Nissan Electrical Problems
Having issues with your Nissan vehicle? If so, you may be entitled to a refund, replacement, or cash settlement. Many consumers who own or lease Nissan vehicles have experienced a number of issues with the electrical systems in their vehicles.Do you want to see if you have a claim?GET STARTED
Electrical problems commonly reported by owners or lessees of certain Nissans include:
- Short in the electrical system
- Starter, alternator, and ignition switch issues
- Failure of the ignition power transistor
- Illumination of airbag warning or other warning lights
- Power steering failure
- Malfunction of the dashboard lights
- Failure to start
- Stalling and/or loss of power
- Failure of the occupant classification system (OCS) for the passenger side airbag
- Exterior light failure
These and other electrical system problems create potential safety hazards for drivers of Nissan vehicles as well as other drivers on the road with them.
If you purchased or leased any of the following Nissan models, whether new or used, you may be entitled to restitution under state and/or federal lemon laws:
Buyers and lessees are protected from being forced to drive a defective vehicle under California’s Lemon Law. To be considered a lemon, the vehicle must have a defect that is covered by the manufacturer’s warranty, and must be taken to a Nissan dealership for repair work. In addition, the manufacturer (via its authorized repair facility or “dealer”) must have failed to make repairs to the vehicle within a reasonable number of repair attempts (in some circumstances, if the vehicle is in the shop for an excessive amount of time, less repair attempts are required).
If you think that you’ve experienced symptoms of a defect in the electrical system of your Nissan, contact us to determine if you’re eligible for a refund, replacement, or cash settlement. You may still have a claim even if you no longer own or lease the vehicle in question. Our top priority is to get you the restitution you deserve without paying out-of-pocket legal fees.
But, a word of warning — the statute of limitations is running out on these types of claims. We can advise you as to whether there is still time for you to file a claim for legal compensation as well as whether your vehicle qualifies.
As practitioners at one of the largest Lemon Law firms in California, the attorneys at Strategic Legal Practices have years of experience when it comes to representing consumers throughout the state of California against the major automotive manufacturers. We have a team of experienced attorneys whose passion is consumer protection and who have greater than a 99% success rate.
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