1999 Dodge Intrepid 2.7L from North America
Never, Never, Never buy another Dodge
Speed Sensor went our at 37,000 miles.
Timing Chain Tensioner Failure at 82,000 miles.
This car has been a decent car over the past 4 years. Until yesterday. I would have been absolutely amazed by all the complaints concerning this car if I read them two days ago. I can't believe that so many people have the same problem with the 2.7 engines blowing up and Chrysler refuses to help. I just got off the phone with Chrysler and the Dealer. They say it's not their responsibility. I understand that there is a class action lawsuit in the works for this problem. I want in. Please let me know how I may sign up. I can't believe it is actually going to cost me more to fix the car than it is worth! Piece of Junk!
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 30th July, 2003
29th Aug 2003, 22:47
I have a 1999 Chrysler Concorde 2.7L engine. Timing chain went at 32000 miles. Car is costing me about $800. to fix, but they tell me there is probably engine damage and cannot guarantee it will last very long. They said it is my fault because I did not change my oil enough. I did, but I cannot provide receipts. Chrysler Corp or dealer will not help me at all. If there is a class action suit going on with these engines, I would like to know about it. If anyone knows please email me at Palrich1@aol.com.