27th Jun 2004, 17:10

Purchased '95 Intrepid in March with 139,000 miles. Got it home o.k. but then on trip to store ran hot. At this writing it is sitting in the garage. Two seasoned mechanics have diagnosed the problem as transmission. But guess what.. no one wants to work on it! The individual that sold us this automobile said it only needed minor repairs.. what a joke!!! I am distressed! No more Dodge Intrepids for me!!! Thanks for reading my "venting".

6th Jul 2004, 22:50

I was just wondering, I have a 1995 dodge intrepid, I see that there is a problem with the air conditioning,

I have put freon in it, and it comes out through my vents, could anyone tell me what is going on, or what I need to check? thanks.

6th Sep 2004, 10:58

I brought a 1995 Dodge Intrepid in 1998 with 46,000 miles on it. The car was hell from the very start. In a one month period the trasmission, ac, water pump and steering rack went. The car still continues to have problems. Dodge should be sued for selling junk.

28th Oct 2004, 12:07

I just bought a 94 chrysler intrepid, now I feel nervous, right now the car rides like a dream, what should I look out for.

8th Nov 2004, 07:30

I bought a 95 Intrepid used with about 85,000 miles on it. I have owned it for about 3 years now and have not had a single problem with it so far. The only thing that I have ever had replaced on it was the multifunction switch. I am getting ready to replace it again at 120,000 miles. Otherwise it runs like a charm and has never failed me.

26th Jun 2006, 21:06

I just bought a 1995 intrepid a week ago. The headlights are fogged and the driver door lock sticks. Everything else is OK. Rides like a dream. A/C cold as ice. Has 165000 miles on it. Could I be in for a big surprize?

12th Feb 2007, 09:14

I have a 95 Dodge Intrepid. The only thing I like about is the style and roominess. For the mecanical side of it, it's a piece of crap. Let me explain, I bought the car from brother for a steal, I thought was a steal, since then the motor and trans had to be replaced, front end work had to be done it, head lights had to be replaced;fogged over, steering rack went out had to replace or no p/s. Coil Pack had to be replaced or car would only run on 3 cyl. I could go on and on. Total cost on repairs 4,000, what a steal. A word to the wise, do not buy Dodge crap. DAN from WI, Rapids, WI.

3rd Sep 2007, 17:29

I got my 95' Dodge Intrepid back in '04. It was my first car and I got it for a good deal of $1,250. So in the last 3 years.. I have put in over $4,000 onto it. Yeah, people say I am crazy, but everything has been replaced from the engine and the transmission, to the multi-switch, and the fuel pump. And this car still runs like a piece of crap. When I drive it for longer then 30 minutes, the car would go into "Limp Mode", meaning the car won't go past 35 MPH... until the engine cools down. I will never buy a Dodge car again.

12th Mar 2011, 11:38

I have a 1995 Dodge Intrepid with 176,000 miles on it. It still has the original plugs! Checked them at 100k and 150k, and they still looked great. Was afraid to change them! I change the oil every 3k, and I've replaced the tie rod ends and stabilizers in the front end. That's all. Everything else is OEM. Spent $100 on a trans service at 90k.

Best car I've every owned. It's never had a tank of gas other than Chevron regular. I attribute its longevity to that. Non tier 1 gas will ruin a motor. I can stand a glass of water on the engine at idle without a ripple. Maybe the car is a freak!