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Honda sued re window regulators

This lawsuit alleges that Honda sold vehicles with defective window mechanisms that caused the windows to drop into the door frame and break or become stuck in an open position.

Ford F-150 2015

This investigation is looking into allegations that the sunroofs, moonroofs, and rear windows of Ford model F-150 trucks leak, potentially causing damage to truck interiors.

This investigation seeks to identify Hyundai owners whose automobiles have experienced body paint peeling and cracking issues.

Subaru sued re defective hood locks

This lawsuit alleges that 2006 B9 Subaru Tribeca has a defective hood lock that can cause the hood to suddenly open during travel.

Volkswagen Group of America

This class action alleges that the Volkswagen violated state consumer protection laws when it built devices into certain of its cars that deliberately provided false readings when the cars were tested for emissions.

Oil for Oil Change

This class action alleges that the N63 engine, which BMW placed in many of its vehicles between 2008 and 2013, is defective, and that it causes problems involving burning oil, engine quality, and batteries. 

This lawsuit alleges that certain model Volvo have defective sunroofs and this defect allows water and moisture to seep into the floor pan causing property damage.

Interior View, 2011 BMW

This lawsuit alleges that the navigation system on the 2012 and 2013 BMWs was prone to systemic failure and malfunction because of a defect that causes it to generate incorrect directions, identify wrong current locations and points of interest, not locate streets and/or addresses, and suddenly reset, among many other problems. 

This lawsuit alleges that certain year Ford Explorers, Mercury Mountaineers and Lincoln Aviators contain a common defect that causes a body panel on the rear tailgate to sustain a vertical crack in the vicinity of the Ford, Lincoln or Mercury proprietary emblem.

This lawsuit alleges that certain year Chrysler Dodge Rams have a defective tie rod stud that can fracture under normal driving conditions and a defective cross car linkage system that allows contact between the ball stud and the ball housing, further weakening the rod ball stud.

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