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2000 Chrysler Cirrus Consumer Discussions

I bought a 2000 cirrus lxi 2.5 L two months ago. The engine was not running correctly and I decided to swap it with another one....

have 2000 lxi convertible. power seat, trunk latch will not work and I have checked fuses. what else should be checked...

We own a Chrysler Cirrus 2000, original owners with 56,000 miles. Last summer the gas light kept coming on and off and the fuel indicator on the dash drops slightly as the light is on then returns ba...

2000 2.4 DOHC Cirrus. The other night it started running rough. Acted like bad fuel(water) or bad fuel pump. It then shut down wouldn't run. Left sit over night in parking lot. Came back next morn...

I have a 2000 Chrysler Cirrus, v6 2.5L. When starting the car it revs up to 2000-2200 rpm then drops back down. There is "NO" check engine light on & runs fine. But can't figure out why ...

Did you Honda folks notice where the Accord ranked in long term reliability? It was not in the top 3. What?? The 2000 Accord beaten by the Chevrolet Malibu, Plymouth Breeze and Chrysler Cirrus? Well, ...

My wife and I are thinking about buying a 2000 Cirrus. Anyone have any feedback, please....

Looking at a 2000 LX. like the .9 intrest rate.. My wife and I aren't quite in agreement. I lean towards a Cirrus LXi, She likes the "less equipped" Concorde. =same $$. any comments?...
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