The chip crisis continues to wreak havoc on the automotive industry, crippling production and affecting supply. But it's also affecting people whose vehicles require repairs, according to a report from Crain's Detroit Business (CDB).

Jordan Gray, once the owner of a 2017 Ford Focus, told the publication that his transmission control module chip failed in late 2021, but because of the chip shortage, his local dealer could not fix the car immediately. Detroit-based Tom Holzer Ford gave him one of two options. He could either purchase a new transmission or wait 6 - 10 months for the chip to arrive.

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Chip Crisis Is Making Repairs A Huge Headache For Vehicle Owners

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