Structure Related Problems of the 2003 Chrysler Town & Country

Table 1 shows four common structure related problems of the 2003 Chrysler Town & Country. The number one most common problem is related to the body (four problems). The second most common problem is related to the hatchback/liftgate hinge (three problems).

Table 1. Structure related problems of Chrysler Town & Country

  Recently reported Structure problems of the 2003 Chrysler Town & Country

The Body problem

Hello my name is [xxx] I am a survivor of a car crash I was on the way from picking my son up from school driving a man in front of me was drunk driving and as a mother I swerved to protect my son from getting hit which I didn't know was I actually didn't save him he suffered from multiple brain   Read details...

The Hatchback/liftgate Hinge problem

Liftgate was open, closed on its own and window exploded. Window glass was everywhere. .   Read details...

The Hatchback/liftgate problem

Rear hatch would lock - but not be secured. Several times, during acceleration, rear hatch would open - exposing occupants to outside - as well as forcing driver to stop vehicle in high speed areas (especially freeway on-ramps). Two previous notifications to the dealership were of no help.   Read details...

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