definitely annoying
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
26,558 miles

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2005 Dodge Caravan drivetrain problems

drivetrain problem

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2005 Dodge Caravan Owner Comments

problem #2

Aug 182008

Caravan 6-cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • 20,616 miles


2005 Dodge Caravan drive axle failure. Consumer feels that the dealership should be responsible for the repairs. The drive axle failed as the consumer was making a right turn.

- Massapequa, NY, USA

problem #1

Aug 042007

Caravan 4-cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • 32,500 miles
I drove 2 hours on the highway and parked the car when I arrived at my destination. After 10 minutes I went to leave and I put the car in drive; it started cranking and started to roll backwards. Parts of my car started falling out of the transmission. My car only had 32,000 miles on it. The axel got caught in the transmission and broke all the pieces in the transmission. It took 3 weeks for my car to be repaid and I was not able to get a loaner car from Dodge even though I complained.I could have been killed if this had happened an hour earlier on the highway. The second incident occurred in October. I was driving on my way home with my sister and my 6 year old daughter in the car. It was raining and all of a sudden my electrical system went haywire. My windshield wipers stopped working and my windows wouldn't open. A few minutes later when I arrived home, I noticed that my car was smoking. About 15 minutes later, I went out to check on my car and found that it was running without the key in the ignition. I put the key in and the car shut down. The next morning, I went to call the dealership and when I went to look at my car, it was running once again. By the time the tow truck arrived, my battery was dead. Once again we could have been killed in an accident. These are two major safety issues. I am afraid to drive my car now. I think that I should receive a new car that doesn't have all of these major safety issues.

- Brookfield, CT, USA

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