Electrical Jack problem is a common vehicle problem that happens to most car brands and models. The following is a sample list of Electrical Jack problems reported in most popular vehicles.
The car was a 2001 Chevrolet Silverado. The vehicle had a crash. The VIN of this vehicle was 2GCEK19TX1_. My truck was parked on a hill the emergency break didnt hold I had a trailer on the back and it caused the trailer to jacknife and damaged my bed. This issue happened on 05/30/12.
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The vehicle is a 2008 Chevrolet Avalanche. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of the car was 3GNEC12048_. Because my doors won't lock when put into drive it made me vulnerable to being carjacked. As they also won't lock when using the remote. This electrical jack problem happened on 05/18/2014.
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The car involved is a 2004 Chrysler Pacifica. I was jacking up the car to replace the brakes and the jack stand went right through the body sill! I looked closer and the entire undercarriage and subframe of the car underneath is completely rusted. Do not place your jack or jack stand near the body sill without checking it very closely. If your working on your Pacifica and it falls off the jack stands you could be killed! on my 2004 Pacifica, there is not one good place to put a jackstand. Everything is completely rusted. It is impossible to work on the car if you have to jack it up. This issue happened on Thursday, May. 1, 2014.
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The car was a 2005 Chrysler Pt Cruiser convertible. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of this Chrysler Pt Cruiser convertible is 3C3AY75S35_. Going over a speed bump my underbody scrapped the bump. When I got home I had a small amount of radiator fluid under my car the next morning. A few days later there was still small amounts of liquid under my car. Jack furriers repair shop said the oil cooler was damaged and had a small hole from the fins being bent. Repair is quite expensive because Chrysler has changed the styling of the part and it has to be replaced with the new part. The new part I was told would be being put in the place where it should have been put in the first place to be safer from the types of damages I got. Should be a recall covered repair. The car could overheat and cause other problems. This problem occurred on March 10, 2014.
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The vehicle was a 2006 Dodge Caravan. VIN of the vehicle was 1D4GP45R56_. Changing tire, vehicle jack failed and came crashing down almost killing the driver. Upon review found jack failed. Main bolt appears to have some kind of metal failure bolt bent and jack fall down. 2006 7 passager Caravan sxt model 3. 3 engine. Half tank of gas. This can be an issue if these jacks were made out of poor metal and now 8 years later they start to fail. This electrical jack issue occurred Thursday, May 15, 2014.
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The vehicle involved is a 2012 Dodge Ram 1500. Vehicle identification number (VIN) of the vehicle is 1C6RD7NT8C_. Dodge ram laramie1500 4x4 crew cab built in June 2012 has factory 20x9 aluminum chrome clad wheels with goodyear wrangler hp p275/60r20 tires. Problem with this is the spare tire & the factory jack. Had a rear passenger side tire blow out and had to jack the truck to fix the flat. First, the spare tire size is p235/85r17, my wheels are 20" rims and 1-1/4 higher over all. This truck has the electronic stability control (esc) which states to have the proper size rims & tires as this system may not function properly if they are different sizes. Secondly, the jack Dodge provides can't hold the weight of these trucks. This jack collapsed soon after raising the flat truck tire 1-2" off the ground, the worm gear looks like a u-bolt. Called both the dealer I purchased the truck from in December 2012 and Dodge. Neither is willing to help remedy these problems. Dodge did have a recall 12v192000 Jan 5th 6th 2012 for the spare tire not being sized correctly. Is this not the same case?. It was Sun., Jan. 19, 2014 when this electrical jack issue occurred.
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The vehicle was a 2014 Ford Escape. Friday evening I noticed something hanging down from the front of my car. The hard plastic and what I will describe as fire resistant insulator was 1/2 off. The pink plastic bolt in the frame was broken and further back where it appears to have been attached with a metal bolt; the hole around it on the plastic was too large. Now there are various electronic parts, belts, etc exposed. I was told by Ford that something hit the car or perhaps had been backed into by another vehicle not leaving visible damage, but causing pressure underneath, or the harsh minnesota winter caused this as they are seeing many things break. There are no signs of any damage and they refused to put it up on the jack to inspect. I do not feel that Ford is willing to even investigate their defective parts, in fact. I was told this was not a warranty problem but rather an insurance issue. Since I do not feel safe driving with all of this exposed I have tied it up to my grill with twine. The failure date was 04/04/14.
