8th Sep 2003, 08:50

I had my engine replaced under warranty at 32,000. I was lied to at the dealership and had to shell out extra money for a rental as it took 21 days to fix. I now have 52,000 and the timing chain tensioner went out. $800. Same old story Chrysler and the dealership refuse to admit there is a problem and will not help. I would like to get info on the class action suit. I have always been a die hard buy American person. I have now lost my faith in American cars and will buy something else next time. Can someone post the class action info please?

27th Oct 2003, 09:37

I have a 2001 Chrysler Concorde with the 2.7L engine. The timing chain broke and caused the whole engine to fail. I had to have the engine rebuilt and it cost me $3200 to fix. The 2.7L is a poor excuse for an engine, and I can't wait for this to go to a class action lawsuit.

I believe if you go to www.daimlerchryslervehicleproblems.com, you can sign up for a pending class action lawsuit.

9th Jan 2004, 07:44

Its amazing to me, I thought I was all on my own, considering Chrysler told me, this is unusual and that I have to make the repairs by myself, I owe 12,900 on this car and it sits in my driveway, I am a single Mom trying to live and this car is about to put me in bankruptcy. All of us need to pull together and get Chrysler to fix THEIR error!

24th Jun 2004, 10:42

I would like to get in on the law suit as well.

My engine blew a month ago. I had all of the same problems.

I would appreciate any help in this matter.

Does anyone know of an engin that will work in a 999 Intrepid?