MY 2008 Chrysler T&C has been having intermittent starting problems for over a year. This situation has lead me to replace 2 batteries (per recommendation from Hayes Chrysler in Lawrenceville, GA after testing). I also had my starter replaced ~ $500. All the while I have been waiting on the parts for the warranty recall with the faulty ignition/FOB which the dealership never has in stock. Finally the vehicle basically died and the dealership told us they had no service appointments for over 3 weeks. I was left with no option other than taking the mini-van to a reputable local repair shop, K&R, in Lawrenceville, GA. The shop confirmed the problem was a bad TIPM and provided an estimate with parts & labor of $960. I did a little online research and learned of the many other Chrysler owners that have paid out of pocket to replace the TIPM for between $700-1100. What rubs me the most is we paid for an extended wty up to 100K miles and the dealership never diagnosed issues with the TIPM when I had the Minivan in the shop for battery/starting problems. Chrysler needs to issue a full recall for the faulty TIPMs and reimburse owners who have paid on their own to replace this defective part.
my engine light keeps coming on I think I first brought it to the dealer in aug. of 2004 they told me it was the air sensor 4 months later it went on again.Again it was the air sensor 2weeks later the engine light was on again.This time they replaced the pcm.I went to pick it up they told me it was fixed.I started the car up and the engine light went on again.They told me the battery was leaking acid onto the sensor so thet replaced the battery.I started the car again and the engine light went on again.They still have my car and they are trying to fix it.Do I have any grounds for a lawsuit under the PA. lemon law. Thanks Dennis Cross
0 Complaints submitted to NHTSA for 2004 CHRYSLER Town & Country