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Agree with Lorf. Mine has a mere 58K miles and have replaced at least five coils (I lost count!) this year in addition to enduring some transmission issues--mainly needed a reflash but only the dealer could do it and the cost was unbelievable. Too bad because it was the perfect city/country minivan until the coils started self-destructing. Probably warrants a class action but who has the time for such things.Report it
Same problems here as well as master controller for power door on passenger side. Dealer troubleshot several times and still couldn't find the problem until last week. Getting it fixed this week and trading it in. It's not old enough for all these problems. Also have had some issues with the brakes. 2 years ago had it in for brake inspection because it was making grinding sounds. They said it was just road noise. We were getting ready to go on a trip. Drove it to the inn just fine, it spent the whole weekend parked. When we got in it Sunday to go home it was even worse. Took it in first thing Monday morning and the brakes and rotors were completely trashed. I have a hard time believing they really did a brake inspection. Then, last year had brake issues again. Servicing at the dealer stinks and so do all these repairs. Plus, it handles terrible in snow (and even hills when it's rained hard) and I never got the gas mileage out of it that I should have been able to. Trading it in for an suv, which also isn't great on gas mileage but I should be able to get where I need to go when the weather's bad.Report it
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