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Why will they not back up there product or make improvements
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You look all over the web and see complaints against the way Chrysler makes there vehicles. Then you hear about people you know having problems and trying to get their vehicle fixed. Most dealerships will not help out when there is a problem. Most people get told to get ahold of a layer because the dealership will not stand behind their product. All these years and the transmissions in Chrysler vehicles have not been fixed. People rely on there cars and trucks to get to work and instead they have to take time from work and then be harassed by dealerships. Toyota had a problem, sent out a recall and then made a commercial to publicly make an apology. Chrysler just keeps making faulty vehicles because they don't care what happens to the people that buy there product. If you ask me either you make a good product and stand behind it or shut your doors so people don't get suckered into a terrible product.
     
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redmx3racer on 12/04/2010:
"because the dealership will not stand behind their product"
It's not the dealerships product. They can only do what the manufacturer will allow them to do.
It's not clear if the OP even owns a Chrysler product. And I bet if you type in any car companies name in a search engine looking for complaints you will find an overwhelming amount of them online for all of them. Any national company for that matter-Kraft, T-Mobile, Walmart etc etc. Does not mean they are all true. And there are 2 sides to every story. Believe me-I work in a service department at a dealer-not Dodge-and you can't keep everyone happy all the time.
Anonymous on 12/04/2010:
car companies do not care about customers, they care about the bottom line. That's it.
trmn8r on 12/04/2010:
What specific problem did you have with a Chrysler product? I haven't heard of a reputation for faulty transmissions in Chysler products.
GenuineNerd on 12/04/2010:
I know that Chrysler started using special transmission fluid (ATF+3 or ATF+4) in their vehicles since the early 1990's. And some 4 speed automatics (mainly in the minivans) were troublesome in the early 90's as well. Topping off a Mopar tranny with Dexron III/Mercon could mess it up. My aunt once owned a mid-90's Dodge Dynasty, which needed to have the tranny fluid topped off...She bought Dexron, but told her to get ATF+3 since Dexron could not be used in that car. I believe most Mopar transmissions today still use ATF+4 (which replaced ATF+3). Other car companies now use special ATF's and coolants as well...no longer can you use one type of ATF or one type of coolant in a car. That's high technology for you.
Noxxis on 12/05/2010:
LOL, If you go to a mechanic and tell them the problem you are having with a dodge transmission they already know the problem. Its a faulty seal inside the transmission. part cost $2.00 but it will cost about $1000 in labour. If you have not heard of faulty products with dodge you need to get out from underneath your rock. True about other vehicles having problems but this problem has been going on for a decade. Also if its my driving that is the problem then how come Ford can handle my everyday working habits. These are the facts there is a problem that no one will do anything about and when it gets to the dealership they don't care either.
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Dodge 1500 frontend shaking while braking
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The front end of the truck shook violently when braking. This started after the dealership fixed the bearing recall at 30k miles. I had the rotars turned then replaced with new ones. I then replaced the tires. I had a front end alignment done. The problem remained. The dealership told me several times all 4 rotars were warped due to driving through high water needed to be replaced and my back brakes are gone and need to be replaced Hellooooo. We have had no rain. We are in a drought. My grass crunches under my feet. My husband took the original rotars, that came with the truck, to be turned. He then reinstalled the rotars. Still shook when braking. The brake pads are good. After removing the rotars again, took a wire grinding wheel attached to a cordless drill and cleaned the hub, rotar on both sides and inside the wheel where everything attaches. Put the wheel back on and the problem is gone. The Dodge dealership told me the cost to fix the repairs needed were going to be around $1500.00 to $2000.00. My cost with my do-it-yourself hubby. $2.15 for the wire wheel to hook to the drill.... Yeah we splurged and bought the top of the line wire wheel. By the way...The rotars were not warped in the front or the back. And the back brakes are fine. The dealership is giving false information on the needed repairs and charging excessive amounts.
     
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MRM on 07/12/2009:
Stealerships will nickel and dime you to death. DIY repairs are priceless as you have found out!
Anonymous on 07/12/2009:
LMAO at your splurging!
So it shook, you had the rotors turned. It still shook, you had the rotors replaced. It still shook, so you wire brushed the new rotors and it quit?
That's weird.
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Auto Repair Problems
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NEPTUNE, NEW JERSEY -- The PCM (computer) in my Dodge stratus '05 needed to be replaced. I called Dodge Sansone auto mall and found it was under warranty. They put the new PCM in at no charge. The day I got my car back I realized speedometer didn't work and it broke down twice. These issues were not preexisting. I called them them that Thurs and was told they couldn't look at it till Mon. I paid for a rental car for the weekend as mine was not drivable. They looked at it Monday, said it was not their fault and I had to pay them $100 for looking at it. I got a 2nd opinion and was told it was definitely their fault. I told them this and made new appointment. They were very insistent throughout this that it was not their fault and they would charge me again for looking at it. After much headaches they found two things unplugged and said that was causing the issue but they plugged them back in for me. They did not have any idea how that happened and said they did me a favor and would not charge me for the service.

