Question about 1995 Chrysler Cirrus
The car has 92,000 miles on it.Car bucks when going up hills or up mountains. Does not do it on straight roads only when going up hills or under load. And only when up around 3200 to 3800 RPMs. The following parts were replaced: crank sensor, cam sensor, distributor, spark plugs, wires, and ECU. All replaced with Chrysler parts, but done by an independant garage. The local Dodge dealer has also looked at my car through the independant garage and they both can't find what the problem is. The cam and crank sensors have been sycronized and reset under numerous times. Just with that problem alone I have spent close to book value on repairs alone, it makes me wonder what else it could be. I can't afford to spend much more money on this car. I have even called Chrylser and they said to take it to the dealer and the factory engineers will try to troubleshoot it, but the Dodge dealer couldn't even find the problem.
Talk tgo the dealership about putting the copilot on it...this will enable you to record info for them when the problem is occuring and maybe help solve it instead of guessing
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
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