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2004 Chrysler Crossfire Consumer Discussions

2004 Chrysler Crossfire
Here's your place to talk about the upcoming Mercedes-Chrysler collaboration, the Crossfire. Read all about it here!...

2004 Chrysler Crossfire, driving along hit my AC button and the engine just shut-off? Just purchased w/ 75k miles. Doesn't this sound like a short or relay? HELP....

I decided to purchase a new 2004 Crossfire Coupe for $24k, based on the positive experiences of current owners, great salesperson/dealership and unbiased positive comments. I was able to keep the Cros...

Here's a link to pics of both the new Crossfire and the 2004 Pacifica Hybird/SUV/Minivan thing. It's not that great looking but not bad. As for the Crossfire, I actually liked some of the concepts l...

is very boxy as well. I won't even touch the Crossfire or the Pacifica. What really urks me is that Chrysler had a beautiful design for the 300 that would've been awesome if they would've actually pu...

I've been following this discussion with interest, because I use the Nav system in in my 2005 Crossfire Limited Coupe all the time. The system is NOT hard to use, it's just that the documentation is ...

The press kits for the 2004 Pacifica and crossfire are now available on DC's media outlet site at http://www.media.daimlerchrysler.com/gms_frame...

We just traded in my husbands F150 for a 2004 crossfire on saturday and I fell in love with the Pacifica so I went back the next day and traded in my 2003 sonata w/32000 miles on it for a 2004 pac wit...

I own a 2004 crossfire and have recently purchased a new cd/dvd player for the vehicle. I am having trouble taking out the factory cd player and it is very frustrating. Can anybody help me out with th...
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