All in all I was without my car for bout 2 weeks. I had to fight every step of the way. They just want your money. STAY AWAY!
     
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Anonymous on 10/13/2008:
hows the AC?
yoke on 10/13/2008:
Dodge PCM's and sensors are a joke. I will never buy a dodge/Chrysler/Jeep again. Everyone we have had the sensor go monthly and it is always a different one and therefore we have to pay the deductible. On 3 vehicles the PCM's all had to be replaced, all under 40,000 miles.
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Warranty Not Covering
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FT. WORTH, TEXAS -- I just bought a 2007 Dodge 2500. This truck is brand new leftover on the lot. I haven't even made one payment and only have 760 miles on it and it is at the dealer because of supposed water in the fuel or contaminated fuel as they are calling it. The kicker is since it is supposedly contaminated that the factory warranty will not cover it. This has led to a repair bill of over $1000 as of now to drain the fuel tank and change filters. Yes that is all. Now they tell me that this did not fix the problem and they will have to replace the whole fuel system including injectors which will cost anywhere around $ 10-15000 all of which is not covered under warranty.

The funny part is if there is one is that when I called the dealer and told them of the problem they told me to tow it in and they would take care of it no problem. So much for that B.S.
     
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Anonymous on 03/13/2008:
Why am I getting the impression that you have a diesel truck and you put gasoline in the tank or vice versa????
Aerocave on 03/13/2008:
I also think there has to be more to this one...if you just bought the truck, I have a hard time believing the dealer/Dodge would have you pay $1000 out of pocket so soon after delivery...
Anonymous on 03/13/2008:
I would think you would have had to fill it up at least once since driving it off the lot. Since the problem was caused by the fuel you put in and not a factory defect I wouldn't expect the warranty to cover it.
Where did you get the fuel?
Anonymous on 03/13/2008:
When you called the dealer about the problem they had no idea it was caused by contaminated fuel. Naturally it would appear the warranty would cover repairs. But since they determined the problem was not a mechanical failure the warranty does not come in to play. You need to contact the state and have them test the fuel from the place where you bought it. Possible the tanks are leaking or a bad batch of fuel was delivered.
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Candy Apple Red Paint
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MOUNT DORA, FLORIDA -- My 96 Dodge caravan had a special Candy Apple Red Paint job--$1000 extra. Within two years it began to fade, then deteriorate. Dodge dealers in Memphis said paint was not under warranty. Dodge dealers in Nashville said paint deterioration was "common" for Dodge. They would repaint it for $800 plus.

Dodge in Las Vegas said it was a mess but should have been corrected earlier. Took it back to Bob Dance Dodge in Florida but they said it was too late.

Granted, my moving around did not help but the Dodge boys really dodged the problem. They have major issues with their clear coat paint and will avoid any warranty responsibility. Letters to Dodge got vacuous responses and merely confirmed that Dodge will not honor their paint deterioration.

The Caravan is cheaply produced and has a lot of parts that deteriorate or break. A few of my repairs included the battery (three times), belt tensioner, door mirrors, rear mirror, all door locks, steering column, horn, light assembly. dash board, water pump, computer module, oxygen sensors and others.

Dodge makes good-looking cheaply built junk!

When my third MOPAR battery failed with 13 months left of the warranty they offered 78 cents toward a new one but only with a 13 month warranty. If I paid the full price ($90)they would offer a 60 month prorata warranty. This was a ADVANTAGE DODGE in Mount Dora. They use funny math and offered no help whatsoever. Bought an Interstate with better ratings for $60; with a PRORATA warranty. Dodge customer service said the warranty was only 12 months and they did not know of any prorata warranty. They are trained to mislead, deceive and simply avoid issue with their products.

The Dodge Consumer rep said that each dealer offers its own service and they are independent.
That was my first and LAST Dodge. Poor product/ poor service/ bad warranty/ no customer service.

