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Re:I am a Sad mopar owner right now... 1 Week, 3 Days ago  
Also does this only do it with the remote star? What happens when you use the key or push start?
 
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Re:I am a Sad mopar owner right now... 1 Week, 3 Days ago  
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Also does this only do it with the remote star? What happens when you use the key or push start?

Same thing reguardless how i start it.
 
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Re:I am a Sad mopar owner right now... 1 Week, 3 Days ago  
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Should have bought a Chevy! I do like some Fords and Dodges but prefer the bowtie.

I knew this comment was coming but figured it would have shown up sooner, lmao. This is my first non gm car. Had a 2000 s10 extreme, 2001 monte carlo ss 2008 crew cab silverado 1500 ltz, and got a 2000 gmc sierra 3500 for a work/ winter car.

I just figured i would try something else, wanted a zl1 camaro but cant afford a $70k car. But even with the camaro ss my boys would have about 3 inches of leg room in the back seat of the camaro. I like the look of the chargers with the srt body style a lot and it has a ton of leg room for the front and back passengers. That and the 392 has a pretty fair hp/tq number to fit the sports car feel. I say feel because i cant consider a car with 4 doors a sports car
 
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Re:I am a Sad mopar owner right now... 1 Week, 3 Days ago  
I love that the big 3 brought back the old school look. One of my favorite cars is the 69 Charger. They do make some nice stuff. I think Dodge is the only full size truck that you can still get a manual tranny with.
Its crazy how expensive things are. Hopefully they will get your car fixed and back to you asap.smokescreens wrote:
YZ18 wrote:
Should have bought a Chevy! I do like some Fords and Dodges but prefer the bowtie.

I knew this comment was coming but figured it would have shown up sooner, lmao. This is my first non gm car. Had a 2000 s10 extreme, 2001 monte carlo ss 2008 crew cab silverado 1500 ltz, and got a 2000 gmc sierra 3500 for a work/ winter car.

I just figured i would try something else, wanted a zl1 camaro but cant afford a $70k car. But even with the camaro ss my boys would have about 3 inches of leg room in the back seat of the camaro. I like the look of the chargers with the srt body style a lot and it has a ton of leg room for the front and back passengers. That and the 392 has a pretty fair hp/tq number to fit the sports car feel. I say feel because i cant consider a car with 4 doors a sports car
 
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Re:I am a Sad mopar owner right now... 6 Days ago  
I usually like Mopars but I too had a PT Cruiser that was a complete heap. I also had a Dakota that was awesome though.
 
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Re:I am a Sad mopar owner right now... 5 Days, 22 Hours ago  
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I usually like Mopars but I too had a PT Cruiser that was a complete heap. I also had a Dakota that was awesome though.

PT cruisers had a little issue of the frame breaking and the right front tire would fold up under the car.
 
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Re:I am a Sad mopar owner right now... 5 Days, 21 Hours ago  
The worst matter, I had learned, was the effort and cost to replace the engine timing belt at the mileage it was recommended to be replaced.
 
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Re:I am a Sad mopar owner right now... 5 Days, 21 Hours ago  
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The worst matter, I had learned, was the effort and cost to replace the engine timing belt at the mileage it was recommended to be replaced.

And then there was the timing belt that if/when it breaks it takes out the upper end everytime and sometimes even the pistons when they hit the valves.
 
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