Charger Warped Door Panels
There is a door panel defect in certain model years of the 7th generation Charger. The panels warp and pull away from where they meet the window, leaving an unsightly gap that causes more problems than cosmetics. A class-action lawsuit is t…Continue reading article "Charger Warped Door Panels"
AHR Randomly Deploys
The active head restraints in some Dodge vehicles are handing out free concussions. A mechanical breakdown inside the restraint means they could deploy randomly at any time.Continue reading article "AHR Randomly Deploys"
Is your Dodge dashboard falling apart and breaking into pieces? Have you been watching the cracks grow bigger and bigger with each passing month? Do you feel helpless as your dashboard caves in on itself? Trust me, you're not alone.Continue reading article "Cracked Dashboards"
Where Interior Complaints Happen
Sometimes it helps just to tally up the complaints and see where the biggest stacks are. Use this information to learn about troublespots or to run for the hills.
- cracked dashboard in the 2001 Ram 1500
- cracked dashboard in the 2003 Ram 1500
- cracks in dashboard in the 2002 Ram 1500
- cracked dashboard in the 2000 Ram 1500
- dashboard cracked in the 1999 Ram 1500
- dashboard cracked in the 2003 Ram 2500
- power door locks not working in the 2005 Grand Caravan
Dodge continues to try and wiggle out of active head restraint lawsuits in court.
Rather than address the plea to fix the restraints that keep randomly smacking people at the base of their skull, the lawyers point to technicalities in the case that don't hold up in the Arizona Consumer Fraud and Magnuson-Moss Warranty Acts. You know, all the classics.…keep reading article "Dodge Lawyers Dig Deep To Try And Get a Another AHR Deployment Lawsuit Tossed"
The Charger's interior door panels have been warping and peeling away from where they meet the window since the 2014 model year.
And while some owners have been able to replace the issue under warranty there's a handful of major problems according to a new class-action lawsuit:
- It takes so damn long because there's a national backorder for parts
- It doesn't really matter because Dodge is just going to replace your defective panel with a new, but equally defective panel
- They're betting you won't wait around to replace the panel because it can interfere with the side airbags from deploying and locks from activating.…keep reading article "Charger Owners Are Tired Of Their Door Panels Peeling Off Near the Windows"
A Florida lawsuit says Fiat-Chrysler's (FCA) active head restraint is a little too active for their liking.
The safety system tries to reduce whiplash by springing the head restraint forward in the event of a crash. However, the plastic brackets keeping the restraint in place are defective and allowing the the restraint to deploy randomly instead.
The allegedly defective piece of plastic holds a short metal rod that is latched into two metal hooks located on the back of the headrest……keep reading article "Lawsuit Says Dodge's Active Head Restraints Are Too Active"
Have a beige interior Stratus?
Your car may have been recalled a second time for failing passenger side sun visors. The cars were
previously repaired for a June 2015 recall using an incorrect part that may not prevent the passenger-side sun visor from detaching if the passenger frontal airbag deploys and the passenger side sun visor is folded down in a certain position.
During the 2015 recall, the recalled vehicles weren't properly identified and given more faulty parts.keep reading article "Stratus Sun Visors Recalled (Again)"
The 2016 Dodge Grand Caravan and Chrysler Town and Country have been recalled because they have nuts on the third-row seatback that weren't torqued properly during assembly.
The loose bolts may not hold the seatback, even more so in a crash.
The nuts were not tightened properly when the vans were built between March 16, 2016, to March 17, 2016.keep reading article "Small Recall for 3rd Row Seats in the Grand Caravan"
Software issues are being recalled in the 2015 Dodge Challenger.
The automaker says the instrument cluster software on the Challenger could cause the instrument cluster to go into a “reset” condition and fail to perform a “bulb check” on safety warning lights during vehicle start-up.
Dodge dealers will need to install a "software enhancement." If your car's gauges are spiked for more than 4 hours, please see your mechanic.keep reading article "Challenger Instrument Cluster Can Go Into 'Reset', Needs a Recall"