Advice: Sterr clear of cheap cars that lack quality and service--Dodge is the leader here!
     
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Slimjim on 03/16/2007:
I know you said the paint started to fade within two years, but all that moving and second/third etc opinions make it sound like you didn't address it for quite sometime after. Understandable why Dodge wouldn't pay to fix it. Regarding your parts failure list, that's not really bad for an 11 year old car, including 3 batteries. You didn't have to buy a Mopar one again.
CrazyRedHead on 03/16/2007:
I thought that the battery was a part of owner maintenance? I have had my van for 13 years and have had to buy a new battery every couple of years or so.
Cococraze24 on 03/16/2007:
In certain dodges the Red paint does fade, I know it's a major problem with the dodge neon. Take a look most dodge neon's red front bumper is seriosly faded!
ChrisTransAm78 on 08/04/2008:
To whom it may concern,
I was in the market to get a new truck, knew the time was right and that the prices would be more in my favor. I have been in the business and still have several friends in the business.
I shopped around, looking for the orange color and gave specific requirements as to what I wanted on my truck. I was movng up from an 01 SLT Quad cab 1500 to the 4x4 I always wanted. I wanted it to be tall, strong looking and pretty. I had real high hopes.
David Fuller of Blue Bonnet (BB) Dodge (New Braunsfels – VIN 1D7HU18N58S553469)) emailed me his price 24.5K and Donald Gillogly of Maxwell Dodge (Austin) told me he could beat it by 750 or 23,750. I was tired of looking and dealing so I went with Maxell.
Irrelavent point: Maxwell had to get the orange truck from another dealer but David had his on the lot.
I went and discussed that I wanted a few extra items to make my truck look great and Don and the Sales manager confired to come up with the pricing. I did not know if they came with the truck but we will get to that. I have this paper in the Sales manager’s hand writing. At this point, and its in writing: Maxwell’s truck’s MSRP was 36,820 as provided by Don and the Sales manager (Jason or James I believe).
We agreed on this Option Itemization:
Tires (Nitto 325x60 R20) and wheels (20” IDX) and a lift (1/2” spacer on front): $2695 – this was just like a white & tan 2500 they had on the lot
Tow hitch: $425
Fog Lights: $250
Wheel Flares: $580
Folding Flat load floor: $100 (taken off the MSRP of another truck)
Nerf Bars: $525
Leather Seats: $1200
So I had a deal. I thought I had to add the lights and tow to it, thought the MSRP was one # and all was OK. It wasn’t.
The next day I went in, late afternoon with my wife and kids, to Maxwell and began the deal process 7-29. This is where things went a bit bad.
At this point we worked on the numbers a bit more, mostly on my trade. 01 Dodge 1500 SLT. They had early on said +130% of Kelly Blue Book (KBB) value. At this time my truck was in fair condition, new tires, new tranny but not great. They went to the least amount of KBB which was $3780. I thought OK fine – here’s where they are trying to recoupe some $ on the deal. I noticed that they however did not choose the correct SLT, PW, locks, tow package, limited slip, etc that were on the truck in their KBB estimate. (They did this all off the online KBB website) Don said that was in their commercial to leave everything off and to do the least amount of KBB. I asked for that in writing and it was never provided and ignored. I then asked to select the correct options in KBB and it was over 1K more in my favor. We then haggled a bit more and came to a somewhat middle of the road value on my trade. I never did receive a copy of the what I can only consider fake commercial statements.
We were then finally ready to go to financing.
We knew we were A paper as we run a business and pay our bills. (We were later verified, by BB Dodge, by me having a score of 730 & my wife 700)
It was late & Robear Hicks was our Finance person there at Maxwell. He said he could not get into Chrysler Credit (CC), but had seen our credit and knew CC would give us the great rate of 6.99. When repeatedly asked he said this was the best they, CC, do. We then said we would go find our financing elsewhere, they then said the truck would be $1000 more w/o CC credit. This was the first mention of this anywhere! We haggled on this and being upset & tired we gave in. This was bait and switch. At this point we should have walked. Come to find out he was lying as was evidenced 1 day later when I got a 5.9 rate from BB Dodge. At this point we signed and left.
The next day I picked up their loaner truck, they took mine and I waited for my truck to come in from San Antonio (Ancira Dodge). I should mention that with the Hemi in this 4x2 loaner, I was never able to get above 11.5 mpg in the supposedly rated 13-17hwy mpg.
