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My 1996 Chrysler Concorde, which I have had no problems with until the day before yesterday, overheated on me. I checked the coolant fluids due to the fact that it overheated the fluids were low so I filled it up and drove it about 2miles, it was reading 210. While stopped at a light it pegged itself out causing it to boil all the fluids out again. I ...
wondering why Port Jervis Automall is not listed under Chevy, Chrysler Dodge Dealerships
Hi, I have a 99 Chrysler T&C with about 206,000 miles on it. It runs like a top with the exception of getting hot while in traffic with the AC on, especially with both front and rear ACs. I had it in at Firestone for a radiator flush and they left it idle with both units running and it never got hot. They said the computer readout said it needed a ...
I am trying to decide if I should fix up my minivan and keep it or trade it in. It is a Chrysler Voyager minivan, 2000, 123K miles, in fair condition, and needs some cosmetic work as well as fixing the air conditioning, plus other work. I saw somewhere that repairs totaling 15 - 25% were reasonable if I was going to keep it, and a higher amount would be ...
Owner of a 2007 Jeep Liberty who is having like millions of other Liberty owners problems with the window regulators and Chryslers inability to assist the drivers who have purchased their vehicles. The average cost to repair is anywhere between $300 - $500 per window if not under the original manufacture warranty. Is anyone out there listening who can ...
My 2004 Chrysler Sebring has a heater that takes forever to heat. The car has to be running for about seven minutes before it starts to get warm. It was looked at by a professional who said it is working just fine. Is this just a Sebring or Chrysler thing? My Honda Accord was very warm in a snap.
I am an ASE Certified Master Technician that has retired and and gotten a part time job. I drive a light duty service truck for a AAA contractor in Virginia. One of the biggest problems I run into is women who have no idea about their cars but really want to learn! Back in the late 60s and early 70s Chrysler had a program called "Women on Wheels" which I ...

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