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My 14 month old, 2012 Ford Edge, has had numerous issues, some very serious! from the beginning, I have had issues with the sync system, the navigation system, and controlling the temperature. They have had to "update" my sync system more than once. I frequently get a "no key detected" message when driving. (push start system) the first time that happened I pulled off the road thinking it would stop running, and did $1400. 00 in damage to the car. (coverage was denied by the wheel and tire protection plan. ) later was told the car would not have stopped even if it didn't recognize that the key fob was in it. (a car-jackers dream!) I had a hole in my brake booster causing me to not have the benefit of power brakes. Found this out when I stepped on my breaks and wasn't stopping. I had the really push on them to prevent hitting a car. The battery died in 14 months. The latest is that the vacuum seal in the capless fuel system had a bad o-ring causing fuel to leak and vapors to escape. I truly believe that this car is poorly made. I'm just waiting for the next issue to surface. The failure date was Jul. 20, 2012.
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Vehicle identification number (VIN) of the vehicle is 1GKDT13S92_. On June 26,2010, I had a flat tire. I own a 2002 GMC Envoy. Luckily I was at home when I noticed I had a flat tire on the passenger side rear. I've changed flats before so I figured ok, I might as well get started. To my horror I discovered the hoist on the underside of the vehicle would not lower the spare tire. I could not believe this was happening. After trying for several hours underneath the vehicle I gave up. So my wife said call roadside assistance to help. I called them and they came to my home to assist. I had the vehicle jacked up and supported so the driver of the towtruck would take a look. Unfortunately, there was nothing he could do either. This is now total frustration. After several hours of deliberation, I decided to go on the internet to find a fix for this problem. Luckily, I found a forum of owners who had the same type of vehicle and who had experienced the same problems I had. Their suggestion worked for me, however, the real problem still exists with hoist on the vehicle. In my opinion, this is a very severe problem whick requires a recall. Gm made a huge gaffe with this one. This issue happened on Jun. 26, 2010.
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Acura Rsx 2002 to 2006 owners have experienced a flood in their rear tire well, causing tail lights, in some to rust out. This could cause a safety issue, particularly when driving at night and your tail lights have gone out. There is no recall on this issue, yet the blogs on Acura Rsx web site are huge! it's an expensive fix and not always covered by warranties. My car jack is rusted out and the spare tire won't come out due to excessive rust. The failure date was July 2, 2012.
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The vehicle involved was a 2004 Honda Element. Original equipment vehicle scissor-style jack had to be almost fully extended to have enough clearance for front left tire to be removed. Despite rear wheel chocked and jack in proper position according to owner's manual, jack gave way, allowing vehicle to fall resulting in crush injury to vehicle owner lower extremity. Jack lift seems to be inadequate for ground clearance of vehicle. This electrical jack issue occurred Thursday, April 3, 2014.
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The car is a 2013 Honda Civic. On 22nd March 2014, I was driving my one year old Civic on interstate 55 from jackson towards baton rouge. After travelling about 50 miles with an average speed of 65 to 70 miles per hour, I suddenly faced problem with acceleration. The acceleration went crazy spiking the tachometer between 4000 and 6000 rpm and the car was slowing down though I gave the acceleration. When I gave the acceleration, it was making roaring sound and rpm on tachometer is spiking between 4000 and 6000 rpm. Car was coming to stall slowly from 65 mph, before it could come down to standstill I turned on emergency lights and pulled the vehicle on to the shoulder. Fortunately two vehicles behind me past my car merging to left lane seeing my emergency lights on. After pulling the car on to the shoulder, I have put the car on to parking gear for few minutes and then again shifted back to drive. From thereon I did not face any acceleration problem again for the rest of my 2. 5 hours journey. For safety, I just stayed on right lane and drove with constant speed of about 65 mph through out my journey. It was really frightening experience when I was driving at 65 mph and suddenly accelerator not working and going berserk and car slowing down on interstate. I would like to know what could be the problem with my car and if there are any solutions for this. Please let me know, I am really worried now to drive my car on highways and to go on long drives. It was Sat., Mar. 22, 2014 when this electrical jack issue happened.
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The car is a 2012 Hyundai Tucson. The VIN of the problem Tucson is KM8JUCAC9C_. Today, my 2012 Tucson needed a tire put back on, after using a spare. On asphalt, level ground, I used the jack that came with my vehicle aligned as directed, and slowly lifted the car, driver front. The spare tire came off easily, without problems. As I aligned the tire to put on, the jack failed, twisting outwards and collapsing, twisting my right wrist badly. I had a jack stand under the car, or I could have been seriously hurt. However, the jack stand had been aligned for the car when the jack was lifting it. Because the jack failed it no longer aligned with the lift point, and pushed into the soft floor plate next to it. The failure of this jack is completely Hyundai's fault. I also worry that other people could be hurt by these faulty jacks. I have seen other reports made about this same issue, now that I have done research. It was Thursday, Apr. 3, 2014 when this electrical jack issue happened.
