9.2

really awful
Typical Repair Cost:
$1,270
Average Mileage:
74,400 miles
Total Complaints:
5 complaints

Most common solutions:

  1. not sure (5 reports)
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problem #5

Aug 082021

1500 Rebel V6

  • Automatic transmission
  • 94,000 miles

Shame on Chrysler!

Shame on dealerships for denying this safety issue with faulty air suspension!!

There needs to be a recall.

- Tina B., Rochester, US

problem #4

Apr 012021

1500 Rebel V6

  • Automatic transmission
  • 90,833 miles

Shame on Chrysler!

Shame on dealerships for denying this safety issue with faulty air suspension!!

There needs to be a recall - this has happened twice.

- Tina B., Rochester, US

problem #3

Mar 032021

1500 Rebel V6

  • Automatic transmission
  • 87,000 miles

Shame on Chrysler!

Shame on dealerships for denying this safety issue with faulty air suspension!!

There needs to be a recall - this is the third time.

- Tina B., Rochester, US

problem #2

Aug 302019

1500 Sport 5.7L V8 Hemi

  • Automatic transmission
  • 49,648 miles

First, my front struts went on the Sept. long weekend. Dealership wanted $6400.00 Cdn. I found new struts @ wholesaler and he repair ended up costing $3500 Cdn. One week later air wouldn't lift and kept getting error message "Unable to achieve ride height due to payload".When ride height was selected, compressor would continue to run until vehicle was turned off. Supposedly only needed update. Now compressor has failed and dealer offered me a deal of 1/2 price (my share is $1750 Cdn). This is third time in as many weeks that my RAM has been to the dealer. My son-in-law sold his RAM (identical to mine) last year because of THREE complete failures in 6 months. He is never going back to a Dodge product and I am feeling the same way. The people in the service dept. as well as the manager have all commented on the annoyance of RAM 1500 trucks constantly coming in for repairs as well as the exorbitant price Dodge charges for parts. While my RAM is now in the shop (has 82000 km) the front transaxles are being replaced for the second time due to failure. One of the mechanics has said this is another common problem that Dodge knows about.

- Darcy L., Edmonton, AB, Canada

problem #1

Sep 132019

1500 Sport 5.7L V8 Hemi

  • Automatic transmission
  • 50,331 miles

I am sure the compressor failed was due to the improper repair and update of the front struts, causing the compressor to constantly run until the vehicle was shut down. Dodge is aware of the air suspension problems and does nothing to fix it, much like GM with the last key problem. Until Dodge has their feet held to the fire they will continue to produce defective products.

- Darcy L., Edmonton, AB, Canada