At 58,000 miles, I spent $2500 on
getting the whole rear end replaced.
All rear axle bearings,differential,
trac lock assembly, etc. had to be
replaced. The ABS light was diagnosed
3x's (at my expence)as incorrect
programming. Until finally the
diagnosis was a 560.00$ anti lock
brake controller which is on national
back order. Think they will do a
recall? Ha. Strange thing is that our
97 Dakota has the same problem. Hmmm.
Another consistency with our 2 Dodge
vehicles is the evaporator pads for the
A/C went (only 24K miles on the
Dakota). Cost to replace, only an
Design and space
Build quality parts and back them up
with a reasonable warrenty.
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