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Plymouth Suspension Problems

Plymouth owners have reported 278 suspension related problems since 1996. Table 1 shows the most common problems related the suspension of Plymouth vehicles. The number one most common problem is related to the vehicle's strut tower (48 problems). The second most common problem is related to the vehicle's front suspension (40 problems).

Statistics of Suspension Related Problems of Plymouth Cars:

Problem Category Number of Problems
Strut Tower problems
48
Front Suspension problems
40
Suspension problems
35
Front Suspension Strut problems
33
Front Suspension Lower Ball Joint problems
21
Front Suspension Lower Control Arm problems
12
Front Suspension Shock Absorber problems
12
Front Suspension Control Arm problems
11
Sway Bar problems
10
Front Suspension Wheel Bearing problems
7
Front Suspension Stabilizer Bar problems
6
Suspension Torsion Bar problems
6
Rear Suspension problems
5
Front Suspension Coil Spring problems
5
Front Suspension Upper Ball Joint problems
4
Suspension Noise problems
4
Clunking Noise problems
3
Rear Suspension Shock Absorber problems
3
Grinding Noise problems
3
Front Suspension Hub problems
2
Rear Suspension Springs problems
2
Rear Suspension Leaf Spring problems
1
Front Suspension Springs problems
1
Strut Failure problems
1
Front Suspension Leaf Spring U-bolt problems
1
Air Suspension Springs/bags problems
1
Rear Suspension Axle problems
1

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