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The vehicle involved is a 2011 Hyundai Elantra. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of the car was 5NPDH4AE1B_. Car dealers are allowed to sell new cars with no spare tire or jack. I assume this is to increase the potential gas milage for advertising. Their policy is to only include a can of air which may or may not work when needed. They are also not keeping replacement tires in stock. This can of air is a hazard to keep in a car in arizona when the tempertures in the summer reach 115 degrees. And with the dealership not stocking the tires, my car was not driveable and strands the motorist. The failure date was May. 1, 2011.
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The vehicle was a 2001 Infiniti Qx4. VIN of the vehicle was JNRDR07YX1_. Body frame rusted behind the front wheel on passenger side. When I try to replace the flat tire , the car collapse over the jack. The car frame broke. It was Tuesday, Apr. 1, 2014 when this electrical jack issue happened.
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Vehicle identification number (VIN) of the vehicle is JNKCV54E76_. Tried to use tire jack on 2006 Infiniti G35 in my driveway. Driveway is concrete and level. When front passenger tire was approx 1' off ground the tire jack failed. It buckled and car came off it. Jack never used before. Major safety issue. Luckily no one hurt. It was May. 2, 2008 when this electrical jack issue occurred.
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The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) was 1J4GA59198_. 2008 Jeep Wrangler jk, equipment. The provided floor jack to change tires is insufficient. When placed in the recommended position to raise the vehicle (location in the owner's manual) the jack at full extension is not long enough to raise the vehicle. At full extension (also not recommended in the owner's manual) causes an unstable jack which increases the risk of the vehicle falling. The provided jack is too short making it unusable. To use the jack, you'd have to put makeshift blocks under it to raise it (not recommended), or buy an aftermarket jack. Hopefully, no one's been hurt yet. This electrical jack issue occurred Tuesday, June 1, 2010.
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The vehicle was a 2002 Jeep Liberty. When the contact used the jack to change the front driver's side tire, the jack became stuck in an upward position. He was unable to remove the jack from his vehicle. The dealer did not assist. The jack information and VIN were unknown. The failure and current mileages were 92,400. This electrical jack problem happened on Jan. 14, 2009.
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VIN of the vehicle was JTJHA31U74_. I used the floor jack on my 2004 Lexus Rx330 and the center pivotal rod fracture and broke into two pieces which caused the front right hand side of the vehicle to fall onto the floor. The one lucky thing that I was not under the vehicle, otherwise I could have been kill. It was Dec. 30, 2008 when this electrical jack issue occurred.
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The vehicle is a 2010 Mazda Tribute. For the past 6 months my car will periodically loose power, I would be in the middle of a busy street, in stop and go traffic, or anywhere, and suddenly have no acceleration at all. It would then jerk very violently until I just shut it off. After 2 or 3 episodes, my car would be fine for several weeks, before happening again. Early on there were no dash lights that came on and the dealership could not identify any problem. After about 4 months there was finally an engine light and a code that indicated an issue with the electronic throttle body. But the dealership says they are still not sure what is wrong with my car, because they could not duplicate the problem. Now my car is out of warranty, and I am still having the same issue, however it is occurring more frequently, to the point it is not safe to drive my car anymore. When my husband looked up the part 2 weeks ago the price was $176. 00 ¿ yesterday he called to get a price and they are now $350. 00 or more at dealerships,(grapevine Ford) that have them in stock, or dealerships that haven't jacked up the price (hiley Mazda), they are out of stock and on back order. It was Wed., Mar. 6, 2013 when this electrical jack issue happened.
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The car involved was a 2008 Mercedes Benz S550. I got a blow out in the rear left side tire. I was doing about 40 mph and did not go over anything that I was aware of. I went to change the tire using the supplied tire and jack. The jack was very flimsy and after I raised the vehicle the jack flipped over causing damage to my car, however I narrowly avoided personal injury. There is a plate under the vehicle at the jack contact point which also broke off the vehicle when the jack rolled over. The following are the defects I believe exist. 1. The jack is extremely flimsy and is difficult to set properly on the ground. 2. The jack plate on the car apparently is also not very stable. 3. The handle on the jack is very short and requires an extreme amount of strength to lift car. (no leverage)
4. The lug wrench is also very short and requires a lot of strength to loosen bolts, there is absolutely no leverage. I estimate the damage to my vehicle, which I blame on the defective jack to be about $750. 00. This problem occurred on 07/01/2009.
