What Vehicles Are Affected?


Do you own or lease a Chrysler Town & Country or Dodge Caravan (model years 2015 to 2019) with remote power door locks?

Chrysler and Dodge customers have complained that the power door locks on their minivans stop working and fail to lock or unlock, with the door electrical switch or with a key fob. This defect causes the door locks to malfunction and has serious safety implications.

Chrysler and Dodge are reportedly aware of the existing defect in the remote door latch lock mechanism that causes premature failure of the locking mechanism.

The failure of Chrysler and Dodge to adequately address this known problem causes vehicle owners and lessees to replace or repair the malfunctioning power door lock mechanism at their own expense.

Chrysler and Dodge’s alleged failure to respond adequately to a defect in the door latch remote power lock mechanism may have caused vehicle owners to suffer economic damages for which there may be legal recourse.

If you owned or leased a Chrysler Town & Country or Dodge Caravan from model years 2015 to 2019 and the door latch remote locking mechanism failed, you may qualify to join this Chrysler and Dodge class action lawsuit investigation to recover any out-of-pocket repair costs you have incurred. 

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