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Hi Jaci3. I am so glad to find your post. I was doing some research on my Charger due to the same problem. Fortunately, mine have not broken. However, I agree with you that something MUST be done by Dodge about this issue with the tie rods/suspension. I have a 2006 Charger with 38,600 and was just told that I have tie rod and suspension issues for the THIRD time. The right side was replaced while still under warranty. The left side replaced about a year ago and now being told that the right side needs to be done AGAIN. This is ridiculous. Granted, my car is an '06 but I have low mileage for a 5 year old car. I would like to now if you have contacted Dodge or if you have any other information that you could provide me, if you have made any progress. I love my Charger but would not recommend this car because of this problem.Report it
It seems that both Babsrocket and Jaci3 are both dealing with the 3.5L models. I myself have the 2.7L, and am dealing with a Tie rod issue. as i took my tire off to inspect it, i found that the where the grease was stored, it was bone dry and had about 1/2 inch play. mith this play in the Tie Rod ends, the car shimmies and is not fun to drive. knowing that Jaci3 had one break off, i am leaving mine parked and am going to Dodge for answers. please if any of you have been through the phone calls and e-mail game with them already, please give me some info as to what they said. good luck with your issues.Report it
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