The Reliability score is predicated on our latest subscriber survey of 2006 Chrysler PT com/disney-cruise-line/hawaii Cruiser owners. The owner feedback describe problems respondents experienced with this car.
Shocks or struts, ball joints, tie rods, wheel bearings, alignment, steering linkage (includes rack and pinion), energy steering (pumps and hoses, leaks), wheel balance, springs or torsion bars, bushings, electronic or air suspension.
“This automotive appears like I am driving a Jeep in Afghanistan. My trusted mechanic informed me it can be prohibitively costly to repair – however now it’s so bad, I either have to repair it or junk it”
“Had to substitute them with the intention to correct vibration problems”
“I have had to substitute this not less than three times since I’ve owned the vehicle”
“The front suspension required important repair on 2 events. The first was a close to complete rebuild at just over 8,000 miles”
“I have had to fix this no less than 3 times since I purchased this vehicle”
“worn front a arm bushings”
“Bushings were cracked and nearly destroyed as a result of being fabricated from plastic”
“this was the third time I needed to replace the entrance bushings”
“Bushings apparently had been worn, or worn out for a while, inflicting the automotive to quiver and the front end to shake with the AC on”
“We have replaced the engine mounts on at least 5 separate occasions. The rear engine mount is probably improperly designed, as it is essentially the most costly to exchange and only lasts just a few thoUSnd miles. It seem Chrysler substitute components are crud!”
“Replaced front struts and tie rods after entrance wheels began to shake”
“Normal put on and tear”
“Tie rod bent. Probably happened when i hit a pot hole”
“both front wheel bearings went out withing 6 months of one another. also needed new axle on one side”
“see earlier comment”
Blower (fan) motor, A/C compressor, condenser, evaporator, heater system, automated climate management, refrigerant leakage, electrical failure.
“had the vendor change it”
“A/C blower had or be replaced”
“Alternater shorted out. Value $850 to fix”
“Trunk release cease lights do not work”
“Secondary cooling fan failed. Air conditioning therefore would not work”
“Age associated put on & tear”
“Dealer could not find the leak.Spent over $800 for nothing. Charge the A/C system my self as needed”
“It looks like all these parts simply began to rust or get brittle at the same time. Had to replace the whole A/C system a bit of at a time, including the hoses, because they leaked on the ends where they met the compressor. Very frustrating for humi”
“Every year when Summer time comes the refrigerant has to be refilled. This year, it wouldn’t even hold for two weeks and the estimated value to repair was near $1000, so we’re not fixing it”
“All leaks were associated to the evaporator”
“Coolant kept leaking out. Dealer replaced compressor however still leaked. Finally traced problem to corroded evaporator. We spent about 500 trying to find problem. Chrysler finally coated the ultimate restore with the evaporator”
Alternator, starter, hybrid battery and related methods, regular battery, battery cables, engine harness, coil, ignition swap, digital ignition, distributor or rotor failure, spark plugs and wires failure.
“If you mean the panel on the facet of the driver’s aspect seat it fell out! Dangles, is difficult to use. Will not simply “pop again in”. Shoddy. Shoddy development it seems”
“Control, module failed and energy to AC was lost”
“When my warning lights flash, my gauges (gas, speedometer, rpm) act like the car is turned off and back on once more. Typically the car stalls whereas driving”
“When it rains the moisture condenses contained in the brake mild covers and the brake lights go out”
“mostly stop working three years ago. no recognized cause; mechanic mentioned restore would be expensive due to air bag in steer assembly the place he must go to get problem”
“Cam sensor needed replacment”
“all of the warning lights, together with ‘low fuel’ flash on & off intermittently esp. if it is or has rained. nevertheless, there isn’t any real issues simply this short of the system”
“The warning lights got here on by themselves, the panel behind the switch received very hot, and the warning lights would keep on till it cooled off. This is the second incident within the last 18 months”
“Battery discharging light- resolved by having PCM reset”
“Whenever I activate anything associated to the sprint (A/C, windows, radio), my warning lights flash, my gauges show a loss of energy, and generally the automotive stalls. This continues till every thing is turned off after which I nonetheless get warning lights at times”
“Main system board failed a number of times, and likewise required the replacement of the complete engine electric wiring harness because it was shorted out in several locations attributable to the main board failure”
Accessory belts and pulleys, engine computer, engine mounts, engine knock or ping, oil leaks.
