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2010 Dodge Caliber Consumer Discussions

2010 Dodge Caliber

Community Insights for the 2010 Dodge Caliber

i have a 2010 dodge caliber auto transmission. with 51k miles it make whining sound when accelerating and letting go off the the gas pedal at 3-4k rpm i have taken the drive belt off to see if it wa...

I am driving a 2010 caliber with a CVT transmission, And if I am driving between 15-20 miles an hour AND 1.5-2k RPM the transmission starts to vibrate violently, so much so that the last time I was dr...

Hi I have a 2010 Caliber SXT and here recently I have noticed that while I am driving and even when parked with the park lights on, the hazard lights flash a couple of times and go off. It really has ...

My 2010 dodge caliber has been scaring me since last winter. It skates across the road, back and forth. It sways. It feels like its un controllable. Tires appear ok. Even ware on them. The back e...

What you say only confirms how leery I am with purchasing a 2010 Caliber...Why? It's not the vehicle itself...I'm pretty sure the Caliber is NOT a bad machine to own and with the interior improvement...

Took 2010 Caliber in for a recall on the gas gage and was told that there was a crack in the frame inbetween the driverside front and passanger door. I was then told that it was from hitting a pot ho...

I liked the Caliber otherwise. The Caliber was very reliable as is the Avenger I have now....

The only problem with my Caliber is since Nov. 2010 when it rains the passenger side foot area in the back seat fills with water. I found were the water was coming from and repaired the area. I though...
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