Front brakes went out at 17000 miles (repaired under warranty) ; they went out a second time at 32000 (was not repaired under warranty). Dealer said they installed heavy duty brake pads the second time. Replaced brake pads myself the next time at 65000 miles. Replaced brake pads and rotors, bearings, seals and rear brakes myself at 95000, and have replaced front brake pads again at 123000. I do not pull a trailer or very seldom have a load in the bed weighting more than 500 lbs. I had a 1984 Dodge pickup with over 110000 miles and had not replaced brakes at the time I sold it.
Transmission went out at 74000 miles. I had it repaired by a local transmission shop since it was not under warranty. Transmission is starting to give me trouble again at 128000 miles. I do not know anyone who owns a Chrysler product that has not had transmission problems.
Fuel sending unit (tells how much fuel in tank) stop working at about 54000 miles. Cost about $500.00 to repair.
The truck has the infinity sound system and the cassette player stop working after about 4 years.
Headliner started coming loose when truck was 4 years old.
Have replaced the comfort control (heat and air) knob 4 times since I bought the truck (I keep a spare).
Front drivers seat track stop working at 75000 mile, the track alone is a $900.00 part plus labor to install.
Fuel lines started leaking at the quick disconnects at 90000 mile, this was a $400.00 repair.
Fuel transfer pump went out at 123000 miles; this was a $900.00 repair.
The clear coat started coming off the body at front fenders, top and tail gate at 80000 miles.