2010 Dodge Caliber Repair and Maintenance

A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2010 Dodge Caliber

2010 Dodge Caliber Problems

Water Leak From Sun Roof Drain Tubes

Water leaks from the headliner may be cause by damaged sun roof drain tubes.

No start or no crank due to theft system wireless control module

A no crank or no start condition may be the result of a theft system fault. Our technicians tell us that replacing the wireless control module should correct this issue.

Blown struts

The front struts may wear prematurely, resulting in poor handling and/or a rough ride. Struts may also be diagnosed as leading. When replacing front struts on 2007 - 2009 vehicles, the jounce bumper should be inspected. If it is found to be a one-piece black rubber part, it should be replaced with a newly designed jounce bumber end dust shield.

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2010 Dodge Caliber Questions

I have had my car fixed at lease four times but my ETC light still comes on (1 answer)

When it comes on I lose speed and when I stop and pull out my car jerks

I have delayed shifting or slipeage on my 2010 dodge caliper sxt. What can i do (1 answer)

What is a Hvac air head control unit? (2 answers)

The AC/heater fan stopped working in my Caliber. My mechanic told me that the "Hvac air head control unit" needs to be replaced. I tried looking up the part on-line and cannot find it.

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2010 Dodge Caliber Recalls

Right Front Door May Open Unexpectedly

Some vehicles may have been assembled with an incorrect lock rod in the right front door. As a result, the door could open unexpectedly, increasing the risk of passengers not wearing their seat belts being ejected from the vehicle. Dealers will inspect and replace the right front door lock rod as necessary. The recall is scheduled to begin during June 2010. The Chrysler recall number is K09.

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2010 Dodge Caliber Reviews

My sunroof leaks, hell floods into my interior and my dome light. Dealer wants $200 to fix!!!!! Found out this is a KNOWN problem direct from manufacturing. Can I fix this myself?

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