“The value was about $1000.00 to change the engine mounts. That’s the largest expense I’ve had so far”
“3rd time changed engine mounts”
“I’ve had to have the engine mounts replaced 4 occasions with the most recent time being in 2019”
“Upper motor mount was discovered to be worn out by my mechanic during routine radiator flush. After this was changed I might feel a noticeable enchancment in acceleration”
“We have had the fuel line closest to the engine changed three times. Each time, the Chrysler part is defective, so the problem returns. The last time we had it fastened, the plastic finish of the gasoline line from the fuel tank to the engine compartment cracked,”
“Oil leaks through cylinder head gasket”
“Valve cowl gasket”
Antilock system (ABS), parking brake, master cylinder, calipers, rotors, pulsation or vibration, squeaking, brake failure or put on.
“LF brake caliper froze. Wanted new caliper and brakes on front”
“You would never know when you’ll lose brakes. They’d work after which not. I had auto storage keep the car and drive it until problem returned. They needed to drive for two weeks. Very scary,”
“in addition to new entrance brakes, the rear drums needed alternative on account of warping”
“The rotors seem to warp prematurely”
“Brakes noisy even after having pads replaced”
Paint (fading, chalking, cracking, or peeling), unfastened inside and exterior trim or moldings, rust.
“Roof and Rear bumper cowl clear coat peeling off and paint fading. Probably brought on by the sun”
“paint on the bumpers crack. I had a finisher attempt to repair which lasted about six weeks. I wish I had gotten the rubber bumpers as they seem to take more wear”
“The downside is greater than three (3) years previous , I miss read, the paint on each front and rear bumpers have paint clear-coat peeling off. Misread due to custom paint on front”
“An space about the scale of a cell phone rusted out immediately below the window on the tailgate”
Squeaks, rattles, wind noises, loose or cracked seals and/or weather-stripping, air and water leaks.
“Because it is turbo, when a leak developed after the Mass Airflow sensor, the automotive self accelerated without warning. Very Dangerous. As soon as all engine air leaks have been fastened, all the things was fine”
“Water collects in rear of automobile after a hard rain”
“Noisy to drive”
Cruise management, clock, warning lights, physique management module, keyless entry, wiper motor or washer, tire pressure monitor, inside or exterior lights, horn, gauges, 12V power plug, remote engine start, alarm or security system
“Corroded and broke near battewry”
“R/R camshaft place sensor”
“Ignition swap would cause the sprint lights to flicker on and off and cause the engine to stall, sputter or turn off. Had to substitute ignition switch”
Engine rebuild or replacement, cylinder head, head gasket, turbo or supercharger, timing chain or timing belt.
“Gasket failed inflicting overheating, lack of coolant, and having to have the cylinder head machined to right the problem”
“Timing belt broke”
“It was previous and cracked. Additionally clutch was worn badly and replaced”
Radiator, cooling fan, antifreeze leaks, water pump, thermostat, overheating.
“Fan Failed, Alternative cost a lot moolah”
“Car wished to stall at lights especially with the AC on”
“Intermittent downside w/temp gauge rising, intermittently, underneath load. No leaks famous. one shop thought drip noted from heater core, replaced that. still overheating one week later. block examined: okay. still shedding coolant- bubbling noise when shut off”
Gear selector or linkage, leaks, transmission computer, transmission sensor or solenoid, clutch adjustment, tough shifting, slipping transmission.
“When I put automotive in park the key cannot be release unless you wiggle the gear shift. Mechanic says the plastic inside might be cracked. Typically I must “wiggle” a long time to release the key or start the car. I’m not prepared to pay to have”
“no or little adjustment”
Power or guide windows, locks and latches, tailgate, hatch or trunk, doors or sliding doors, mirrors, seat controls, security belts, sunroof, convertible top.
“The trunk remote latch stopped operating”
“An space about the scale of a cellphone rusted completely by on the hatch beneath the window”
Transmission rebuild or alternative, torque converter, clutch alternative.
“I skilled tough shifting and poor ecceleration- wanted clutch changed and a sensor final February”
“Clutch went out at about 36,000 miles. Have had problems with engine slicing out and never idleing”
Test engine mild, sensors (contains O2 or oxygen sensor), emission control units (contains EGR), engine pc, engine laptop, gas cap, gasoline gauge/sender, gas injection system, fuel pump, gasoline leaks, stalling or hesitation.
What Owners Say
“Car usually throws a code for issues with the catalytic converter, nevertheless it appears to be a sensor points and not the converter. It comes on periodically, the goes off after a few begin cycles. Mechanic says its as a result of its an aftermarket O2”
CD or DVD gamers, radio, speakers, GPS, communication system (e.g., OnStar), display display freezes or goes blank, telephone pairing (e.g. Bluetooth), voice control commands, steering wheel controls, portable music device interface (e.g., iPod/MP3 player), backup or other digicam/sensors.