3.3

definitely annoying
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
41,500 miles

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2010 Dodge Avenger wheels / hubs problems

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2010 Dodge Avenger Owner Comments

problem #2

Jan 162017

Avenger

  • 46,000 miles

A D V E R T I S E M E N T S

We have never had a flat tire until we bought this car, the monitoring valve stems have to be defective. We have had three blowouts all on the highway within the past three years due to these stems. Is there a recall" if not there should be. We would get rid of them but they tell us the light on the dashboard will stay on. There is no warning, the light does not come on and we check our tire pressure. I see Dodge has had recalls on these stems but not for the Avenger. Each time we lose the tire too, by the time we can pull out of traffic on the highway. It costs us $120 dollars each time for the tire new monitoring valve stem, having it programmed and a tire, already $360 and the possibility of getting killed changing the tire each time. Can you help us? we have one original one left and we know it is going to go" the car was purchased from milford Chrysler Dodge Jeep dealer, milford pa 18337, phone number 570-296-2636. Thank you, laura hendricks 150 meadow ridge acres road dingmans ferry, pa 18328

- Dingmans Ferry, PA, USA

problem #1

Aug 142014

Avenger 4-cyl

  • 37,000 miles
I parked the car and went back to it and the front tire was flat, due to the TPMS (tire pressure monitoring) sensor had corroded, causing it to break off and the valve stem to go inside the tire and wheel of the car. A further inspection of the rest of the TPMS sensors revealed that the right rear TPMS sensor was also corroded and half broken, and could have snapped off while driving, causing an immediate blow-out of the tire and a potential crash/injury.

- Andover, MA, USA

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