Question about Chrysler Concorde
OK, I think that the transmission should be looked at again if it stalls.
If the engine is found to be good, then I would definitely take it back and complain.
Posted on Oct 14, 2010
Well you fell for a nice one their ,dead cells in battery i have heard of some lame excuses to the un-initiated but that take the biscuit for insulting someone inteligence ,thats like telling a fisherman that the fish are not biting because they have gone on holiday or theri on a diet ,now as this is an american market build then you can read the OBDII connector with a cheap fault reader and see what the problem is from the fault code that the machine throws up,us in europe cannot use such a code reader because of the vehicle inspection test that uses a probe in the exhaust unlike america where the inspector reads the OBDII interface so in europe we have encrypted software so anything is dealer only ,even limp mode when a bulb goes that only a dealer can restore .Anyway either buy a code reader or take it to a garage with real mechanics that know what their talking about instead of back street know nothing cowboys .
Posted on Oct 13, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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