Class Eligibility

You are a member of the class if purchased or leased a model-year 2011, 2012, and/or 2013 Dodge Durango or Jeep Grand Cherokee in the United States

Estimated Amount

Varies

As a member of this settlement you are eligible for repairs or reimbursement for prior repairs and associated costs to include expenses such as car rental

Proof of Purchase

N/A

Claim Form

In lieu of a claim form you are to submit evidence of all associated expenses inclusive of repairs to the following address:

FCA US LLC Customer Assistance
P.O. Box 21-8007
Auburn Hills, MI 48321-8007

Case Name

Peter Velasco , et al. v Chrysler Group
Case No. 2:13-cv-08080-DDP (VBKx)
District Court for the Central District of California

Case Summary

According to the documents of this lawsuit the Totally Integrated Power Module (TIPM) that was installed in model-years 2011, 2012, and 2013 Dodge Durango and Jeep Grand Cherokee vehicles have notable defects that present risks to the safety of drivers. According to the plaintiff the manufacturer violated the law by failing to disclose said defects to consumers

FCA US denies that it did anything wrong but will settle to avoid trial

Settlement Pool

N/A

Deadline

TBD

Contact


Velasco v. Chrysler Settlement
c/o Dahl Administration
PO Box 3614
Minneapolis, MN 55403-0614
TIPMSettlement@DahlAdministration.com
1-866-416-0309

57 responses to “Dodge Durango & Jeep Grand Cherokee Class Action Settlement”

  1. Sherry says:

    I own a 2012 Jeep Cherokee. Am I intitled to this claim.

    ADMIN – Hi Sherry

    You are eligible for this settlement if purchased or leased a model-year 2011, 2012, and/or 2013 Dodge Durango or Jeep Grand Cherokee in the United States.

  2. cindy says:

    we have a 2009 dodge nitro and have had the same issues why is the nitro not part of this claim

    ADMIN – Hi Cindy,

    If you believe you may have a class action consider contacting class counsel.

  3. Barbara says:

    I owned a 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee and the power module stopped working twice. My wipers would not shut off, I had no blinkers or display so I did not know how fast I was going. Jeep dealership refused to tell me what the issue was, just repaired it. The only reason they worked on the car the second time at no charge was because I had my dying husband with me. Because of the issue with the module, my husband (dying of cancer) could not enjoy a short road trip for his last birthday before the cancer stopped him from being ambulatory.

    ADMIN – Hi Barbara,

    Sorry to hear.

  4. Eric Hagler says:

    I was ripped off

  5. Rebecca Holman says:

    I owned then sold my Jeep cherokee. So does this action pertain to me or not..?

    ADMIN – Hi Rebecca,

    This settlement applies to you if your Jeep Cherokee was from the affected year and you made the repairs and have receipts for said repairs.

    If you incurred repair or rental car expenses related to a failed TIPM you may be eligible for reimbursements. You can make a reimbursement claim for past repair expenses by sending your original receipts and/or other proof of payment to FCA US Customer Assistance.

  6. Brian says:

    What is the status of the class action lawsuit. I thought there was a fairness hearing on Jan 11th, what was the outcome of the fairness hearing?

    ADMIN – Hi Brian,

    I have not seen an update on this one. When I do I will post it on Facebook.

  7. cliff says:

    I own a 2010 and 2012 bought both at auction they both have the same miss in the number two cylinder and cannot smog is this covered

    ADMIN – Hi Cliff,

    Per the conditions of this settlement you must provide documentation of having paid to have the issue fixed.

  8. Katy Van Niewaal says:

    2012 Durango

  9. Halisha b says:

    I took my dodge Durango 2011 into the dealership due a recall on the alternator and to find out why the air bag light was on along with the check engine light. The dealership had me pay for a diagnostic check to tell me the censor is bad regarding the air bag and the oil censor is bad as well. The gentlemen went on to tell me that the oil censor light is an internal failure with no reason why it malfunctioned, it just did however I would have to assume responsibility for the work that’s needed. A week later the wheel traction censor came on and I was told its a computer issue. Mind you the car just turn 5 years and all these things are going wrong at once. Two years into me owning the car it just cut off on me and would not start up again, the car needed to be serviced and again it was a censor that caused the car to shut down. The car has a nice look but all the problem just aren’t worth the headache.Please reply what am I to do?

    ADMIN – Hi Alisha,

    You file a claim.

