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Cadillac Lemon Law Attorneys

If you’ve brought your purchased or leased Cadillac in for repairs repeatedly, call 1(833) 4MY – LEMON to speak with a Cadillac lemon law attorney about your case for free.

The experienced trial attorneys at Wirtz Law will protect your Lemon Law rights and pursue your claim at no cost to you. Our proven success record speaks for itself.

At Wirtz Law APC, our experienced trial teams are dedicated to fighting for our clients and getting maximum damages, including civil penalties. Over the past 6 years, Wirtz Law APC has recovered more than $26,400,000 for consumers like you.

Common Defects

If you’ve had to bring your Cadillac in for repair two times or more for any of the following concerns, you may have a lemon. Call 1 (833) 4MY – LEMON to speak with a Cadillac lemon law attorney and get our team of experienced trial attorneys fighting on your behalf today.

Transmission Failure

The transmission or gearbox ensures that the correct amount of power reaches your wheels to drive at a given speed. The transmission ensures that the gear ratio between the engine and drive wheels adjusts to accommodate the desired speed of the car.

Common symptoms of transmission failures include:

  • Whining and clunking
  • Gears grinding
  • Burning smell
  • Lack of response, hesitation,
  • Lunging, or jerking
  • Noisy in neutral
  • Leaking fluid
  • Premature clutch replacements

Oil Leakage

Oil is responsible for lubricating parts of the engine, helping to absorb heat and reduce overheating due to friction. Most oil leakage is the result of degraded engine gaskets, oil pan leaks, oil seals, or bad connections.

Common symptoms of oil leakage, which can indicate a more serious problem, include:

  • Dark puddles under your car
  • Smoke from the engine
  • Engine overheating
  • The smell of burning oil

Electrical Failure

The car’s electrical system is composed of the battery, starter, and alternator and is responsible for things like starting the car, powering the dashboard, and other electricity dependent systems such as power locks, power windows, sound systems, and lighting, among others. An electrical failure can be caused by a loose electrical connection, a blown fuse, battery failure, or defective components.

Common symptoms of electrical failure include:

  • Battery problems
  • Engine won’t crank
  • Headlights aren’t working properly
  • Burning plastic smell
  • Fuses keep blowing out

Engine Cooling System Failure

A car’s engine cooling system is responsible for keeping the engine cool while it works to prevent overheating. The system does so by sending a liquid coolant through hoses and passages in the engine. As the coolant flows through these hoses and passages, it picks up and removes heat from the engine. The water pump has the job of keeping the coolant moving through the system, and the radiator re-cools the liquid so it can again be circulated through the passages in the motor.

Common symptoms of engine cooling system failure include:

  • Overheating, especially on city roads or “stop-and-go” traffic
  • Metallic smell coming from the engine compartment
  • Coolant leaks
  • Steam or smoke emanating from the engine compartment

*Note that your Cadillac may still be a lemon even if the issue is not listed above. Call 1 (833) 4MY – LEMON today to describe your unique issues and get a free case evaluation.

Is My Cadillac a Lemon?

Think you might have a lemon? If your Cadillac is on the list below and has required repeated repairs for the same issue, contact a Cadillac Lemon Law Attorney at 1 (833) 4MY – LEMON.

  • Cadillac ATS
  • Cadillac CT
  • Cadillac CTS
  • Cadillac DTS
  • Cadillac ELR
  • Cadillac Escalade
  • Cadillac SRX
  • Cadillac STS
  • Cadillac XLR
  • Cadillac XT
  • Cadillac XTS

*Note that your Cadillac may still be a lemon even if not listed above

Notable Cadillac Recalls

Vacuum Pump May Decrease Power Brake Assist Capabilities (NHTSA Safety Recall Campaign No.19V645000)

  • In September 2019, GM recalled 3.5 million vehicles, including many Cadillacs, with defective vacuum pumps.
  • According to GM, the amount of vacuum created by the pump may decrease over time. As the vacuum levels drop, the brake assist capabilities also decrease, increasing the braking effort and extending the distance required to stop the vehicle, which may lead to a crash.

Axle Roll Pins May Fracture (NHTSA Safety Recall Campaign No. 20V038000)

  • In January 2020, nearly 3,000 Cadillacs were recalled for defective roll pins in the rear-axle differential.
  • According to Cadillac, certain roll pins in the rear-axle differential may fatigue. If the pins become too weak, they may fracture and cause the differential to lock up. If this occurs while driving, the rear wheels may too lock up and affect the driver’s ability to control the vehicle, increasing the risk of a crash.

Damages Seat Heaters Can Cause Fire (NHTSA Safety Recall Campaign No. 18V595000)

  • In September 2018 Cadillac recalled nearly 53,000 vehicles equipped with defective front seat heaters.
  • According to Cadillac, the flexible seat heating mats inside the seats can become damaged over time. In cold ambient temperatures, the seat heaters in these vehicles can turn on automatically when the vehicle is remotely started. If a damaged seat heater is turned on while no one is inside the vehicle, it may overheat and increase the risk of fire.

About Cadillac

At Wirtz Law APC, we are dedicated to protecting consumers from large automakers like Cadillac.

Cadillac is a division of American Automaker General Motors (GM). Cadillac designs and builds luxury cars and SUVs distributed in 34 countries worldwide. Cadillacs are manufactured in plants all across the U.S. and in its Chinese plant located in Shanghai, China. Cadillac vehicles have historically done poorly in terms of sales. In 2019, Cadillac only sold 390,458 vehicles worldwide–a record for the brand.

In 2009, Cadillac’s parent company GM leveraged its American employees against the federal government, forcing American taxpayers to foot a 50 billion ($50,000,000,000.00) dollar bill to bailout GM.

Over the years, Cadillac vehicles have also become increasingly unreliable. Cadillac ranked 27th out 31 brands in the J.D. Power 2018 U.S. Vehicle Dependability Study. It topped only Jeep, Fiat, Land Rover, and Chrysler. The study measures the number of problems per 100 vehicles original owners experienced during the past 12 months of 2015 model year cars. The 2018 Annual Consumer Reports ranked Cadillac second to last only topping Volvo in terms of reliability.

Cadillac’s poor sales and reliability ranking continue today.

I think I have a lemon. What do I do now?

Under California’s Lemon Law, if you’ve given an automaker a “reasonable number of attempts” to repair your vehicle but the problems persist, your car might qualify for repurchase or replacement. Big automakers like Cadillac often try to muddy the water and re-define the analysis of Lemon Law qualification to their benefit – which is why consumers should never fight the big automakers alone! Generally speaking, as few as two (2) repair opportunities can be enough for your car to qualify. Don’t rely on Cadillac’s evaluation of your repair history, contact the professionals at Wirtz Law today.

How Wirtz Law Can Help

Over the past 6 years, Wirtz Law has recovered more than $26,400,000 for clients like you. On average, Wirtz Law APC fights for its clients in ten jury trials a year and settles many more cases at all stages of the litigation. We consistently recover more than just a buyback for our clients, recovering both actual damages and civil penalties against the automakers and distributors. We are the firm other lawyers hire when it’s time to go to trial, and consumers hire when they want their case handled right. We are ready to fight for your rights, today!

If you have a lemon, call 1(833) 4MY – LEMON to speak with a Cadillac lemon law attorney about your case for free.

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