DETROIT, Nov. 17, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Milberg LLP announces that it is investigating potential violations of law by Fiat Chrysler, relating to the Dodge Ram 2500/3500 trucks with the Cummins diesel engines. Model years 2008-2012.
We are investigating whether the catalytic converters are working correctly to eliminate nitrous oxide and other emissions. The Ram trucks with the Cummins diesel engines were advertised as the cleanest diesel engine in its class that deliver on Cummins' stated commitment to a cleaner, healthier environment.
But according to several reports, testing of a 2012 Dodge Ram 2500 showed that the vehicle did not meet the federal and California emission standards; indeed, it is alleged that the emissions were found to be 3.5 times the maximum limits over short distances, and even higher when driven for longer distances or uphill.
If Fiat Chrysler violated the law, purchasers of the may bring a lawsuit to recover money damages. Recently, Volkswagen paid owners of VW diesel cars thousands of dollars each after it was caught cheating on government emissions tests.
If you own a Dodge Ram 2500/3500 model years 2008-2012 and use it primarily for personal or household purposes, and would like information, or if you have information that may be useful to our investigation, please contact the following attorneys:
719 Griswold, Suite 620
Detroit, MI 48226
Phone number: (800) 320-5081
Milberg LLP has been representing consumers and investors for more than four decades and serves as lead counsel in federal and state courts throughout the United States, with offices in Detroit, New York and Los Angeles.
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SOURCE Milberg LLP