  10. Jennifer Skeels says:

    2012 Dodge Durango c/o,Year It had engine light,problems shortly within year of purchase & major continuous break downs followed,Prayed.Placed it in PARK!IT’s Staying!Bahahahaha,8,000 worthless😇

  11. Ronnie says:

    Hi do this mean wrangler jeep

    ADMIN – Hi Ronnie,

    No. This settlement does not include Jeep Wranglers

  12. A. Edwards says:

    own a Jeep Grand Cherokee in the United States

  13. Franchet says:

    I have a 2011 dodge Durango, in which the alernator caught on fire and cause the vechicle to shutndown in the middle of a major highway. All the repairs cost $1300 and they refused to give me a loaner car until I started fussing about everything and all the complaints people have been dealing with on this particular vehicle. I have owned this truck for 2 years. Is this covered under this lawsuit?

    ADMIN – Hi Franchet,
    You are a member of the class if purchased or leased a model-year 2011, 2012, and/or 2013 Dodge Durango or Jeep Grand Cherokee in the United States

  14. Katie says:

    I found a few websites that show the 2012 Dodge Grand Caravan was apart of this lawsuit. Am I able to get my TIPM reimbursed as it is acting up?

    Thank you.
    -K.A.

    ADMIN – Hi Katie,

    Per the terms of the settlement you are a member of the class if purchased or leased a model-year 2011, 2012, and/or 2013 Dodge Durango or Jeep Grand Cherokee in the United States

  15. Tameka Jackson says:

    I purchased a 2013 Dodge Durango in June of 2013. I started having problems qith the first couple of weeks. I have a couple lights that kept coming on . I looked in my owners manual and tried to follow the instructions listed. I took vehicle to dealership and they said it had many issues. They kept my vehicle for a month and I had a rental. I calles the BBB and filed a claim because the dealership said that they find anything wrong with the vehicle. So the BBB looked into and they dealership told them that my car have several issues. Long story short this waa the underlying issue ans they didnt fix it so I ended up lwtting them repo my vehicle in January of 2014 and in Febuary this issue became know all over the US. Am I able to get this settlement they are currently trying to sue me?

    ADMIN – HI Tameka,

    I am not sure if you are able to claim for a car that you defaulted on. Please contact the admin directly using the info we provide above.

  16. Zack Hughes says:

    I own a 2011 Jeep grand cherokee. Does this suit include the heat/air temperature not working?

    ADMIN – Hi Zack,

    I am not certain if it is included. I would assume that the heat/air system is an electric component thus controlled by the TIPM but please call the admin to ask.

  17. Garit Grant says:

    Hi I currently own a 2011 Dodge Durango how do I go about filing my claim?

    ADMIN – Hi Garit,

    This is an old settlement. You no longer have legal recourse.

  18. Travis jones says:

    I own a 2010 grand jeep Cherokee how do I file my claim

    ADMIN – Hi Travis,

    In lieu of a claim form you are to submit evidence of all associated expenses inclusive of repairs to the following address:

    FCA US LLC Customer Assistance
    P.O. Box 21-8007
    Auburn Hills, MI 48321-8007

  19. Blake Kanickij says:

    I own a 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee and just had my TIPM replaced at the dealer for $1,100. Can this be reimbursed?

    ADMIN – Hi Blake,

    I believe that model is part of the class.

  20. Yesenia Portes says:

    I own a 2013 Dodge Durango brought cash for it. One morning I went to turn it on and it would not I had it towed to the dealer and car motherboard was out it would not be covered under our extended warranty totally rip off had truck about 6 month from certified dodge dealer. Would take $5000 to fix. After I put all my money to pay it off.

  21. Didi says:

    We purchased a Dodge Durango in 2011 when station in Italy
    They shipped our car from US to where we were stationrd. Are we entitle for the claim?

    ADMIN – Hi Didi,

    Was the dealership on base and the car US specs?

  22. Scot Anderson says:

    I own a 2011 Jeep Cherokee and should be included but I can’t fill out the claim due to the site comes up “error 404” how can I make sure I’m included

    ADMIN – Hi Scot,

    The deadline for this settlement has passed.

  23. Toya Sanders says:

    How do I file a claim? My 2013 Durango shut off while driving 30mph after i had all recalls supposedly “taken care of” at the dealership. Dealership charged me $100 diagnostic fee to tell me “electrical problems”!!

    ADMIN – Hi Toya,

    I believe this is no longer available. You may want to write to the address I provided and see if they will accept but the website was taken offline.

