17,000 -- passenger window "dropped". I came out of the house in the morning and the window was down. I could not close it. This is the 4th time this has happened to me with a Chrysler product!
27,000 -- Power steering failed in the middle of a cross-country trip. I learned then that the engine had to be replaced right before I bought it.
45,000 -- Numerous repairs to electrical and computer system. Lights were flickering on the dash and exterior as well.
50,000 -- Interior map lights worked loose during the course of normal driving. I have had no map lights for 32,000 miles. The bulbs are fine, they just don't fit in the socket properly.
82,000 -- Am about to purchase my 4th set of brake pads for the car???!!!
Sway bar bushings on the front suspension are shot and the car makes a pinging noise over any bump.
Steering has been making assorted noises, from grinding to a rubbery scrubbing noise for the last 10,000 miles. Needs attention.
I would have traded this car in last year if it had any value left. Had no idea cars could be so much trouble. Will NEVER own a Dodge again. They have lost a customer for life. Every car I've owned, from Ford to Nissan to Honda, has been better than this. This is one car I should not own. And I bought it because of good reliability reviews!
26th Feb 2008, 11:36
Yo think you have issues here, go buy a windstar and blow a head gasket, or a venture and blow the intake manifolds and a trans. I hada 1990 Voyager 160K miles before the water pump pulley blew apart. Wife has a 98 Town & Country, no problems as of now 86K miles.