While the procedures differ some depending on the state, the Michigan Lemon Law is fairly typical. The owner of the vehicle must provide written notice by return receipt after the third repair attempt or 25 days after the vehicle is out of service. The manufacturer also must be given one final opportunity to fix the problem after receiving the notice. The manufacturer must contact the consumer and arrange to repair the vehicle within five days of receipt of the notice. The consumer might also need to participate in the manufacturer’s dispute resolution program before pursuing a lemon law claim.
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