definitely annoying
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
46,413 miles

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2009 Dodge Caliber wheels / hubs problems

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2009 Dodge Caliber Owner Comments

problem #5

Sep 142013

Caliber 4-cyl

  • 86,417 miles


Valve stem broke while checking a customer's tire pressure.

- Pleasanton, CA, USA

problem #4

Jul 282012

Caliber 4-cyl

  • miles
While we were servicing this customer's vehicle the TPMS sensor and valve stem broke. This claim is filed on behalf of our customer.

- Pleasanton, CA, USA

problem #3

Aug 122011

Caliber 4-cyl

  • 74,900 miles
In the last 2 months I have had to replace 3 of my sensored valve stems. This has occurred while driving and when putting air into the tire. The first 2 I was able to get the sensor replaced without any problems, the last one I had to go to 4 different places to see if they had one, waited for 2 days to actually get the part and then have it put it in. The manager at the store said in the last month he has had many vehicles coming in to have these replaced as they were broken, especially Chrysler/Dodge/Jeep products.

- Amsterdam, NY, USA

problem #2

Apr 202011

Caliber 4-cyl

  • 48,750 miles
While checking tire pressure TPMS broke - filed by jiffy lube.

- Salem , NY, USA

problem #1

Apr 262010


  • 22,000 miles
Valve stem corrosion-failure on a 2009 Dodge Caliber with tire pressure monitoring system. I have had to replace two stems at a cost of over $100 each. One "fell apart" in my fingers when checking air pressure and the other blew out while driving. Could have been interesting if it happened at high speed.

- Buffalo, NY, USA

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