21 Replies to “Dodge”

  1. I have a 2011 Dodge Durango just over 40,000 miles and end up having to pay 14,000 for a Total Power Intergrated Module part to be replaced on my still nearly new vehicle. Up until this point I had no issues with the vehicle but as I do more research I see that this is a big problem with alot of people and Dodge needs to issue a recall on this part before someone gets hurt. On top of that there are so many people that are in need of this part that it is on backorder without a estimated arrival date.

  2. Just got off the phone with Dodge so called customer service. I have a 2012 Journey with bad rotors. My car has 25,000 miles on it and they said too bad you bought it used its your problem not ours. NEVER BUY A DODGE!

  3. I have a 2006 dodge mega cab diesel 3500 and my trackbar bushings won’t fit my truck. The part linked to my exact model doesn’t work. Why not?

  4. We used to buy Dodge vehicles, in fact we still have a 2003 Dodge Caravan. This will be the last Dodge anything we will ever buy. Of all the other makes of vehicles we own presently or in the past, Dodge tops the list for major problems and poor vehicle integrity. Within the few years we have owned this van we have had to have the brakes, rotors, calipers replaced twice already. Just yesterday trying to get home from vacation, the calipers started smelling and locking up so much I couldn’t drive it. This is the last Dodge we will ever own, they are a hazard to drive and one takes their life in their hands when being inside one on the highway!!!! We are scared to death to drive this vehicle any long distance whatsoever!!! Shame on you, DODGE!!!!!!!!!!

  5. Dodge Sprinter 3500 Customer Review 2012/2013

    I own a dodge sprinter 3500, what garbage. I will never own a dodge product again. I rather walk to where I need to go. Eventually dodge will be out of business. This crapbox truck has been a money pit for me

  6. I own a 2001 Dodge Ram Great Vehicle except for the dash Board it is Made so cheap and Briddle that i had to cover the entire Dash with Gorilla tape , I hope in the future you guys are able to fix this Problem for other customers, I can not Believe the price for a replacement ! It is so Cheap Made !

    SSG McPherson U.S. Army Retired

  7. We are actively pursuing the purchase of a previously owned SRT8 Challenger. On 1/12/2012, Carson Dodge in Carson City, NV had a 2010 SRT8 listed on their website as “Price is too low to display”. Later the same day, the information had been updated with a selling price of $26,950. We contacted the dealership and asked for the salesman we had dealt with previously, David Calderon, and were told he was off but would be returning the following morning at 8am. However, he returned our call quickly, and he said because he wasn’t at work couldn’t verify the listed selling price, but instructed us to print the ad and bring it with us when we came into the dealership, and by doing so, they would be “locked into the price”. We did so, took the following day off from work, and were at Carson Dodge the following morning at 9am to meet David and were ready to buy. After a test drive which confirmed this was the vehicle we wanted, we completed all the standard paperwork to structure a deal. Armed with perfect credit and pre-approved through our credit union, he asked if Chrysler could match the rate would we consider financing through them. We responded, “absolutely!” – another reason for them to do whatever needed to earn our business. In typical fashion, he left and returned several times from the unseen sales desk, (supposedly) and we were $1,100 apart on the figure we indicated we wanted. Certainly not a large enough amount to not move forward, especially at that price. So we then said,”ok-let’s meet halfway and we’ve got a deal!” When he returned, however, he looked distraught and handed us back the printed ad we had brought in, stating, “He says it’s a typo. The ACTUAL selling price of the vehicle is $35,690”. Wow-an $8,740.00 difference after being told a printed ad would lock the price in – how convenient! Now highlighted on the page was the line/disclaimer “Carson Dodge Chrysler not responsible for typographical errors”. No apology, no attempt to take any responsibility for the discrepancy, nothing. Had two numbers been transposed or something halfway feasible to explain this, I might have believed it, but this was a deliberate, well-orchestrated scam to bring niche customers for this vehicle into the dealership. The stock number of a dealer’s vehicle doesn’t change, and is the first element in a deal to be looked up in the computer once a deal is brought to the desk. The selling price, the dollar amount the dealer is into the vehicle and what the dealer’s profit margin is can all be seen immediately from the stock #. Had David actually been working with the sales desk, this price discrepancy would have been noticed and flagged the first time he disappeared around the corner. We of course walked out without any further communication – BEWARE CARSON DODGE AND THEIR TACTICS!!!!

  8. Yesterday I went to Avondale Dodge to have my truck serviced with just an oil change, but then the customer service guy said what about a tire rotation and we also noticed a nail in my left front tire and he said they could fix it for $l5.00 so I said the oil change and the tire rotation is okay but I would take the tire to get fixed where I bought it and they would do it for free. So all was agreed on and I waited 2 hours for my truck to be done. I paid and then on to fix my tire. Well low and behold the nail was still in the same tire on the left front!!! I was so mad that I called and wanted to talk to the service person that took care of me but was told to leave a message. I hate leaving messages so I called again and they transferred me to another person in the same office and he said the person was there standing in front of him and he handed the guy the phone. I told him what had happened and he said he would go ask the guy that had done my tires but to bring my truck back and they would do it again. I told the Firestone people I would be back because I wanted to prove to them at the Dodge dealership that the job was NOT done and I was still charged for it. When I got there of course the guy had already gone home but they were waiting for me. I told them I wanted my money back and I wanted the job done. I told them it was pretty sad that a person has to stand there and watch their vehicle being serviced because they can’t be trusted to do the job right the first time. I also talked to a customer that was waiting for his vehicle and left him with doubts about the service.

