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Crack In The Dashboard
2001 Dodge Ram 2500 (Page 1 of 7)
- Typical Repair Cost:
- Average Mileage:
- 102,050 miles
- Total Complaints:
- 131 complaints
Most Common Solutions:
- replace dashboard (53 reports)
- recall on dash would help (32 reports)
- not sure (31 reports)
- file class action to mandate dodge to replace safety hazard (7 reports)
- replace dash with quality material (4 reports)
- install pre formed plastic dash (3 reports)
accessories - interior problem
- LMC Has A REAL Dash Replacement Now - My 2001 Ram2500 had the typical cracked,caved dash. $247, shipped. LMC now offers a replacement dash, NOT A COVER.
A D V E R T I S E M E N T S
Dash top on my truck started by a death crack across the middle, then as time went by, it became super brittle and it now looks like someone smashed a bunch of plates and left them on my dashboard. Then the plastic surrounds my clocks and dials started cracking and breaking, followed by the plastic on the glove box, so now my glove box hangs down horizontally. The problem is clearly a cheap plastic that becomes brittle after exposure to the sun.
I took my vehicle years ago to the Glendale CA Dodge service center and I showed them a massive print out list of everyone complaining about the same thing. They offered me a new dash but wanted almost two thousand dollars for the install...
I objected to the robbery attempt and said, well, just give me the part you say is free and I will install; of course they refused to give me the free part as it was only free if I pay their exorbitant rate to install.
They were really charging fully for the install and part so nothing was really free.
- linkspider, Los Angeles, US