definitely annoying
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
33,916 miles

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problem #5

Oct 202005

Town & Country 6-cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • 86,000 miles
The contact stated that three of four tires were leaking air. This air leakage was due to defective wheels. There were pits where beads set in the wheel of the vehicle. The tire dealer tire added sealant to the bead, and this did not correct the problem. The tire dealer recommended that the wheels be replaced. One of tires experienced extreme overnight leakage. The other two tires only leaked slowly. The wheels have not been replaced at this time. The manufacturer would not cover the wheels under personalized service contract warranty. The wheels were chrome plated aluminum and corrosion caused these pits. Updated 12/7/2005.

- Fort Wayne, IN, USA

problem #4

Nov 182004

Town & Country

  • 64,000 miles
After having to replace the tires three times air is still leaking from the rims. Dealership was notified, but did not resolve the problem.

- Fort Walton Beach, FL, USA

problem #3

Apr 272001

Town & Country 6-cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • miles
The consumer stated that the rear and front rim medallion chrome completely rusted and was leaking air. The dealer stated they had never seen this before. On two occasions the tire was replaced due to the rim leak, on another occasion, the tire was repaired due to a slow leak, then one last tire repair was due to the slow leak but had massive corrosion on the inside.

- Elkhart, IN, USA

problem #2

Oct 122003

(reported on)

Town & Country 4WD 6-cyl

  • miles
Consumer noticed a flat tire due to a slow leak which came from the rear driver's side aluminum rim. The dealer had been contacted. The tire was water tested and a slow leak was detected at the edge of the rim. The tire was removed from the rim and it was observed that the rim was flaking/corroded. The edge of the rim was cleaned with a power tool and greased. The tire was installed and inflated. This was the second flat tire due to a slow leak at the edge of the rim. The first incident occurred on the opposite side a few months earlier. The same repair procedure was used.

- Havertown, PA, USA

problem #1

Jul 212003

Town & Country 6-cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • 19,578 miles
The vehicle was parked when the consume heard a loud hissing noise. It was discovered the rim had corroded.

- Sebring, FL, USA