My dodge ran fine for 40,000 miles but
have had to put a rear end on at
54,000.Cost $2,500. Other problems are
tie rods and lower ball joints. Would
not buy another one due to problems,
poor resale value and poor gas
mileage. If your rear pinion bearing
acts up make sure your mechanic looks
it over pretty closely.
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