Friday the truck arrived late and I went to see it, it was about 6:30 pm at night. As I was walking around the truck, I noticed the trailer tow hitch already there. I asked Don, why he charged me extra for something already on the MSRP. He told me they “must have just installed it”. I called him on the fact that no one was in Service to install it and that it was dirty, etc and he then began backtracking. I told him I wanted that resolved. He said OK. My son, who happened to overhear the discussion was in front of the truck and said, “Hey Dad, it has fog lights already here too.” I then looked at Don and said what in the world is going on? He had now charged me extra for 2 things, already on the truck! I asked Don to fix this immediately and he said it was late, could he work it out in the morning? I said fine but I wanted this cleared up.
The next day I waited and waited 8-1. At about 1pm I showed up at Maxell and went over to the truck as I was beginning to suspect something was awefully wrong. I checked the truck to ensure the MSRP had included the Tow and Lights I had asked for thus backing up my claim they had double charged me. They were there. I took pictures. I then noticed the MSRP on the truck was 36,705. This was another huge error in their favor.
I then went in to the Sales manager, told him who I was etc. I asked him for the definition of MSRP. He finally agreed it included the options on the truck. I never got around to the mistaked of why the 2 MSRP’s (their original one of 36820 and the real one of 36705) was different. 1 mistake is human error but 3, especially when they are all in their favor. At this point the Director came in, asked me if he could cut me a check, for the options, and get me out of the door with just the truck. He was making no money on this deal. I said I had financed something with the wrong MSRP and that I also did not want to finance non-existent stuff. He then said he could let me out of the deal. I said I wanted out and that I felt this was bait and switch.
After much deliberation I’ve come to the realization that this was a complete bait and switch from the beginning. From the wrong MSRP, extra charges for existing items, to the 1% percentage point Robear charged us that was the best deal they had. Lies and deceipt from start to finish.
I then went back to David 8-1-08, he gave me a new MSRP, less than the original!, for the same truck we had previously discussed, of 24,130 and said to come see him. I did, which I should have done from the beginning. The price was what it was, the listing of options was what it was etc. No tricks, no bait and switch, just an honest deal. I left that night a new owner. David gives me faith there are a few honest people still around in the business.
I have never been treated so completely dishonest in my life. I have never run into a racket such as this and total disregard for my time. I am completely dissatisfied in owning a new truck at this point and still w/o the options to make it like it should be. I have never been involved in a bait and switch operation but I now know how it feels. I’m supposed to be loving this truck but I am so upset with the way my wife and I were treated it just looks like another vehicle to me at this point. A large paper weight in my driveway.
I have all of this in their handwriting and all of the paper work from both sides. What I am completely dumbfounded by is the fact Maxwell is a 5 star classification on Dodge’s website. If this is 5 star treatment something is really wrong with Maxwell, Dodge & Chrysler.
Chris Schneider
512-736-4457
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Unsatisfied Customer
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RALEIGH, NORTH DAKOTA -- Where do I begin....
I went to Dodge to purchase a new vehicle (Dodge Stratus), 2 days later my family and I left to enjoy a vacation at the beach. About an hour into the drive, the engine light came on and the car started to buck uncontrollably. Obviously we exited and found somewhere safe to stop since the car was in no means drivable. First I called the salesman we purchase the car from and told him of my disappointment. Next I called the 24hr. Roadside service. I was told there would be a tow truck within an hour (for any of you that have a 6 month old baby, and hour is eternity). An hour came and went, and still no tow truck so, I phoned again. Apparently they were lost (even though they had my phone number they still never called) So finally after a total of 1 1/2 hours, the tow arrived. I phoned customer service and they told me that I would either be able to get a rental from the local Dodge dealership or I would be reimbursed for a rental elsewhere (as long as the rate was under $30/day, yea right). Once I got to the Dodge dealership, I immediately spoke with a sales person who then handed me a phonebook and told me to call a car rental company since they did not have any available. By this time, it was almost 6:30pm and as luck would have it, the rental car companies in the area all close at 6:00 so, as a stranded customer, you can imagine my anger. The manager notice my frustration and basically told me, "There is nothing we can do since you did not purchase the car here". (Nice attitude to take with a lady standing there with a baby) Plus, the service area was closed so, no one could even tell us what was wrong with the car. Once again, I called the Customer Service number. To my surprise, they too close up at 6:00pm. Basically, we were stranded. My husband and I decided to try driving the brand new piece of junk home, luckily, the bucking had stopped. We made it home.

