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Bought this 13 Dodge Dart with 2k on it. It was a California buyback that I knew had problems with last owner. Dealer told me Dodge had bought it back, went through it with a fine tooth comb, and said all problems were fixed. I bought it in March of 14 so it still had 2 years of factory warranty left which got used quite often. I have had many issues with it, but the one they can't figure out is the heater blower and switches go on/off by themselves. They replaced the HVAC system in Jan. which I was hoping took care of problem but I was wrong. I let dealer know of the situation 1 week ago and they asked me when it happens. Well once out on the open highway, and other times just going 30mph or less. I have factory remote start and it seems to do it after using that option. so the dealer said not to use remote start and see if it does it, well yes it did and not sure what I can do with this second time LEMON before the factory warranty goes off in March 2016. My whole issue is I owe nothing for the car, it has 18k on it now not sure if I want to keep it and what it's worth to anybody else. Any feedback would be great.
- Kevin M.,
Davenport, IA, US
blower turns on and off on own
My blower motor seems to turn off and on by itself. I imagine its a loose connection due to the fact if i hit a pothole it starts working again. I also knocked on the blower fan housing and it kicked on. its 20 degrees out and i dont have any heat blowing into the car!
- Jeremiah H.,
Milford, OH, US
The AC or heater will turn itself on and off on it's own. The AC and Auto switch are turned off. The temperature can be set to any degree. The recirculation or fresh air could be either one and the fan is on. The air conditioner will come on when the outside temperature is cold and the heater will come on when it is hot outside. They do not stay on continually, but one and off. When the appropriate switches are used, the system works fine. It is a pain when the inside of the car is either colder or hotter than the outside.
- Ken G.,
Walnut, CA, US