Biggest piece of expensive junk I've ever owned
September 28, 2018
Bought a 2007 Chrysler T & C brand new with a complete, bumper to bumper, Lifetime Power Train warranty. By 1009, under 50,000 miles, needed it's ''third'' torque converter, automatic door locks broke. By 2017, transmission went out. Had it towed ''three'' times back to dealer who said ''Nothing wrong''. Had it towed back to dealer for the "fourth'' time the transmission went out and was told "Yes, it is the transmission. Too bad your "Lifetime" warranty lapsed last month". When I questioned ''How can a ''Lifetime'' warranty lapse when I had the car there three times previously. I was told ''You brought the car in for ''transmission'' problems, not a ''Power Train Inspection'' appointment, thus voiding your warranty". Took the car to another Chrysler dealer and had the transmission replaced. One week later, the car would not go into reverse! Towed back to the dealer who said the transmission oil leaked out and ''no, that is not covered under the Chrysler one year transmission warranty"! Got it fixed. On the way home, car was jerking and jumping. Went back to dealer who checked it and said ''Oh! Your third torque converter is going bad. You are going to need the FOURTH torque converter put in". So, Under 133,000 miles, fourth torque converter, second transmission going on third, turn signals don't work right, windshield wipers miss, door locks broke, rusted out so bad it is ridiculous. If I was told that I had won the top of the line, loaded Chrysler made, I wouldn't even look at it. I would take the keys and a description of the car, go home and put it for ''highest bid'' on E bay or wherever and at the end of the week, sell it to the highest bidder and go buy myself a RELIABLE, DEPENDABLE car from a ''reputable'' dealer!