  9. 2nd brake issue on my 12 Grand Caravan. 1st was at 37 months and 24K miles. (rear calipers locked up). Got 50% coverage after an incredibly arduous and painful process involving not taking no for 5 calls and asking to get escalated. then faxing in a ton of dostuffentation and a number of calls….

    Now I have 48K and need all 4 rotors turned and all new pads as they are all under 2mm

  10. have a dodge dart 2013 .less than 30,000 miles. has been in for warranty work 10 times..a couple times twice for same thing because of shotty repair work. the last time it was in for warranty work they did 4,500.$ of damage to car. put on lift wrong. taking legal route. refusing to give insurance info. dealership owner wont answer calls. will also contact corporate.

  11. Window won’t roll up on drivers side. In warranty and I have to wait 3 weeks to get into the dealership to have it looked at. Wow Ram 1500

  12. i have a 2002 dodge caravan se and it rusting out so bad so i look at some more car and van and i see no rust but i see rust on the caravan my hood is also rusting out and i do not have the money to fix it but i take good care of my caravan so i am asking dodge to fix it because it not safe. bad bad

  13. Is cheating your customers, dishonoring your own warrants, and using unethical repairmen, worth you losing your whole soul for all eternity??!?!? Surely you know you will have to account for your actions, your riches, and your choices made in this lifetime before our LORD GOD WHO, yes, made even you!! When He created all that is created.. AMEN. I sure hope you can tell me what’s causing this oil leak, I checked the other culprits, but still don’t know what’s causing it. Can you give me some, (or just one, ) suggestions?? Thanks for all your help…

  14. To whom it may concern,

    Only one more service in 1500 miles and then, Bye Bye Courtesy Dodge. It can’t happen soon enough.

    Thank you, Service Manager!!!

    Ray Dillinger

  15. I am the owner of a 2011 Ram 1500. For the past four months I have been trying to get an answer from my local Dodge dealer (Bradford, Pa ) regarding bubbling that is occurring on the drivers side front fender. I have called the service manager three time and stopped in on another occasion to find out if Dodge had made a decision about it being repaired. He keeps telling me that Dodge has not got back to him yet. I don’t agree with this excuse. Two local body shops have already looked at it and agreed that it was a prep issue when the truck was first painted new. I keep my cars and trucks in very good condition and this is not what should happen after three years of owning it. The cost to me in order to have this repaired is $1000.00. Can someone please contact me regarding this issue. I have owned several Dodge/Chrysler cars and trucks over the past twenty years. But this may be my last. I’m very disappointed in the service this time around.

  16. I have a Dodge Dakota Sport truck,bought it new 2000, I have almost 300,000 miles on it LUV my Truck!!!! only had to rebuild transmission, last yr. it saved my life twice. still runs, just painted again, like new. Best truck in the world for me!!! Thanks Dodge

  17. My elderly dad 81 years old purchased a 2012 Dodge Ram in Feb of 2013. It had 100 test miles on it and he paid cash for it. On 091614 he noticed the airbag light on and took it to the dealership where he bought it. The automotive technicians were unable to repair it, so dodge sent 3 engineers to assess the situation. They have been unable to figure it out either. It is now 110614 and the truck is still in the shop in pieces. He called Dodge today to check the progress and they told him that there is nothing they can do. So now he has no vehicle and paid $26,000. The dealership offered him $5000 for a trade in for a new one. This is unbelievable . I have contacted the attorney general and the media in Houston and hope they can get some resolution. Before this I also purchased a Dodge Ram as well since I really loved it. I plan on selling it and tell everyone I come into contact with about this situation. If you are thinking about buying a Dodge DON’T!!!!!!

  18. Dodge gets one star from me by default. it wouldn’t let me put none or a negative there. I am the not so proud owner of a 2014 Dodge 2500 ram pickup with 9200, yes ninety two hundred, miles on it. For the fourth time, i am having serious brake issues with the vehicle. I have a case worker, who I’ve left several messages with and hasn’t returned my calls. I got another case worker by phone to be told that their system is doing an unexpected update and it would at least an hour or more before they could do anything. I have been without this vehicle for 30 days so far, and it has to go back again. Roadside assistance is a joke, and refuse to tow the vehicle to the dealer that has been working on it. I’ve been extorted on three occasions to drive the vehicle without brakes to the dealer or pay an outrageous fee for the tow. My only thought now is to hire an attorney and try to press the lemon law. It’s not like i have deep pockets, and its putting a hell of a strain on my wallet.

  19. 2011 Ram 1500 4X4 Bighorn


    where they fail to properly serve their largely Military customer base by over charging and not properly honoring warranty issues.

    4600 miles had to have the whole front end replaced. they had it for two weeks and I had to pay for my own rental car because they wouldn’t give me a loaner.

    The main number for Chrysler customer service wouldn’t pay for my rental or get me a loaner from the dealer

    take it later on for an oil change and they tell me my hood struts (little shocks that hold up the hood) are out and to bring it back. When I brought it back they told me I was just out of the warranty and they refused to fix it.

    Once again even the Main customer service line at Chrysler refused to do anything.

    67,000 miles the whole top end of the engine had to be replaced. Once again they wouldn’t give me a loaner and the main Chrysler customer Service line wouldn’t do anything either.

    Chrysler customer service is a joke, how are you going to point out a warranty issue with my vehicle and tell me to bring it back so you can fix it and then when I bring it back refuse to honor the warranty item that YOU pointed out.

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