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1999 Chrysler Town and Country Consumer Discussions

Andy, it depends on what you want, what your needs are, and what you expect....

Actually the Pacifica weighs more than the Town and Country (about 4500lbs vs. 4300 lbs) has a significantly more powerful engine and many have AWD....

Two weeks ago I took my 1999 300m into Discount Tire to have the wheels balanced and rotated and I learned a tidbit of information about our cars that I would like to pass on....

Just reporting my 3500 mile commentary. My 1999 Town and Country limited is still going strong. I did have a perplexing situation though, the drivers side window on a rare occasion will not roll dow...

A Voyager is a nice vehicle but never had the "luxury" (or snob?) appeal of Town & Country just as Plymouth was never perceived to be an upscale sedan like Chrysler was for decades befo?...

I have a 1999 Chrysler Town and Country that recently has been giving me issues. After starting it in the morning and throughout the day it will not shift into reverse or drive. I put it back into pa...

Completely agree. Having owned 3 Chrysler minivans in the past, I understand you don't pay MSRP ever....

There is a new lease offer on Chrysler.com in my area (NJ - Monmouth County). It offers a Town and Country signature edition for 299/mnth plus $1999 due at signing for 27 months....

I have a 1999 Chrysler Town and Country that died on me two days ago. I had problems starting it, and then when it started I couldn't cut it off. I turned the switch off and pulled the keys out of t...

Now I have bought a certified Chrysler Town and Country an 06 with 21,000 miles. I have put 6,000 miles on it since purchase and now the brakes need replacing. I don't know yet how extensive this jo...

So I went to boneyard, pulled one out of 1999 Town and Country, since I couldn't find the exact same year or part number. But I figured it had to support all the features of "last years" mo...
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