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The car involved is a 2007 Mercedes Benz Ml350. Vehicle identification number (VIN): 4JGBB86E67_. Collapse of jack due to failure of support point. Dealer claimed not vehicle problem. Have seen twice, once on Ml350 and once on gl450. This electrical jack issue occurred Tuesday, July 1, 2008.
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The car involved was a 2007 Mercury Montego. The factory-supplied vehicle service jack failed during a spare tire change. The jack is a standard mechanical screw jack with a 16-inch long, 3/8-inch diameter horizontal bolt screwed into a threaded support member in the jack. The threads in the threaded support member became stripped while the jack was lifting the vehicle, causing the jack to fully collapse and the vehicle to fall to the ground. The threaded nut in the support member no longer holds the 16-inch bolt in place, and metal shavings are seen on the horizontal bolt. There is no sign of thread wear on the bolt itself, so the failure is purely due to the threaded nut inside the support member of the jack. At the time of the collapse, the bolt was being turned using the factory-supplied jack handle. The jack was raised approximately 10 vertical inches from the bottom of the base to the top of the car contact point at the time of the failure. The jack had not yet lifted the vehicle enough off the ground to change the tire. This issue happened on 11/11/2012.
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The vehicle having this issue was a 1999 Mercury Marquis. Tl - consumer owns a 1999 Ford grand Marquis. The contact stated while changing the passenger side rear tire the factory issued jack failed to support the weight of the vehicle and bent. The equipment was not taken to the dealer to be inspected. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. The failure and current mileage was 88,000. Rvk. This issue happened on May. 30, 2011.
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The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) is JN8AS5MV6C_. There was crash involved with this problem. The jack that is supplied with the Nissan Rogue failed while the car was up and the front passenger tire was off, thus causing the car to crash to the ground and land on its rotor. If any part of my body was under the wheel well at the time, the vehicle would have fallen on me. This jack needs to be at its near maximum up position to lift the tire off of the ground. At this fully extended up position the jack does not support the car properly. It was 03/18/2014 when this electrical jack issue happened.
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The car involved is a 2009 Nissan Versa. The VIN of the car is 3N1BC13E69_. Hatchback latch, an electrical component, failed to operate. Replaced switch but according to many technicians, problem is more involved. Nissan fails to acknowledge problem endemic (per on line complaints) that part is defective. Hatchback needs to be accessed in event of emergency. Cannot remove spare tire, jack, etc. Without opening hatchback. Vehicle was not in an accident and hatchback mechanism simply failed. Once again, Nissan failed to provide any information or assistance. The failure date was Tue., Nov. 27, 2012.
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The car was a 2009 Saturn Vue. The VIN of this vehicle was 3GSCL53719_. While changing a flat tire on the driver side front tire, the factory-supplied screw-type jack collapsed, and bent almost in half. At the time of the incident, the parking brake was set and the jack was properly located. The manufacturer refused to replace the part. It was 03/26/10 when this electrical jack issue occurred.
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The car is a 2002 Toyota 4runner. VIN of the vehicle was JT3HN86R22_. I filed a NHTSA complaint (odi number 10569206 was assigned) on 13 March 2014 about this vehicle. On 14 March 2014, I took my 4runner to my local Toyota dealership after contacting Toyota customer service and logging a complaint ( case number 1403140451 ) with them on the 14th of March 2014 at their office in California and the customer service rep telling me documentation of the issue at my dealership would help me. This vehicle was bought in NY and remained up north for 10 years and according to emerson Toyota auburn, me records at 85,199 miles on 07/11/2012. Service adviser, stpierre, j r. 0 no. 0169230 condition1 at 85,199 miles . Used car prep. Vehicle being wholesaled per rich. Needs engine light on, a/c inop, rear axle housing very rusted and cracked, hood latch inop, radiator leaking, frame is soft. It had 85,404 miles when it came to florida on 07 September 2012 my 2002 Toyota 4runner sr5 with only 112109 miles at coggin Toyota at the avenues dealership on philips hwy in jacksonville, florida at 12:20pm on 14 March 2014 my complaint at the dealership on 14 March 20014 at 12:20. . . . . . . . . Customer states rear subframe is rusted. Check and advise. Their findings at 12:55pm on 14 March 2014. . . Case number 1403140451, found severe frame rust, holes in frame on right side, holes rusted through frame by gas tank on left side. Holes rusted through gas tank and leaking fuel. Upper rear track bar bracket rusted off of rear end housing, rear shocks rusted off. Front brake rotor backing plates rusted through. The vehicle is unsafe to drive due to fuel leak and extreme rust through of frame. I want this vehicle frame and axle fixed or bought back by Toyota. A Toyota dealership in auburn, me knew of this problem almost 2 years ago and sent it out the door. Totally unsatisfactory. It was 03/13/14 when this electrical jack issue happened.
