fairly significant
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
14,522 miles

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2003 Dodge Intrepid brakes problems

brakes problem

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2003 Dodge Intrepid Owner Comments

problem #3

Aug 092004

Intrepid 6-cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • 13,565 miles


Dealer replaced at 13,565 miles the front rotors and pads. At 39,092 miles, rotors were resurfaced and replaced the pads. At consumer's expense at 51,000 miles dealership resurfaced the rotors.

- Douglasville, GA, USA

problem #2

Jul 012004


  • Automatic transmission
  • 30,000 miles
I purchased my 2003 Intrepid in December 2003 with 20,000 miles.in the spring of 2004 I had to replace the front rotors and discs it is now August 2004 and the same problem is occurring starting with squeaking and pulsation followed by grinding. The vehicle now has 40,000 miles on it and I am once again replacing rotors and discs. I do not have the 1st pair of rotors and discs that were replaced however I will keep this set. Another problem I have started noticing is when shifting the car into drive it occassionally does not respond and I have to place the vehicle in park a couple of times before drive will engage.

- Richwood, OH, USA

problem #1

Jul 202004

Intrepid 6-cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • miles
The vehicle was taken to a mechanic for an oil change. The mechanic informed the consumer that the brake pads and rotors were worn out and needed to be replaced. The consumer drove the vehicle to a dealer for inspection. The dealer informed the consumer that the rotors needed to be replaced due to worn out parts. The consumer found the front brake rotor rusted and pitted. The vehicle had less than 10K miles when the vehicle was purchase.

- Venetia, PA, USA

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