Air conditioning evaporator failed 3 times (more often than I replaced my brakes - I didn't know there was 'wear & tear' on an evaporator). Last replacement was 2 years ago with a 3rd party (non-Mopar), and hasn't been a problem yet.
Transmission failed at 20,000 miles - replaced under warranty.
ABS and traction control lights have started coming off & on at random, with noticeable thump in the brake pedal if stopped at a traffic light. The mechanic replaced the master cylinder. This seemed to take care of the symptoms for about a week, but now they're back. Is the master cylinder component failing again, or is there something else and the mechanic picked the wrong part to replace?
A solid clunk in the front end when backing up while turning. Mechanics have replaced multiple parts, but still haven't found the cause of the clunk.
We're still trying to find a mechanic who can fix our car the first time. Tune in next week for the next episode of "The Parts Replacers".
My wife and I really, really love driving this car. It is a great highway machine, especially if you want to feel comfortable traveling 'at speed' on the Pennsylvania turnpike's hills and curves in the rain with the trucks. It performs like a muscle car, trunk big enough to pack it all in for a major road trip. My daughter pretends she's in the back of a limousine (Black LHSs were used as VIP limousines by the Pentagon starting in 1994 to carry generals around D.C. to meetings with Congress and other officials). But, could Mopar please, please, please make more reliable parts, and could Chrysler please help me find a mechanic who can diagnose the problem the 1st time. I don't mind shelling out $600 --- if I know my wife won't be calling me to say its not fixed. The track record is the opposite.