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2007 Dodge Caliber
CarComplaints.com Notes: The 2007 Dodge Caliber has all kinds of suspension problems at relatively low mileage: typically 40-50,000 miles.
The most commonly reported problems are with ball joints & control arms going bad. Tie rods & leaking struts are also reported failing in the same mileage range.
Unfortunately all the suspension problems means some owners only find out after they notice their tires are ruined.
We've given the 2007 Caliber our worst rating because these problems happen at such low mileage, & it involves a wide range of apparently defective parts. With most other cars, major suspension work is pretty rare under 50,000 miles.
Worst 2007 Caliber steering Problems
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- premature tie rod and ball joint failure23
- outer tie rod failure14
- lower control arm failure7
- tie rods inter and outer are bad7
- broken rack and pinion2
- power steering hose pops off with frigid temps (-40)1
- NHTSA: Steering42
- NHTSA: Steering: Linkages: Tie Rod Assembly7
- NHTSA: Steering: Rack And Pinion1
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