Jesse answered 2 years ago wpalos498 Try bringing it to a local technical or community college with an Automotive Service program there. I have taken the usual suggestions, speed up slower, break gradually. The most powerful of three V-6 engines offered, it accelerates the van easily from a standstill. The kids love the swivel and go seats and the fact that the middle captains chairs adjust forward and back. I dont have any code, can they be bad if you dont get a check engine light? A two-screen backseat system with two wireless headphones is optional, and each screen can show a different source simultaneously. There's plenty to keep your crew occupied while you enjoy the open road. To top it off the salesman wanted me to start doing paperwork before even seing the truck.
Not sure which part was the real culprit, but happy to finally have it fixed. If you've seen one minivan, you've seen them all, since it's hard to do anything very exciting or innovative within the constraints of a box intended for modern family transportation. If the O2 sensors or Cat converter gets really bad, you will get a check engine light, but they could still be 'bad' without it triggering the light as well. Poof, 27+ hwy and 17+ city. On your van the tires can make a big difference in mpg.
If you have the 3. While this might be a workable setup for kids, opposing adults will end up getting their legs tangled in the small remaining space between the rows. I drove it, it was nice, my wife liked it and we needed to get a deal done so we jumped on it. Something for the Chrysler brand to chew on. I will say out of the 2300 miles we put on it for the trip I did get 24 out of one tank, but for the most part it was 20 to 22 with me pushing it pretty hard. Best of luck to you and I am happy to help.
Thank you for your interest. I think he was a student who answered the phone and felt lazy or the school is really bad? While it rides comfortably, the van's structure doesn't feel that solid, and the driving position is awkward. I swapped out the O2 sensors and now get 23-25 mpg on the Interstate and about 20 in town. Cargo is not a problem with this van. Also someone mentioned synthetic oil but my 2013 takes a regular oil. Minivans aren't exactly known for being road rockets, but reviews read by TheCarConnection. Additionally, the air bags may inadvertently deploy, increasing the risk of a crash.
They said it was more powerful than gas additives you can get at auto stores. Consider the for its strong build quality, smooth handling and comfortable interior. If you have the 3. They just keep getting better. The latter item aids drivers any time the vehicle is in reverse by warning of cross traffic in both directions to prevent your minivan from being T-boned. Have your shop take it for a drive to confirm that it is shifting properly.
The recall began on May 26, 2015. I only bought it 10 months ago and tried to tell the dealership about it but i dont think they really cared. We were able to add cargo on the way back because of souveneirs and stuff. Available conveniences include Stow 'N Go and Swivel 'n Go second-row seating, integrated child booster seats and a class-exclusive power-folding third-row seat. Sadly I have to turn it off every time I start the van but hey, look at the money I save now. Just made a very pleasurable drive to Florida and was well pleased with the gas mileage! One interesting observation: While climbing a 1-2% grade, with a steady throttle setting, I had several 1 second decreases in engine rpm, by maybe 50-80, with a noticeable decrease in velocity. The key fob if applicable , should also be removed from the key ring.
Other Cars to Consider The offers a great safety score. Most frustrating is that it uses 1 quart of oil every 1,000 miles and Chrysler says that is normal. Could it be an issue with the car? Everyone else I've talked to has said No way that much oil consumption is normal in such a new vehicle. But, you have to buy something much smaller and lighter. This is the best bang for the buck! Over time and with use, the vehicle's rear axle may develop cracks which could lead to axle failure. All the storage compartments proved very helpful no matter what.
We needed a vehicle with more seating. A power-folding third row is optional, too. Send Mike an Hide full review. Each trim level comes equipped with a different engine. While it rides comfortably, the van's structure doesn't feel that solid, and the driving position is awkward. My current mpg is 12.
Air filter, tires pressure and spark plugs are ok. The Chrysler Town and Country minivan first hit the street in 1990, as an upmarket cousin to the Dodge Caravan and Plymouth Voyager. Both are rated for 16 city and 23 for highway mpg. What else could I do? Owners may contact Chrysler customer service at 1-800-853-1403. The Limited model we tested is powered by a 4.