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definitely annoying
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
30,000 miles

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2004 Chrysler Crossfire suspension problems

suspension problem

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2004 Chrysler Crossfire Owner Comments

problem #1

Jun 202008


  • 30,000 miles


Design of vehicle did not allow for camber adjustment to front tires unless a weld is cut and a new piece is installed. Therefore, over time the camber of the tires can became such that the front tires wear on the inside edge that cannot be seen by the owner of the vehicle during a normal walk around inspection. This places the owner of the vehicle in a position that a tire which appears to be in good condition when inspected, may blow out without notice when at highway speeds. It would seem that a manufacturer's design that requires a weld to be cut and a new part installed at a later date to allow for a simple tire alignment adjustment and may lead to a potential tire failure until discovered by the owner, is not a vehicle design which incorporates a high degree of safety engineering.

- Buchanan, MI, USA

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