  24. robert cantara says:

    i bought a 2015 200 but the thing was a lemon…it would slip out of gear…the radio came on and off by itself..so we decided to trade this in since because there was know and to problems ..there was the camera came on and off at any time while you had it in drive it showed you the backup display …..so we settled for
    a jeep cherokee 2016 …now some of the problems have shown up …due them keeping my 200 for seven months …i was not going to make payments on a vehicle i had to leave at their shop for seven month….so i told them and the bank to come out and pickup the jeep …

  25. Shannon Jones says:

    How can we get a class action lawsuit started against Chevrolet because everyone I know that owned a 2006 thru 2009 Chevy Impala they had to get their transmission replaced including myself. They never issued a recall on their transmissions and it should’ve been

    ADMIN – Hi Shannon,

    You can search for a class action law firm in your area.

  26. Vince says:

    Does this claim include 2011 jeep patriots?

    ADMIN – Hi Vince,

    No

  27. Vivian Dockery says:

    2103 Durango..sudden acceleration from a parking spot at rest area causing collision into 2 other vehicles(brakes firmly appiled). Airbags did not deploy. Incident occurred on 5/13/2017.

    ADMIN – Hi Vivian,

    Not sure if the integrated power module triggers acceleration but it would be worth checking with the class action admin.

  28. Angela Derubbio says:

    I submitted proof of repairs but havent heard anything back and i have moved to a new address, how can i find out more information on whether or not i will be reimbursed for repairs? Thank you @

    ADMIN – Hi Angela,

    You can contact the class action admin.

  29. Cody George says:

    I have a 2007 Chrysler Sebring with these same issues, my car actually stalled about two weeks ago and I hit a curb messing up my rim. I took it in to my mechanic and he said it is a faulty tipm, he said he has seen it before. I swear the is possessed, radio turns on and off, windows work then don’t work, right drivers side headlight flickers on and off so I finally unplug it. They should refund anyone with these issues.

    ADMIN – Hi Cody,

    If you feel you are a member of a wider class I would recommend for you to contact a class action attorney.

  30. Pamela Hughart says:

    we have a 2005 durango, that does the same thing, stalls out for no reason, going around a corner and stalls out, then runs ok, then out of the blue it will start up again, have done research and it is a fairly common problem for that year, but no recalls were ever issued.

  31. Deborah Whitney says:

    I have a 2011 Dodge Grand Caravan which had a faulty TIPM which cost me $1400 to replace. These were included in the original lawsuit but the settlement only covered the Jeeps and Durangos. Feeling pretty ripped off.

  32. Scott Brewer says:

    I have a 2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee. I tried to click on the link and it’s not working

    ADMIN – Hi Scott,

    The deadline for this settlement has passed

  33. MARCUS CLOSE says:

    On a jeep

  34. Michelle West says:

    I purchased a 2011 Dodge Durango on March 13, 2016, it was back at the dealership on March 17th for issues. Since purchasing the vehicle, countless mechanical issues have arisen including having the motor replaced at 40,000 miles. This truck has been in the shop more than in my driveway and currently at the dealership for repairs for the FCW indicator that throws the truck into 4th gear immediately, causing you to slow to a stop to cut the truck off and back on to regain control!

  35. Mary Teixeira says:

    I own a 2011 Dodge Durango purchased brand new. Had rapid alternator failure which fried the battery and computer. Dodge won’t cover the repairs (car is still being fixed) because it has over 80000 miles on it. Car has 84,000 miles. I did have to pay for a rental car. Is this repair covered in the lawsuit and if not, is there a lawsuit for the alternator recall? Thanks,

    ADMIN – Hi Mary,

    The deadline for this settlement has passed and I don’t know of any other recourse.

  36. Marlowe says:

    I have a 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee that has suspension problems that are breaking me… this was suppose to be a dependable vehicle… only had it a year and have had to have a fuel sensor changed out and now 2 months later this suspension problem… please please if you know about a class action law suit I want to be part of it. I don’t know how I am ever going to recoop the money… will never buy a jeep again! thanks for your help

    ADMIN – Hi Marlowe,

    If I know of any class action settlement I usually post it on this website.

  37. denyce alford says:

    2012 jeep Cherokee owner TIPM just went out and took out my battery also, so far a quote of $ !700 plus is where we stand and a $270 tow charge and what I understand is there is no legal recourse. Very upsetting!!!!!!!!!!

  38. Nelda orrega says:

    I owned a 2011 jeep Cherokee and it was a total diaster driving it after a couple months the ignition switch gave out and the computer had to be hit in order to get it started do I qualify for this claim

    ADMIN – Hi Nelda,

    No, the deadline has passed.

