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Average Mileage:
111,500 miles
Total Complaints:
4 complaints

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2004 Chrysler Crossfire engine problems

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2004 Chrysler Crossfire Owner Comments

problem #4

Aug 032015


  • CVT transmission
  • 102,000 miles


Driving down the road and my crossfire engine shut off – again! I spent $260 for Shelor Motor Mile to tell me that they could not find out what was wrong with my crossfire. This happened 3 more times over the next 4 months. VERY DANGEROUS

- , Hiwassee, VA, USA

problem #3

Nov 052014


  • CVT transmission
  • 96,000 miles

Slowing down for a stoplight and the crossfire engine simply stopped running. I ran another vehicle off the road and got to the shoulder. It would not start again for 45 minutes.

- , Hiwassee, VA, USA

problem #2

Jan 222016


  • CVT transmission
  • 118,000 miles

I was driving 70 mph on I81 when my 2010 Chrysler Crossfire simply stopped running. I was beside a truck with one in front and 3 behind. Barely made it to the side of the road and caused a lot of braking and honking. The 4th time this has happened, and was extremely dangerous.... Amazed that I made it out alive.

- , Hiwassee, VA, USA

problem #1

May 152015

Crossfire V6

  • Automatic transmission
  • 130,000 miles

One day I was driving doing the freeway doing about 70MPH when all of a sudden the engine died, I had to quickly cut across all lanes to exit the freeway as the speed limit on the free I-20 in Dallas, TX is 70MPH and anyone stopped or stalled on freeways with people driving that fast life is at high risk. After exiting the freeway I came to a light and set there for about 5-10 Minutes as I repeatedly tried to start the car. Then after about 10 minutes the car just started back up. This has happened 4 or 5 times since then, This is life threatening and needs to be looked into ASAP, as these cars cut off in the middle of driving at high speeds.

- , Dallas, TX, USA

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