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I noticed my car felt and sounded like the rear brake was on. I immediately took the car to Dealership. They had my car for two days and called me saying they adjusted the emergency brake but that they never really seen anything going on. I drove off knowing that something on the car didn't feel or sound right and again I started filming. I thought maybe I'm crazy because surely the mechanics know what they are talking about. Finally after two weeks I took the car back in and now they said because I drove the car with the right rear brake caliper stuck on it ruined my brake pad and rotor. Then the General Manager proceeds to tell my husband that all of the mechanical failures we've experienced are to be expected with the new auto technology.
- Melissa B.,
Sapulpa, OK, US
Thanks for putting a lemon onto the market. No wonder no one buys American cars anymore. Rear disc brake locks up, and then a week later, the other one? Are you kidding me? Then I have to pay the cost of the pads, and rotor that your defective product ruined? I HATE YOU. Don't buy anything Mopar, its not the same company it was in the 60s
- Robert W.,
Raleigh, NC, US