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1991 Dodge Stealth Repair and Maintenance Costs

A guide to repairs, service, and maintenance costs for your 1991 Dodge Stealth

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1991 Dodge Stealth Problems

Delayed Shift With Automatic Transmission

Vehicles with automatic transmissions may exhibit a delayed 2/3 or 3/4 upshift when transmission fluid temperature is below 95 degrees Fahrenheit. Our technicians tell us this is considered a normal condition.

Oil Leak From Transfer Case

The transfer case may develop a leak from the output seal. Our technicians tell us that if the transfer case oil level becomes low severe internal damage will result. Any leaks should be promptly addressed and the oil level should be checked at regular intervals.

Drive train failure due to tire size mismatch

 

Tire size mismatch on all-wheel drive vehicles can cause the front and rear driving wheels to "fight" (driveline wrap-up) which can result in drive train failure. Our technicians tell us that original equipment size wheels and tires should always be used to avoid the issue.

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1991 Dodge Stealth Recalls

Oil Leaks From Transfer Case

The transfer case for the all wheel drive system may leak oil, and lead the transfer case to lock up. Dealers will inspect the transfer case for signs of oil leakage. On units that do not show signs of leakage, the oil will be changed for the unit. Cases that show signs of leaks will be replaced free of charge to resolve the concern.

Front Brake Hoses Leak

The front brake hoses may crack and leak when the suspension is at full travel and the steering is turned all the way to the lock. Dealers will replace the left and right front wheel side brake hoses with revised hose assemblies free of charge to resolve the concern.

All Wheel Drive Transfer Case Leaks Oil

The all wheel drive transfer case may leak oil, resulting in case failure. Dealers will install a C-ring to the transfer case to prevent oil leakage, or replace the case as needed free of charge to resolve the concern.

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