I have had two intrepids.
My first used in 1998 was beautiful and fully loaded.
It cost a fortune to have anything worked on because they put everything under the engine.
First the thermostat out, water pump, belts since the engine was pulled.
Got rid of it.
Thinking they surely would have changed everything since the new design came out, I bought another.
Same darn problems as
before but I'm sitting here with no A/C and its 105 outside.
I think that is BS when an auto company knows it has problems but doesn't fix until government forces them to.
Never a Dodge ever ever again.
Treat your customers with respect and dont sell something you know is wrong.
under the hood design, engine, make parts accessible like they use to.
Stop making us pay for your poor design.
Fix the water pump, thermostat, heat, overheating, A/C issues and engine problems you are well aware of.
Do your job.
Sell a great product at a great price.
Don't sell a piece of crap because the wrap looks good.
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