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My '09 Routan wasn't starting periodically...turned out it's the starter. Van has 49k miles on it and of course it's not covered under warranty. Cost me $500. These days there is no reason for something like that to go bad on a car under 100k miles. I've always owned Hondas in the past and never had to spend a dime other than scheduled maintenance until it was over 120k miles. I will never buy another Routan.Report it
Did anyone ever solve their starting problem? I have 63K 09' Routan with a new starter, ignition, and key fobs..in 10 months. Now...acting up,already, just two days with new keys. I cannot trade or sell this car without revealing this issue ...just want to fix so I can get rid of it with clear conscience!Report it
Unfortunately I have to agree with baseball33, and my last car was a chrysler pacifica. I have the SEL with everything on it and it has 42,000 miles on it. I have continuous issues with the breaks and the doors. I do enjoy driving it when everything is working. I test drove every minivan out there and the Routan had the best performance. I hope they can fix the door and break issues once and for all.Report it
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