I bought my Jeep Wrangler Rubicon brand new in June 2015, on December 2015 I had to take it in to have the roof leak fixed. On January 2016 I had to bring it back again to have another leak fixed. On March 2017 I had to bring it back again for two leaking roof fixes. About a week later I had to bring it in again to have electrical fixed because the Jeep would randomly beep at me and the sway bar light would flash. I was told they couldn't find a problem and they did a reset (per Chryslers instructions) By Monday April 3rd, my Jeep is now beeping and lights are flash and are being stuck on while driving down the road. The first time I took the Jeep in for the leaking roof it was about 10,000 miles. I am not at a little over 36,000 miles...does this qualify for the lemon law?
The Washington State Motor Vehicle “Lemon Law” was enacted to help new vehicle owners who have substantial continuing problems with warranty repairs. The law allows the owner to request an arbitration hearing through the Lemon Law Administration of Attorney General’s Office. An owner can request arbitration under Lemon Law at any time within 30 months of the vehicle’s original retail delivery date. There will be no charge for the arbitration process. After an arbitration hearing, an arbitrator will decide whether a consumer’s claim meets the requirements under the law.
Note: The Lemon Law does not allow a consumer to stop making loan or lease payments while pursuing a Lemon Law claim.
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