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The vehicle is a 2013 Toyota Avalon. Vehicle identification number (VIN) of the vehicle is 4T1BD1EB8D_. Complaint: sun glare reflection coming from dashboard, safety issue, similar to NHTSA 10523373, 10519566, 10514871. On 04/01/13, james fewel Toyota national hq, documented my dash glare issue under file #1304012961: on 3-16-2013, we purchased a 2013 Avalon from coggin Toyota jacksonville. It has FL legal window tinting. The dash's chrome trim causes a glare issue on a sunny day, causing bright glare due to the amount of dashboard trim that is silver/chrome. It is a safety issue when there is so much glare coming from the dash area. What is Toyota's recommendation is to rectify the issue? on 05/21/13, lee bay, service director, Toyota avenues, responded: mr. Carey, I forwarded your pictures to our tech dept as well as submitted a product quality case. Response back from manufacturer has been that there is nothing that can be changed at this time to keep the glare coming off of the chrome trim panels. The ref for the dealer product report is case # 3346465 if you wish to call the cust spt center to update your case. Thank you, lee bay, Toyota avenues 904-470-3727. On 05/22/2013 renee toussaint at Toyota hq responded: mr. Carey, we are sorry for the concerns this condition has caused and have forwarded your email to a case manager here in our dept. The case manager will contact you via phone before the end of business, may 23, 2013. We have documented your email at our national hq under file #1305221628. On 05/23/2013 received a call from Toyota case manager jeffery_moore@Toyota. Com, so I sent him pictures showing the glare issue. There was never any further communication from Toyota hq on it. Bottom line: Toyota needs to come up with a fix to this safety issue, replacing all this glossy chrome with something non-reflective. Putting chrome in the dash area was a poor design. My wife often feels sick, due to the way this glare hurts her eyes. Thank you. This problem occurred on April 1, 2013.
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The vehicle involved was a 2002 Volkswagen Passat. 2002 vw Passat car jack (oem) failed under normal lifting operation to remove tire. Jack assembly twisted and bent during lifting process. It then became necessary to use an alternate jack to lift the vehicle to remove this oem jack from under the vehicle. Owner contacted vw of America to alert manufacturer of the safety concern and to request a replacement jack and was informed that the vehicle was no longer under warranty. The failure date was Saturday, July 31, 2010.
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The car is a 2001 Volkswagen Cabrio. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) is 3VWCC21V61_. I was changing tires and the brake pads of 2001 vw Cabrio using vw issued jack
the jack collapsed because ist slipped from it grove. It happened in three different occasions. I think it is universal jack for vw cars. Luckily, I was not hurt because the the wheel was still attached to the car with the wheel nuts loosened. This jack is dangerous and should be recalled. I can send the jack to you to be examined if needed. It was Sat., Aug. 20, 2005 when this electrical jack issue happened.
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The VIN of the car is YV1RS64A54_. I have 2004 Volvo S60volvo . I was trying to raise my vehicle on the oem jack came with my car to change the wheel. After few second I removed my tire , the jack collapsed - and my car came crashing down. I was lucky as I had stuck my head into the wheel well moments before to check my brake pads and rotors, and had my fingers around the suspension linkages. This electrical jack issue occurred Sunday, May. 2, 2010.
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The vehicle is a 2003 Volvo S60. The oem jack that came with my Volvo failed miserably when I had a flat tire. The jack was never used before this incident. While the jack was placed on a level surface and was completely vertical, the force necessary to spin the jack handle caused the jack to very slowly slide sideways in an increasingly precarious position. I stopped and started over several times only to render the same result. After several attempts, I was able raise the car high enough to attempt removal of the flat tire. The jack however was very unstable. While attempting to remove the tire, the jack failed and the car fell to the ground. Luckily, the flat tire was still on the car. Since I was in my paved driveway, I was able to use another jack. Since it wasn't a Volvo jack, I was able to use wooden blocks to crib or secure the car by stacking wood under the car as the jack raised the car so it wouldn't fall off the jack. The Volvo jack is bent and unsafe to use again, even though it wasn't safe to use the first time. I am reporting it as I have found many other Volvo owners on the web who had the same experience with their Volvos. This problem occurred on 08/14/2008.
