Everything You Need to Know About Filing a Dodge Dart Recall Claim
Vehicle recalls are issued for a number of reasons. The recalls are primarily because a vehicle is unsafe to drive or it needs repair or replacement. As a Dodge Dart owner, you are solely responsible for ensuring that your vehicle has met the required performance and safety standards.
By making a check, you can see if your vehicle is affected and how to get the issue resolved. At DoNotPay, we can help you do a VIN check as well as help you check if your Dodge car has an existing open recall. We'll also help you with other recalls, including:
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How Do I Make a Dodge Dart Recall Claim?
Before making a claim for your Dodge Dart, you should check if your vehicle has an open recall. On many occasions, you will receive a mail notification from the manufacturer to notify you of your recall. Nevertheless, if you haven't received any notification, here is what you need to do:
|Look for Your Dodge Vehicle Identification Number||The first step is to copy your 17- digit vehicle identification number (VIN). Your VIN can be found on your insurance card, purchase documents, near the windshield on the driver's side dashboard, title/registration, and inside the driver's door.|
|Enter the 17-digit VIN||Once you've received your VIN, plug it in the manufacturer's website to receive a list of all the incomplete and complete recalls. Additionally, you can call NHTSA at 888.327.4236 to find the same information. You will, however, still require your VIN.|
If your Dodge Dart vehicle is affected by a current recall, you can take your vehicle to any authorized Dodge dealership to get a free repair.
What Happened with the Dodge Dart Recall?
When the Dodge Dart came to market in 2013, it wasn't the first time. Originally it got to the market in 1960, and it continued holding a stable place till 1976 when it was discontinued for the first time. The vehicle came back to the market in 2013, but it didn't sell as expected by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) as this wasn't the best time to re-introduce it to the market.
The 2013 Dodge Dart took the place of the Dodge Caliber, and it was a better vehicle than that. The Dart was good-looking with a roomy cabin, and the navigation and voice recognition worked very well. Nevertheless, about four years later, it was discontinued again. This is mainly because the vehicle received several complaints, mostly centered on transmission and suspension.
Another problem was the average mileage the car reached when trouble set in. Averagely, the vehicles began experiencing suspension issues at 15,000 miles, and the transmission issues hit around 37,000 miles. The vehicles also experienced engine and shifting difficulties. While the 2013 models received the highest number of complaints, the 2014 models too had serious engine problems, and by 2016, the Dart was discontinued again.
As a result, FCA recalled more than 320,000 Dodge Dart compact vehicles in North America - including 20,117 in Canada. Additionally, the recall covers about 298,000 U.S. vehicles, about 900 outside of North America and 3,400 in Mexico.
Do I Immediately Get a Recall If I Report My Dodge Dart?
Reporting a Dodge Dart does not always guarantee a complete recall since recalls don't always affect every vehicle of the same make, year, and model. This is why you need to check your specific Dodge Dart for any open recalls, as well as have solid evidence about your vehicle's deficiency.
Depending on the issues your vehicle is experiencing, it's crucial to compile enough evidence before reporting your Dodge Dart to request a recall. At DoNotPay, we can help you build a solid argument to claim your vehicle's refund, replacement, or repair.
How to Look for Safety Recalls On Your Vehicle Using DoNotPay 's Car Recall Monitor?
Whether you own a new or used Dodge Dart vehicle, it's crucial to check for recalls. This is because driving a recalled vehicle can result in accidents and fatalities. Through our car recall, you will be able to check for recalls easily. Here is how our call recall monitor works:
- Enter your vehicle information, including the make, model, and year.
- We'll automatically check the NHTSA database to see if your car has been involved in any recalls.
- We'll generate a report summarizing all the recalls, including the recalled date, NHTSA campaign number, required remediations, and more.
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