really awful
Crashes / Fires:
1 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
58,925 miles

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2008 Chrysler Town & Country wheels / hubs problems

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2008 Chrysler Town & Country Owner Comments (Page 2 of 2)

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problem #8

Oct 182010

Town & Country 6-cyl

  • 34,566 miles


Howling noises from rear wheels when moving. Touching brake pedal stops noise. Right and left calipers, rotors, and pads replaced with new. At 50,469 miles on 2/27/12, grinding noise recurred. Front wheel bearings replaced under extended warranty. At 50,484 miles on 2/28/12, noise from rear wheel recurred; left rear rotor warped, pads stuck. Replaced left rotor, freed up pads. Noise not cured. At 50560 on 3/7/12, noise verified by Chrysler mechanic, replaced right rear rotor and rear brake pads. Total cost to owner to date for these repairs: $413.73 and many visits to dealer. Far too much wear and tear for vehicle used only for personal transportation. Took delivery October 1, 2008. Averaged 1,231 per month since purchase. All repairs completed at Chrysler dealer.

- Alpena, MI, USA

problem #7

Jan 032012

Town & Country

  • 67,708 miles
The valve stem became corroded and broke off under the cap. The tire lost pressure while driving due to the defective valve stem, and valve stem had to be replaced to refill the tire with air.

- Lapeer, MI, USA

problem #6

Apr 012011

Town & Country

  • 60,000 miles
The contact owns a 2008 Chrysler Town and country. The contact stated that while inflating the tires, he noticed that the front passenger side valve stem was fractured. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic and the mechanic stated that the valve stem would have to be replaced. The vehicle was repaired. The vehicle was then taken to an authorized dealer for unrelated maintenance and the contact was informed that both passenger side valve stems were fractured. The vehicle was not repaired. The approximate failure mileage was 60,000.

- Pinckiney, ME, USA

problem #5

Sep 282011

Town & Country 6-cyl

  • 52,600 miles


One TPMS valve stem broke when I tried to add some air. Tire got flat instantly.

- Colchester, VT, USA

problem #4

Aug 122010

Town & Country 6-cyl

  • 30,000 miles
2008 Chrysler Town & Country... 5 recalls... brakes brakes brakes...I have had the brakes replaced 4 times now with 96,000 miles on it. Also the rear driver side caliper froze up and I had to replace the pads, rotor, caliper @ a cost of $250. The noise from the front hubs drove me crazy!! paid $550 to fix them and got bad parts off the shelf.. then I got a notice in the mail 3 months after I fixed them about bad bearings in the front and that I can be refunded the money spent to fix them. Now im trying to fill out the paper work need for the refund.

- Albion, NY, USA

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problem #3

May 162011

Town & Country

  • 30,100 miles
I found the right-rear valve stem broken, while trying to add air. It appeared to have been weakened by corrosion. The surrounding area of the wheel showed no signs of corrosion. The valve stems on this vehicle are also the tire pressure monitoring sensor (TPMS) sensors. Upon inspection, I found the other valve stems/sensors in poor condition. After the spare tire was installed, the vehicle was taken to the dealer for repair, under warranty. I asked that they replace the other three sensors, since failure appears imminent. The service writer explained that, while this is a common failure, they cannot replace the part, until it is actually leaking air; because the sensors are expensive. I feel this is significant, potential safety issue, because when the stem/sensors break, there is an almost immediate, total loss of pressure in the affected tire. If the stem/sensor broke while driving, loss of vehicle control could occur. There appears to be quite a bit of discussion related to this problem on Chrysler-related internet blogs and forums. Also, it appears Chrysler knows there is a problem, since newer vehicles have stems/sensors constructed of a more robust material.

- Taylor, MI, USA

problem #2

Jul 122010

Town & Country

  • 34,500 miles
We purchased a used 2008 town and country 13000 miles in December 2008. In April 2009 at 16000 miles it needed all four brake pads replaced. Dealer said brakes were not covered with warranty and this was just normal wear and tear. In June 2010 at 32,000 miles when we took it in for an oil change, the technician indicated all four brake pads needed to be replaced. On March 14 2009 we reported the cd player would not eject cd's, but no work was performed. On April 8 2009 we again reported radio/cd player would not eject cds. Dealer replaced the radio. On July 6 2009 we reported sound quality problems with the radio. It was replaced and on July 30th we experienced same problems only now the radio would just shut off completely. The radio was again replaced. On December 26 we reported the aux. Power outlet was inoperable and needed to be replaced. We also reported the engine was exhibiting a loud humming noise when we approached speeds of 40 mph. Technician told us it was a computer problem and that was reset. Within one day the sound was back. In July 2010 we were traveling to denver Colorado and the ac would cut out when we approached 65 mph. In addition the RPM's would go as high as 4000-5000 at 60 mph. Car had to be towed into a local dealership in which the said the service department said the valve body and hub bearings were causing the noise and problems.

- Oswego, IL, USA

problem #1

Apr 192010

Town & Country

  • 22,502 miles
I did not drive my 2008 Town & Country van for 2 months as a result of my foot surgery, 2/17/10 to 4/19/10. On the morning of 4/19/10, as I attempted to move my vehicle out of my garage, the vehicle would not move. I further depressed the gas pedal and the vehicle appeared to "break free" and move. It seemed as if the wheels were frozen. As I drove to work, I noticed that when I applied the brakes, the braking was uneven and the brakes were "chattering." The van also took longer to stop. When I got to work, I called my local Chrysler dealer and advised them of the problem. They told me that it would not be covered under warranty. The van has 22,500 miles on it. I then took the van to a local repair shop. They showed me that the freezing of my wheels that morning was actually the rear pads rusting to the rotors. I saw the mark on the rotors where they had rusted. It then made the rear rotors uneven causing the chatter. They then showed me that the front pads were very low. They suggested that the rear rotors and pads be changed along with the front pads. The entire job came to $650. To me this is unsafe and no fair. I believe this should not happen to a car with less than 23,000 miles on it. It was obvious to me that this problem had to be corrected immediately. I was not going to pay the dealership to do it because I feared that they would replace the brakes with the same make that had failed.

- Pittstown, NJ, USA

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