We went to the dealership where we purchased the car early the next morning. To my surprise, there had been an error in the paperwork which made the contract void, Guess who had that Brand New Piece of Junk now.... Not me : )
     
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Lincoln on 06/29/2004:
Whoo Hooo! Way to GO!
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4.7 liter engine
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Love Me Dodge. BUT the 4.7 SUCKS!!!! 92000 MILES AND THE MOTOR IS KNOCKING. REPLACE MOTOR. $6000!!! I LIVE PAYCHECK TO PAYCHECK. HELP
     
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GenuineNerd on 06/24/2010:
How often have you changed the oil in this engine? Neglect the oil changes and your engine will knock due to the sludge. Especially since your truck now has 92,000 miles on it. If the oil was changed at least every 3000 to 5000 miles you won't be having this problem.
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A/C System
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I have a 2001 Dodge 3/4 ton diesel and have had A/C problems since I purchased it new. I have had to have 4 evaporator cores installed (so far) and charging the system with dye added numerous times. It was cooling for about a month but now is only lasting a week. No one seems to be able to find a leak anywhere.
     
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Anonymous on 05/06/2009:
What a nightmare! Good luck!
At least you were fortunate enough to get YOUR review posted here.
Frenchie on 05/06/2009:
Did you do the work yourself? What reading do you get on the gauges? Was the system pumped down to a vacuum after the evaporator was installed? This is not a fault with the Dodge truck but with someone who is not familiar with how to fix the system. Not fair to blame this on Dodge.
DustyKat on 05/07/2009:
To Frenchie: Work was done by A/C Mech at Dodge dealership. My research shows that this is a problem with a lot of Dodge vehicles. I love my truck but want the A/C to work.
Frenchie on 05/07/2009:
OK so you want AC to work. Send a registered letter to dealer who did all this work over the past 7 or 8 years telling him you are going to go to an independent AC repair shop and if it is faulty workmanship by the Dodge dealer then you will file a small claims cause. Naturally you have to be within a couple of years from the last work done by the dealer. You won't solve the problem on here.
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Don't Buy - Don't Service
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Facts About Dodge of Naperville, Burke Automotive's Ugly Duckling !!! Read before buying or servicing your vehicle

If you live in Naperville or the surrounding area do not go to Dodge of Naperville at Ogden and Jefferson.

The old Kohler Dodge is now owned by Burke Automotive who also owns Jeep Hummer KIA and now they are also a Dodge dealer. Burke Automotive is a great dealership to do business with. Just not there Dodge store in west Naperville.

The technicians at Jeep are non-union and can actually get in trouble by there supervisor if they don't fix your vehicle. At Dodge the union techs couldn't care less about you or your vehicle and there are no consequences if they screw up your vehicle or do not fix it right.

There is no management at the Dodge store and Ed Burke himself never shows his face around the dealership. Naperville Dodge/Jeep/Hummer is his pride and joy and that is fine, it does not make since why he keeps his Naperville Dodge store open. It is an ugly duckling. You will be treated much better if you go to the Lisle location. I have been very happy with the Burke Automotive Group and can not understand why he keeps that store open.

Ed
Lisle, Illinois
U.S.A.
     
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Hugh_Jorgen on 08/30/2007:
Ed (or is it Gwen) - you posted this exact same review under another name on July 7th. At least change it up a little bit - try to fool us.

http://www.my3cents.com/showReview.cgi?id=24179
Anonymous on 08/30/2007:
Now, that was not very nice…
runaway on 08/30/2007:
Considering this is your second post trying to trash them, I got to ask...so when exactly were you fired?
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Air conditioning
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I have a 97 Dodge Dakota which I took to my mechanic to fix the A/C. Turns out, it needed what would be its 3rd evaporator. My mechanic (no, not Safford) stated it was the third Dodge truck in two weeks he has had to do the same thing. One was a 99 Durango and the other a 01 Ram 1500. He stated the evaporators are thin aluminum, designed to cool better, but apparently, they are too thin and fail quite a bit. So I am on a pace to replace this part every 2-3 years at about $700 a pop. Anyone else have a late model Dodge with premature A/C problems?
     
