1995 Chrysler Cirrus LX V6 2.5L from North America
Medium maintenance, good car
Brakes needed to be replaced a few months after I got it.
Now rotors need to be replaced.
Had to replace the computer a few months after I got it.
Had to replace the Solenoid Shift pack 2 months after I got it.
Needs new distributor.
Constantly cuts off.
Had problem downshifting, had to have new transmission codes.
Was told A/C needed to be recharged, actually needs A/C compressor.
I got the car really cheap.
I've put about $2,000 of work into it.
I like the body and interior.
It cuts off, but gets me to where I need to go.
It has way over 100,000 miles and per my mechanic no major transmission or engine problems.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 14th July, 2004
9th May 2004, 18:17
I have had the exact same problem with my Chrysler Cirrus. The most common issue with the car is the EGR valve, except in my case, it was a Throttle Control Sensor, which ended up being a $75.00 repair. Before the part was installed, the EGR valve, the PCM (computer), the map sensor, the idle pump and more had already been replaced. I would suggest having the Throttle Sensor changed if it is not the EGR valve.