Drivers who bought Jeep Wranglers in the model years 2009 to 2017 are reporting persistent problems with their Jeep’s Blend Door Actuator, potentially due to a manufacturing or design defect.
The air conditioning blend door actuator in a Jeep helps the vehicle’s heating and cooling system by controlling the temperature of the air which blows into the cabin of the car through the vents. Many vehicle owners are reporting a loud clicking or ticking noise in their air vents when they turned their key in their ignition or try to use their car’s air conditioning.
If the car owners were not warned of this possible defect before purchasing the car, the car owners may be a victim of a breach of warranty or the car seller may be liable for a product or manufacturing defect.
The attorneys of Finkelstein, Blankinship, Frei-Pearson & Garber, LLP have successfully brought lawsuits on behalf of consumers who have been taken advantage of by major companies. If you or someone you know purchased a Jeep Wrangler and experienced mechanical difficulties, please contact us today to discuss your legal options.