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Mad Eye Moody on 07/12/2004:
Slim....LOL...Safford...LMAO!
Ahem (composing myself)...anyway - I had a 98 Durango...and while the AC got weak, it never really failed. I bought my baby brother a 98 Stratus, and his AC went out after a year. There's got to be merit to this claim about Dodge AC's. I wonder what Dealerdirect has to say.
Slimjim on 07/12/2004:
Tartarboy, it is 7 years old w/ 50k on it and worth about $6000. Isn't it about time you found another site to play on?
Anonymous on 07/12/2004:
Slim: welcome to the wonderful world of R134 freon... it sucks!!! R134 freon does not work as well as R12 used to so ALL manufacturers are trying different solutions (I.e. Dodge's thin wall evaporaters) to try to achieve the same results. R134 works at very high pressure and I have seen a trend of compressors, evaporators, hoses, etc. going bad on every make imaginable (yes, even the imports) In the coming years the public will start to see a new style freon R 492 which will work at an even higher pressure than R 134 and I think we will see even more failures. I wish I had a solution for you on this, but their really isn't one, Sorry. DD
Anonymous on 07/12/2004:
Slim: In the future try to run your A/C at least once a month for approx. 30 minutes especially in the winter months. That will allow the oils in the refrigerent to lubricate the internals of the system to help prevent failures. Good Luck.
Slimjim on 07/12/2004:
DD, I know that tip and do run all my vehicle's AC's periodically. Believe it or not, running it more may also help in this case as my mechanic stated the evap is on the "low" side of the system. Off it has about 100psi, but on it runs about 40, hence maybe less wear on the part. Of course the trade-off is more wear on the rest of the system (and less miles per gallon).
Anonymous on 07/12/2004:
Slim: I agree, Since the introduction of R134 I have seen a shocking increase in AC complaints. Unfortunately there is not a whole lot the manufacturers can do about it and I fear that with this new freon coming soon (the EPA is insisting on) it's going to get worst.
Anonymous on 07/12/2004:
Sounds like Tarterboy is upset that mom won't let him borrow the car
sanford31031 on 07/13/2004:
Whatever is eating you must be suffering horribly, tartarboy. You are a botched inbred abortion that escaped the hospital and was raised by wild boar.

PeskyKittyButt on 07/13/2004:
I have a 98 Ford and I run my a/c year round. I am ALWAYS hot and I need to have air on me. Maybe that's what keeps my air going...
Mad Eye Moody on 07/13/2004:
Dam the EPA. Tree hugging hippies.
Anonymous on 07/13/2004:
Tartarboy: Wrong again, I guess those six years in the third grade did not help. Now go back to work and get my #5 with a coke.
Anonymous on 07/13/2004:
Whenever you feel froggy leap, boy
sanford31031 on 07/13/2004:
He can't jump too high dealer, all that tartar sauce is weighing him down..
Dr. Jeecheroo on 10/16/2005:
I have no A/C. No, I have no A/C. I have no A/C, IN MY TRUCK!
Anonymous on 02/24/2006:
Slimfast is JERK. Glad your truck doesn't work, buttface!
Anonymous on 10/29/2006:
Seems like a lot of speculation by a guy who can't afford to fix a truck that should be scrapped anyway. Quit your whining and roll down the windows!
Slimjim on 11/08/2006:
LMFAO, 2 years later pirate you're trolling this thread? My truck's a/c still works fine since I fixed it, 2 YEARS ago! Scrapped away, you mean like your since deleted here "nthbiz" nick or the still visible, but also banned from posting "backnbiz". Can we assume the next post on this thread will be another nick of yours trolling because the buttpirate one was finally kicked off the site? Trolling 2 plus year old threads, what a freakin loooooser!
Anonymous on 11/29/2006:
~ translation ~ blasted pirate got me again!
Anonymous on 02/24/2007:
So pwp comes back to the past to get his butt kicked wha a nimrod!
Anonymous on 04/20/2007:
Hardly, old timer.
Anonymous on 07/25/2007:
This review still makes me chuckle.
Anonymous on 08/08/2007:
I still get a laugh out of this review.
Anonymous on 09/15/2009:
I have 2006 Dodge Ram 1500. The freaking recirc door broke off the hinges and fell squarely on the intake part of the fan so that even at the highest fan speed the flow of air from the vents was almost non existent. The dealership told me it would cost about 800 or so dollars to fix. Funk that. I took the fan out, snaked my hand through the intake vent and removed the door. Okay, now I can't recirc but hey at least I got me some A/C.

I would never buy another Dodge in this lifetime.

Good review Slim! (VH)
Slimjim on 09/15/2009:
Thanks stew. It's an honor to still garner helpful votes over half a decade later. I wonder if that tickles our swashbuckler's feathersword.
We need to keep making the public aware of these travesties to keep Dodge in check. Maybe we should band together on some other issues threatening consumers out there. Have you weighed your ladder lately BTW?
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