fairly significant
Typical Repair Cost:
Average Mileage:
44,000 miles
Total Complaints:
1 complaints

Most Common Solutions:

  1. add engine oil up to 4 quarts every 3 months (1 reports)
2006 Chrysler Town & Country engine problems

engine problem

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2006 Chrysler Town & Country Owner Comments

problem #1

Jul 312007

Town & Country

  • Automatic transmission
  • 44,000 miles


Since we bought this van, it leans on one side and after insisting them that I am not stupid and I have plenty of experience as a driver. When the technician from the dealer told me that was in my head and I need to drive all the way to the fast lanes so it does not lean so bad, after he test drove it himself. They found problem and fixed them ( plastic piece broke inside the left front wheel).

Then engine oil keeps disappearing and the tech couldn't find them so I have to keep add 3-4 quarts every 3 months. That problem caused my catalytic converter to clogged, so I have them changed. Water pump leaking so I have them changed as well. The plastic pieces broke again cause of the van leaning on one side again. The battery thing keeps going off when it rains or moisture so I have to be cautious on driving in the rain or it will shutdown. The van has not run good as before after catalytic converter change seemed to slow to start up. They told me that the engine for these Chryslers always have these problems and I might have to keep changing the catalytic converter every time the problems occur.

The other problems of this van were not so bad compared to the engine. I first thought that I have the top of the line van so I should not have any problems. Now I doubt that I will get Chrysler again. I got burned from the other Dodge van in the past also.

- Varunee B., Evansville, IN, USA

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