VACAVILLE, CALIFORNIA -- When purchasing my new car, certain amounts were agreed to. When signing the contract the dealership wrote the car up for 500.00 more than the advertised price, did not give us as much as agreed as a turn in value for our old car, and added 400.00 to the agreed price of extended warranty. Then 2 days later called and said we had to go to a different lender than the one we signed with which had a higher apr.
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We called our lender and found that Dodge never sent the paperwork in and there was no problem on our end. The final straw to this is I asked about the under skirt of the car and was told it was in good condition. Today however, it cost me 550.00 to fix that same skirt because it was broke in half under the car and when I called the dealership I was told it was my problem. I don't recommend going to this dealership for anything.
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE -- I have had this truck since new. I drive this truck daily to and from work about 40 miles round trip. Developed a slight coolant leak from cracked reservoir bottle. Replaced bottle with new one. It has 124,000 miles and started running poorly & check engine light came on. I had scan test performed and found engine misfire code on cylinder #4. Replaced the plugs. Ran great for about a month (800 miles). Then during a trip to work the truck started running bad then horrible and had loud banging sound. It was so bad I had to shut it down.
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I had it towed to my repairman and after checking he said it appeared to have a head gasket or cylinder head problem as well as a valve seat(s) may have dropped to explain the banging sound. He said this was fairly common on these engines. He quoted me a worse case scenario to replace two cylinder heads at $1200.00 What should I do?
Dodge knew they had a problem with the transmission and dashes on 1999 trucks. They did nothing to help customers. 1 Replies - Latest reply on 08/28/2011Add reply
I have spent over $600.00 on brake repairs and replacements. Stereo has had to be replaced. Had to wait for 3 weeks to get it installed. Back passenger window has had to be repaired. Used the vehecil for a month before the part came in. Paint is coming off side mirror.
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I traded a 2009 Dodge van in on this Journey and have driven Dodge vans for several years. Very distressed and disappointed! I have had this Journey in the Dodge repair Dealership at least 6 times in these 2 years. I drive approximately 20,000 miles each year and have never had this kind of problems with a new vehicle.
My dash cracked then it fell apart had truck about 4 years when started having problems. Dodge would not do anything. 2 Replies - Latest reply on 07/04/2011Add reply
Dashboards are cracking on 2002 Dodge Rams. I have read that I am not the first to experience this problem.
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Chrysler should do a recall on this problem since the American people were good enough to bail them out when they were having financial problems.
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After all the numerous recalls I've had to endure for my 2003 Ram 3500 diesel, the one major problem I really had wasn't covered. The original fuel pump system was such a terrible design, and the problem ... read full review3 Replies - Latest reply on 09/23/2010
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DAYTON AREA, OHIO -- Purchased car new, opted to not purchase extended warranty. Well, thats their out, didn't get extended warranty so they do not have to provide vehicle as the purchased item has "repeated" issues. Mind ... read full review3 Replies - Latest reply on 07/16/2010
Love Me Dodge. BUT the 4.7 SUCKS!!!! 92000 MILES AND THE MOTOR IS KNOCKING. REPLACE MOTOR. $6000!!! I LIVE PAYCHECK TO PAYCHECK. HELP 1 Replies - Latest reply on 06/24/2010Add reply
I have 2001 Dodge Dakota 2 wheel drive. At 40,000 miles I had to replace the wheel bearings, upper and lower ball joints and tie rod ends. I had after market ones put in and at 130,000 there still going. 3 Replies - Latest reply on 02/20/2010Add reply
We bought our Dodge Dakota extended cab truck over 15 years ago. We have only had three major problems with the truck, the first when we bought it and it was covered by the warranty, the second and third were due to wear and tear on the vehicle. Dodge makes great trucks and whenever they need to recall something they take care of the problem. 3 Replies - Latest reply on 12/13/2009Add reply
I like my truck and all, but I really hate the fact that my 4.7 V8 Dakota has less horsepower than its 3+ litre v6 competitors. Granted, it does have more torque, but not much more. I know that there are plenty of upgrades that I could do, but I feel that Chrysler/Dodge should have stepped up to the plate a long time ago to be more competitive with other companies.
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I/WE should not have to spend extra money to get the same power from our V8's that V6's do these days. I'm just saying, that's all.
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. 4 Replies - Latest reply on 05/07/2009Add reply