  39. Heather says:

    i purchased a 2011 dodge durange direct from a dodge dealership, why did I not ever recieve a post card about this class action case? Ive already dumped thousands into this thing!

    ADMIN – Hi Heather,

    I have no idea. Did you move?

  40. Randall A. Robinson says:

    I have 2007 Dodge Dakota 3.7 L V6 w/ 72K miles. It has the torque converter shudder problem (commonplace I’ve learned) from about 34 mph to 50 mph. There are a couple TSBs on the problem. Is my Dodge’s issue part of the settlement?

    ADMIN – Hi Randall,

    Even if it was you cannot file as the deadline has passed.

  41. Ysen Ovalle says:

    Hi,
    I leased a 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee, which I leased in June of 2013. After many services appointments with no resolution I decided to file a Lemon Law Claim. I was issued my payments back minus my miles used. I had to pay my rentals each time the car was in service( I have all my paperwork). Please let me know if I am still eligible. Thank you.

    ADMIN – Hi Ysen,

    The deadline for this settlement has passed. You are no longer eligible

  42. Keith LaCosse says:

    I have a 2011 Chrysler Town and Country Minivan, and have had a kinds of problems, from having to have a new hood due to surface rust before we had 30,000 miles on it, to the heat/AC control module going on it and having to have that replaced. It’s been a lemon, since we bought it with 50 miles, only have around 64,000 miles on it now after 6 years. Is there anything that can be done about
    this?

    ADMIN – Hi Keith,

    For lemon cars you can always hire a private lawyer.

  43. Greg Turpin says:

    My wife owns a 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee which caught fire during a trip from Mississippi to Alabama, on board was her mother and sister. The roof lining caught fire causing a lot of damage to the interior, drivers seat and the exterior paintwork. Thankfully there was on injury to mother and sister, bu my wife had toxic smoke inhalation problems for which she received treatment.
    The cause was the wiring in the vanity mirror on the drivers side shorting to ground because of faulty wire routing. This fault is the subject of recalls by Chrysler, two in fact, and on both occasions when called to do so, my wife took the vehicle to the accredited dealer, and on both occasions the vehicle was declared trouble free.
    My wife has all the paperwork from the recall visits, I would like to know if there is any class action on this issue. We live in Mississippi.

    ADMIN – Hi Greg,

    There is not but you should consider contacting a class action attorney in your area.

  44. Chuck Hahn says:

    Purchased used 2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland July 2017. Within weeks of purchase turn signals (right) did not function properly and just this passed week I had to have it towed into the local dealership because it wouldn’t start. Service manager says I need a new TIPM and perhaps a new fuel pump. We’re talking over a grand for these repairs. Is any of this covered by this lawsuit?

    ADMIN – Hi Chuck,

    The deadline for this settlement has passed. You no longer have legal recourse.

  45. Alejandro De Los Angeles says:

    I own a 2011 Dodge Durango Citadel in which my alternator caught on fire is this part of the lawsuit? If it’s how can I be part of it? Do I suppose to be receiving a letter about it?

    ADMIN – Hi Alejandro,

    The deadline for this settlement has passed. You no longer have legal recourse.

  46. Ashley Mount says:

    Purchased ’10 journey in 2015 have had a number of repairs with issues that are associated with this lawsuit. I’m just Finding out there is a lawsuit and now I see the deadline has passed? Seeing that I purchased and repaired well within the timeline, what would my next course of action be for a car I’m still paying on that I cannot drive?

    ADMIN – Hi Ashley,

    You could privately hire a lawyer and try your luck that way.

  47. Brian Maxson says:

    I own a 2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee and i am having starting issues and fuel Pump TIPM issues that have caused my Jeep to shut off while driving. What do i need to do to become a part of the class action to get this resolved?

    ADMIN – Hi Brian,

    I am afraid you are too late. The deadline for this settlement has passed.

  48. Sophia says:

    I purchased a 2012 Dodge Durango on August 26 2017 and I am having problems. It will turn over but not start. I carry it to the dealer and they said because a code dont duplicate they can’t do anything. My question is direct dealers should kbow about recalls and problems. Why sale a vehicle you know have a recall. Is there any answers to whay I can do?

    ADMIN – Hi Sophia,

    Dealers generally fix recalls before selling a vehicle.

  49. Dianne M East says:

    I own a 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland with starting problems for the past 4 months. Mileage 50,000. At dealership several times, battery replaced and fuel pump replaced. Still having starting problems. What was the deadline date to file a claim for the class action suit?

    ADMIN – Hi Dianne,

    Mid 2016 if I recall correctly.

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