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The vehicle was a 2004 Audi A4. The VIN of this vehicle was WAULC68E34_. : the contact stated while using the jack on level ground it bent causing the vehicle to fall. The dealership has not been alerted. This issue happened on Thu., Oct. 5, 2006.
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The VIN of the problem A4 is WAUVT68E72_. I was attempting to jack my Audi A4 quattro, when the factory supplied jack collapsed. I received a small scratch and the cladding on the car was gouged. This issue happened on Saturday, November 17, 2007.
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The vehicle involved is a 2003 BMW 5 Series. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) was WBSDE93493_. I backed my 2003 BMW m5 out of the drive way and heard a terrible sound, I attempted to drive the car forward, and the noise got worse. I returned the car to the drive way and put it on jacks and stands to find the noise. I discovered that the rear subframe was broken (I have pictures and will be getting the original parts back for testing) from the mount holding it to the frame. I have researched forums for 1999-2004 BMW 5 Series cars and have located 14 more people that have suffered the same fate (is has happened in 528, 540, and m5 models from 1999-2004). The repair is costing me approximately $4000. 00. If this break had occurred at highway speed the drive shaft and differential would have separated and would been free to fly around and cause severe damage to the car and anyone in it. This electrical jack problem happened on May 11, 2013.
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VIN of the vehicle was WBADM633XX_. I recently used the jack in my 1999 BMW 528i for the first time ever a few days ago. The jack is not compatible with the car. It is labeled for 1997 and 1998 cars - not the 1999 I own. While jacking to remove a tire the jack popped of of place with force and the car fell. Luckily I had not removed the tire. I contacted BMW customer relations and they refused to provide the correct jack. BMW policy if to not address any issue after the 4year/50,000mile warranty is expired. . . . Even if it is a safety issue. Hopefully the NHTSA can address this safety issue with BMW USA. This electrical jack problem happened on Tue., May. 10, 2011.
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The VIN of this vehicle was 3GYEK62N95_. I have a 2005 Cadillac Escalade ext, I was in las vegas and parked my vehicle in the first parking spot , which was the handicap parking in front of store . I was in there for no more than 20 minutes and my vehicle was stolen , I the called the police which gave me the number to onstar, then onstar told me they sent a signal to the truck, and the time frame was no more than 10 minutes of 8:50 . The outcome was that onstar did not locate the vehicle it was located by the police 6 days later. When I went to go to look at the truck at the tow yard I discovered that the onstar antenna was behind the rear view mirror , so the person who is stealing your vehicle just has to pull a plug out of rear view mirror and that disables the antenna. The truck will never be pick up because it will only take them two seconds from jumping in the vehicle to disable it . And the unit is behind the glove compartment which they just pull down the box and rip off the wires that connect the power and etc. . So my complaint is that onstar is not a good system to have for stolen location, I was tod to put lojack and the police told me this, so Cadillac knows this and they said that is not a good reasons for me to have Cadillac look into this or help me with asst of buying a new vehicle and trading the old one in. This problem occurred on Monday, November 27, 2006.
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The car is a 2006 Cadillac Dts. Subject 2006 Dts VIN no [xxx]
I had my first flat tire in about 15 yrs. I decided to save time and change the tire myself. Once I jacked the car up far enough to let weight off the rim the jack buckled which could have been very unsafe. Thankfully I was only left stranded. Are the quality of all gm jacks made so poorly? I contaced a family member who provided an adequate jack. I am glad I nor anyone else was hurt due to this jack failure. I intend to purchase a new trolley jack to carry with me as a replacement for the less than acceptable jack which came with the car. Information redacted pursuant to the freedom of information act (foia), 5 u. S. C. 552(b)(6). This issue happened on Thu., Nov. 25, 2010.
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|Air Conditioner problems||
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|Air Conditioner problems||
|Recreational Vehicle Lpg Tank Valve/gauge problems||
|Navigational (global Positioning System) Gps problems||
|Electrical Jack problems||
|Anti-theft Devices problems||
|Wrecker And Wheel Lift Devices problems||
|Recreational Vehicle Equipment problems||
|Recreational Vehicle Lpg Water Heater problems||
|Winch Equipment problems||
|Fifth Wheel Assembly problems||