Dodge Lawsuit: Differential Failure in Hellcats, Demons Caused by Defect

Last Updated on January 13, 2023

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At A Glance

This Alert Affects:
Anyone who owns or leases a V8-equipped (5.7L, 6.2L or 6.4L) 2015-2022 Dodge Charger or Challenger (including Scat Pack, 1320, Super Stock Hellcat, Red Eye or Jail Break) or a 2018 Dodge Challenger Demon who has had problems with the rear differential.
What’s Going On?
A proposed class action lawsuit has been filed alleging that certain model years of the cars suffer from a major defect that causes the rear differential to fail, the car to suddenly become inoperable and riders to be at risk for injury. Attorneys need help to keep their case moving forward and want to speak with drivers who’ve experienced problems with the rear differential in their cars.
What Are Signs of a Failing Differential?
Howling, whining and whirling noises and vibration in the backseat, all of which can become more noticeable at high speeds and upon turning.