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Some Chrysler drivers have experienced severe, life-threatening (not to mention expensive!) occurrences with their Chrysler vehicles — ones that may have to do with a “nerve center defect.”
Here’s what you need to know.
Drivers have experienced:
In addition, some drivers have also experienced bizarre occurrences like windows rolling up or down, horns honking, radios or blower motors turning or windshield wipers running — all on their own. Sometimes, the may occur when the driver is not even in the Chrysler vehicle, when the vehicle is turned off and the key is far away from the ignition!
The Chrysler nerve center defect may be attributed to all of these varied and serious issues, from stalling vehicles to failure to deploy airbags all the way to windows rolling up and down out of nowhere.
What is happening is Chrysler drivers are essentially losing control of their vehicles at random and unforeseen moments. You could be backing up from your driveway, stuck on the highway during rush hour or out on an open road alone. With this Chrysler defect, the opportunities for disaster, unfortunately, are endless.
And now, drivers are learning that Chrysler is asking them to pay for the defect’s repair themselves. That could cost up to $25,000!
The Chrysler Nerve Center Defect may exist in millions of Chrysler vehicles manufactured between the years of 2010 and 2014.
Chrysler vehicles that may be involved in a Chrysler lawsuit include: