I bought this 1999 Dodge 3500 extended
cargo van brand new. This was after
owning three other dodge vans, which I
was very happy with. The older vans
were built much stronger and lasted
much longer between repairs. This van
has cost me more time and money than
it's worth. After just two years I had
to sink over $1,700. for the front end
to be rebuilt, The rotors were
replaced twice at the cost of
over$700., the fuel pump was also
replaced, the oxygen sensors were
replaced(by myself) for a cost of
$179.00 for two,the sensor in the rear
that controls the speedometer was
replaced, etc.Today I was told that
the heads need replacing, the fuel
pump, the fuel jets,$3,600!!!.. Dodge?
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