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Class action lawsuit regarding Engine Replacement

jas

New Member
May 1, 2024
1
0
Truck Year
2018
I would be willing to head up filing a class action suit regarding engine replacement. I am wondering how many people out there have had engine replacement issues or extremely high cost to replace the motor. How many people are there that would join this???
I'm in mine blew up with 49,565
 

ofcmead

New Member
May 6, 2024
1
0
Truck Year
2016
Id be in as well. Mine just blew at 119,946 mi. No knocking, no warning, nothing. Literally perfect 2016 Laramie Longhorn.
 

biodiesel

Active Member
Nov 24, 2020
181
76
Truck Year
2015
Not to be Debbie Downer, but you're the 3,527th person who has made this type of comment. Everyone who makes these types of announcements are never to be seen again. In other words, it appears to be a pipedream.
Just for the record, the original person who started this post hasn't been seen since January. When I said, "Everyone who makes these types of announcements are never to be seen again", I wasn't joking.
 

Dragonsyt57

New Member
Dec 23, 2021
5
2
Truck Year
2014
These are the law firms that handled the Ecodiesel Settlement:
On behalf of the Class: David S. Stellings Lieff Cabraser Heimann & Bernstein, LLP 250 Hudson Street, 8th Floor New York, NY 10013 Telephone: (212) 355-9500 E-mail: [email protected] b.

On behalf of the Fiat Chrysler Defendants: William B. Monahan Sullivan & Cromwell LLP 125 Broad Street New York, New York 10004-2498 Telephone: (212) 558-7375 E-mail: [email protected]

Neutral: Kenneth R. Feinberg, Esq. Law Offices of Kenneth R. Feinberg, PC The Willard Office Building 1455 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Suite 390 Washington, DC 20004-1008 Telephone: (202) 371-1110 E-mail: [email protected]

see below excerpt from the final judgment how much law firm eat out of the settlement money:
The Court GRANTS Class Counsel’s request for attorneys’ fees and costs, and AWARDS Class Counsel $59 million in attorneys’ fees and $7 million in costs to be paid by the Defendants in addition to the compensation available to the Class, and to be allocated by Lead Counsel among the PSC firms and additional counsel performing work under Pretrial Order Nos. 3 and 4. 6. The Court AWARDS the Settlement Class Representatives service awards of $5,000 each, also to be paid by the Defendants in addition to the compensation available to the Class.
I have a 2014 ecodiesel Ram and the engine blow
 

Truelok

New Member
Jun 4, 2024
3
0
Truck Year
2021
I would be willing to head up filing a class action suit regarding engine replacement. I am wondering how many people out there have had engine replacement issues or extremely high cost to replace the motor. How many people are there that would join this???
Include me
 

mlinth

New Member
Jan 8, 2022
4
3
Truck Year
2015
My engine on my 2015 blew at 150,000 miles while on a trip. Went to pass a car and as I came back into the lane, she started knocking. Had to have it towed into a dealership about 500 miles from my home, rented a car to get home and 5 months later, had a new engine at a cost of $12,500. Nothing covered according to the dealership. Once the engine was put in and I took the truck back home all of a sudden had problems with my DEF system. Had to replace from the injector back to the pump and the pump. Seems the DEF fluid hardened in the lines and pump while the engine sat for 5 months. So now I have a new engine with about 30,000 miles on it with 189,000 on the odometer. I sure would join any law suite filed. The dealer never did tell me what happened, just said they'd ship it back to FCA and let them figure it out.
 
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