Ford Lemon Law Information
Free Lemon Law Help for Ford Owners
The most common issues with defective Ford, Lincoln or Mercury vehicles include:
- Vehicle vibration while driving
- Vehicle noise while driving
- Transmission defects (slipping, slamming into gear, delayed shift)
- Fuel system issues
- Electrical defects
- Premature tire wear
- Brake noise and grinding
if you've experienced any of these issues or any other problems with your Ford vehicle and Ford's service department hasn't been able to fix the problems after 3, 4 or more repair attempts or after 30 or more days in the shop, YOU HAVE LEGAL RIGHTS UNDER STATE LEMON LAW AND FEDERAL WARRANTY LAW.
Get a Free Lemon Law Case Review
All 50 states and the District of Columbia have a Lemon Law that protects consumers from being stuck with lemon cars, trucks and SUVs. Most states Lemon Laws state that if the vehicle has been out of service 3 or 4 times (or more) or out of service for 30 days or more, the consumer may be entitled to a refund, replacement or cash compensation for their Lemon. Ford-Lemon-Law.com provides a Free Case Review for Ford owners with problem vehicles. Our national network of Lemon Law attorneys will review your claim and, if you are eligeble, provide Free Represenation for consumers with Ford lemons.
Under the Federal Magnuson-Moss warranty act, even if your vehicle does not qualify for protection under your State's Lemon Law , you may still be entitled to cash compensation for the manufacturer's breach of warranty and cash compensation. Find out if you qualify by filling out our Free On-Line Lemon Law Case Evaluation Form.
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Free Lemon Law Case Evaluation
Please fill out our Free Lemon Law Case Evaluation and your information will be forwarded to our national network of Lemon Law attorneys for a free, no obligation case review. If the attorneys decide to accept your case, you will not be charged any out of pocket attorneys fees (fees are recovered from the manufacturer under fee shifting provisions of Federal Warranty Law or under a contingency fee basis).