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Inner Tie Rod Failure
- Typical Repair Cost:
- No data
- Average Mileage:
- 157,000 miles
- Total Complaints:
- 1 complaints
Most Common Solutions:
- not sure (1 reports)
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A D V E R T I S E M E N T S
I have had this car for a 7 months, put around 7,000 miles on it, and it was a great car when something wasn't broke. Within the second month of owning it I had to change the water pump and the oil pressure switch. The 4th month I had to change the radiator and the hoses. Then here was my final straw was when I was on my way home from the movies at 2 am on a back road. We stopped at a stop sign and then we crossed the highway and I was going maybe 10 mph at most while crossing, 60 minutes before with deep ditches on the sides of the road and corn fields too, then the tie rod snapped and I skidded to a stop. I WAS PISSED.
I had my father in law pick us up. Then the next morning we took it to my buddy's house and we fixed it and it was fine again after that. Then I put it up for sale that day and got rid of it within a few days.
F*ck Mopar. Never again will I buy any of their products. That's the second time I have had problems with their products. First a truck then their car. Main point is the inner tie rod snapped and could have caused a bad accident.
- Kenneth W., Terre Haute, US