Chrysler in general. Dealership in specific.

Complaint: I bought this vehicle because a friend of mine had an earlier version and had had no problems aside from wind noise. When it came time for me to choose a car, I purchased a 1998 Amethyst Neon Expresso from a local Plymouth dealer. A sharp 5 speed manual transmission. Good gas mileage. What looked to be real winner. I was in love with its looks and performance…for a few months. It’s been in the shop often. Wind noise – no biggie. Bad ignition system – big problem. The dealership wouldn’t admit there was a problem with the ignition system and continued to replace spark plug wires and spark plugs (the no. 3 plug and wire kept frying). When the “check engine”” light came on

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Address: they simply flashed the computer and reset it to run rich to cover the bad performance. I argued. I complained. I even complained to Plymouth about the dealership. Then I gave up. The clutch bearing (not the clutch plate) went bad within 30

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Phone: 000 miles. I dropped $500 into a new clutch assembly and the new bearing is just as cheesy as the old one. The original problem which prompted the “”check engine”” light

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