San Marcos, TX asked in Products Liability and Lemon Law for Texas

Q: What can i do?

In the end of march 2016, i bought a 2009 dodge journey which i was told it would be 9,000 with interest and everything, but when paying my first payment i saw my total payme t is 14,000.

Since i have had the vehicle 1)MANY many times the car does not start, 2)does not excelerate, i was told I need to buy new tires(which i never knew i had to do, dont know if they can do that).

When telling the dealers, im told i am not turning the key right or im pressing a button when turning the key. As well as they told me they put a smaller engine in my vehicle.or the car thinks i am a theif.I asked if i can exchange it for another vehichle i was told to wait for a couple more months. Since ive had it i have been stranded for hours because the vehicle doesnt turn on. They dont check it when i tell them my problems they just take it for a small drive and stare at the engine. They are useless.

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2 Lawyer Answers
Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing
  • Products Liability Lawyer
  • Wyomissing, PA

A: Look for a consumer law attorney in your area.

Tammy Lyn Wincott
Tammy Lyn Wincott
  • San Antonio, TX
  • Licensed in Texas

A: I recommend you contact Attorney Robert Dabaghian (Da-beige-in) out of San Antonio for a consultation. He is very experienced with lemon laws, etc.

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