We had nothing but problems with this
vehicle since purchasing it. I have a
file about 2 inches thick of service
invoices. Fortunately, everything was
covered by the warranty (when it ran
out, we ditched it). Daimler Chrysler
would not admit it was a lemon. The
worst part...not having a car. Problems
included: Steering column replaced 3
times, steering wheel clock spring
replaced 4 times, windshield wiper
motor, air conditioner fan motor, both
power window motors died, horn
malfunctioned, sliding door pad short
(which caused doors to lock and unlock
while driving at various speeds),
ignition cylinder housing locked up
twice, and the list goes on.
We did like the fact that the vehicle
had low road noise and looked nice (it
was a Sport model). The rear air was
nice (when it worked)and the sound
system and onboard computer were primo!
To stand behind a lemon when you build
one! We would have returned to Dodge to
purchase another vehicle if they had
offered to replace it at the same
monthly payments and more than likely
wouldn't have had the same problems.
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