problem. Brakes on a lemon car can oftentimes give you a major hint that they are about to “go out” or start to fail. A normal set of brakes do not make noises, and do not give you a hard time when you press them down. Your brakes should never have an issue such as:

  • Screeching noises
  • Grinding noises when engaged
  • Rubbing noises when applied
  • A burning rubber smell coming from the tires
  • Shaking on the brake pedal
  • Rumbling from the steering wheel
  • Brake lights and warning lights coming on

If you experience any of these issues when applying your brakes on your new car, it may be that the car is a lemon vehicle. In that case, you can call us at the Guardian Lemon Law Group at 888.341.8537 today, to review your claim for defective brakes.

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Our legal team is ready to talk to you now, about your car brakes and the lemon laws regarding cars with defective brakes. We can review your lemon claim in several languages, including: English, Spanish, Portuguese, Tagalog, Armenian, Farsi, Arabic, Hebrew, Russian, French, German, and Korean. You can call us today at Guardian Lemon Law Group at 888.341.8537, to go over your case for free.

Manufacturers Beware, Because Car Bodies in the Manufacturing Plant Need to Be Handled with Kid Gloves, Literally

Did you know how your new car was manufactured in the manufacturing plant? Well, not to get into too many specifics, but it most likely was put together manually by humans, and also with technology that utilized robots. If there were no humans monitoring the robotic aspects of the manufacturing of your vehicle, there could be trouble on the horizon. For example, if your car was manually assembled and checked, then sent to a robotic station for the next phase of the assembly, but no one was watching, there will be heck to pay for this process. If this has occurred and the robot added, installed or attached a bent frame or part on your car, this may lead to a major defective problem with your vehicle later on.

Before you buy a new car, you need to check it out top to bottom, or have a trusted mechanic look it over for you. Take it home for a test drive if you can, and ask if you can take the car overnight. If this is possible, look at the car from all angles to determine if anything appears to be wrong with the vehicle. If you have already bought your new car and now you realize that it has lemon car properties, do not hesitate to call the car dealership and tell them of your concerns. You can advise the car dealership that you need your lemon car issues to be repaired in the car dealership repair shop, and these repairs should be performed for free. If you have any problems getting the car dealership to listen to your concerns, just call us today at the Guardian Lemon Law Group. We will help you to get where you need to go with the car dealership, the auto manufacturer, and get the recovery compensation that you need in this type of lemon car case.

Common Defects in a Car That Was Put Together Wrong at the Auto Manufacturing Plant

Besides the brakes, you can experience many other common defects on a lemon vehicle. It is not unusual to have more than one defect gone rogue, when you have a brake problem, including issues with other components such as:

  • Fuel leakage
  • Differential pressure monitoring
  • Crankshaft defects
  • Gearbox housing
  • Painted add on parts
  • Door assemblies
  • Bent chassis
  • Grinding noises in transmission
  • Parking brake defects
  • Steering wheel drifts to side
  • Antilock brakes lock wheels
  • Slipped transmission when driving
  • Delays in transmission when driving
  • Engine shaking
  • Engine vibration
  • Defective sunroof
  • Seat defects
  • Non-functional seat belts
  • Hazard lights defective
  • Headlights defective
  • Frame holes in body frame
  • Crumpling inside the trunk

We understand that it can be confusing to you, to review your case if you have more than one defect going wrong on your lemon car. Just call us anyway at Guardian Lemon Law Group at 888.341.8537, and we can go over the particulars of your lemon car claim.

Recent Victories for Subaru Owners of Lemon Vehicles

Subaru of America, Inc. is liable for a class development against them for Subaru batteries that are short out prematurely in their vehicles. On the off chance that you have purchased a Subaru Outback, Forester or Heritage in model years 2015-2020, or a Rising in the years 2019-2020, then you will be prepared for a defective battery claim related to this case. The case will be regulated as a class action, and the auto manufacturer will not evade responsibility for the damages, losses and personal injuries incurred by the consumers, concerning the flawed batteries that they permitted to be installed during the manufacturing process, into their lemon vehicles and SUVs.

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You are already eligible for a zero-fee guarantee, when you call us now on your lemon car claim regarding your failed and faulty brakes on your lemon vehicle. We are here 24/7, and are ready to talk to you about your concerns when you give us a call today.

Contact Us / Free Case Evaluation for a Brakes Lemon Car Claim

We are able to talk to you today, regarding initiating a lawsuit regarding your brakes and a lemon car claim. You can call us at Guardian Lemon Law Group at 888.341.8537, to get access to a lawyer with experience in settling out lemon car claims.

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