Why did all this start to begin with? Nothing looked out of place so restarted car. The failure did not recur. All of these parameters can be re-programmed by the dealer. On November 28, 2012 at 12,940 miles both front tires worn completely down. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure. No airbags went off and the car immediately died.
On June 21,2013 at 29,526 miles the entire engine went out and has yet to be replaced. The entire electrical system failed because my engine turned off as well as the dashboard completely went dark to include headlights, turn signals, and the hazard lights. That said, some rudimentary elements remain, like cheap airplane-style map lights and a wobbly turn-signal stalk. There is very little left and the manufacturer had an investigation done and will not tell me why this happened. The failure mileage was 58,000. Go out and inspected car even looking under hood. But were told my manufacturer representative they would not tell me because they would not want it out in the public.
The have ran updates, yet the noises are still there. While driving on the interstate doing about 65mph at 5am, I disengaged the cruise control on my vehicle, my car all the sudden turned off and lost complete power, including steering, brakes, and acceleration. The system could fail during a drive cycle of day with extreme cold weather and put my family in danger. That said, some rudimentary elements remain, like cheap airplane-style map lights and a wobbly turn-signal stalk. The zirconia generates voltage from approximately 1V in richer conditions to 0V in leaner conditions. If nothing was changed why would these settings get messed up? Reminds me of the Neon that I had before this car.
I can not sell this vehicle or I will be upside down in the value. Vehicle Overview The five-seat Dodge Avenger is related to the Chrysler 200 — formerly the Sebring — and both cars got a new interior, a revised suspension and a new V-6 engine option for 2011. The driver sustained minor injuries, but did not require medical attention. Made it home, no more battery light. But at least it has a cool marketing campaign.
The key was still in the on position. The windshield would not defrost enough for the car to be driven. Turned the car off and then restarted it just fine and now the light is off. Dealer mechanic took car home same thing happened to him needed a tow to the shop. The coolant in the transmission stilll spoiled the transmission a couple months later. On April 30, 2013 at 25,597 miles, both lower tie rods had to be replaced. The car engulfed in flames and the engine, windows, entire inside, everything burned.
The system was flushed and found a huge amount of sludge build up due in the heater core. I called Dodge to inform them of the problem and they documented but didn't seem very concerned with issue. On January 30, 2013 at 17,365 miles, two sensors had to be replaced. Possibly a dead battery that needs to be replaced in the key fob. The contact stated that the vehicle stalled numerous times while driving various speeds.
The heated oxygen sensor 1 has a closed-end tube made of ceramic zirconia. On January 30, 2013 at 17,365, both front ties went bald and had to be replaced. My guess it will continue happening until further investigated by Dodge. You can try to disconnect the vehicles batt for 15 mins or so and see if that helps. The vehicle was able to restart after one attempt. The contact had to make several attempts to start the vehicle. This is a major safety hazard! The vehicle was taken to the dealer where it was diagnosed that the alternator needed to be replaced.
The manufacturer was notified of the incident. Last week my 05 5. I'm gonna hook up the maximus 2. The alternator was replaced from first visit and Dodge says no codes are coming up and are not fixing anything. The first thing I would suspect is the ignition key. It detects the amount of oxygen in the exhaust gas compared to the outside air. Consequently, the vehicle struck a pole on the driver side door.