With the recent Ford Class Action (Vargas, et al. v. Ford Motor Company) reaching a Settlement, I hope it's finally time to get rid of my problematic 2011 Ford Fiesta while Ford pays for it (it's currently at the dealership right now with transmission issues for about the 4th or 5th... View More
You are a member of the class, and thus entitled to participate in the benefits of the settlement if you meet the class definition. You do not NEED to be a plaintiff in order to participate in most class actions in the United States.
New tires 1yr ago as advertized are 4yrs old. Gas ignotor on fridge doesnt work. Plumbing leaks..hide snake for pipes..found it later...roof antenna is cominf off..motor in awning is bent..7prong wire for trailer is rotted..a/c doesnt get below 90 even at night. Slide out isnt square-she didnt put... View More
More info is needed. A lemon law or consumer protection lawyer can review and advise.
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a week after that same thing broke down had to get towed and the same thing after that I have now spent over 7,000 in repairs and I haven't even made my first payment yet the truck is only worth 8,000 dollars blue book and I cant get the car dealer to answer my phone calls or emails. do I have... View More
A auto place was supposed to do a free diagnostic on my car because my a/c blew out cold but not hard. I was returned a car with broken a/c that would not get cold at all. I took car to get a second look. And was told my freon was stolen from my car at the auto place. I live in AZ where the... View More
If they stole your freon, you can sue. It might be a matter for small claims court. You can also report them to the authorities.
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