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Common Transmission Problems in Lemon Law Cases

  Norman Taylor & Associates
  October 14, 2020

It probably goes without saying that a vehicle without a properly operating or functioning transmission system will inevitably run into some problems.

As experts in the field of lemon law, the attorneys at Norman Taylor & Associates know all too well about common transmission problems that occur because of defective vehicle parts. Here are some of the most common issues with these systems:

Leaking Transmission Fluids

Seeing a puddle of transmission fluids under your car is one of the most obvious signs of a bad transmission.

Issues Shifting Gears

A bad transmission can cause unwanted shifting between gears as well as make it more difficult to shift yourself.

Overheating or Burning of Transmission

If you begin smelling a burning odor around the engine area of your car, it could be burnt transmission fluids and point to a bigger issue with the system.

Grinding or Clunking Noises

Unusual sounds when starting or driving your car can point to a faulty transmission.

Relief Under California Lemon Law

If you purchased a vehicle and it came with transmission issues that either reduce your driving safety or diminish the vehicle’s value, you are entitled to relief under California’s lemon law. At Norman Taylor & Associates, our legal team can review your case and determine if you are eligible to file a lemon law claim for a refund, replacement/repair, or other forms of compensation.

We offer free, no-obligation consultations, so you have absolutely nothing to lose by contacting our firm to explore your legal options.

To get started on your lemon law case, contact Norman Taylor at (888) 449-7639 or fill out our quick online contact form.

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