The heated seats may stop working. Our technicians tell us special repair kits are available from Chrysler to correct this concern.
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Interior door pull handles are available separately and replacement of the door trim panel may not be required if only the door handle needs service.
If the brake switch (brake-shift interlock) is out of adjustment, the shift lever may not shift out of park.
Often misdiagnosed as a transmission oil pan gasket leak, the electrical connector on the automatic transmission may leak.
The rear spoiler may fail or become damaged. Commonly, the repair does not include replacing the complete spoiler assembly. Individual parts are available and can be replaced as necessary.
Chrysler Crossfire Questions and Answers
Hi can anyone help with this puzzlement? For no apparent reason My car would be running fine then when come to a stop it would die dead as a doorknob. Had towed to dealler ship put on Machine @ not...
I took my crossfire into the dealership a couple of months ago and was advised that I would need a new central locking modular installed. I told that the car would be fine but I will not be able t...
I seem to have the locking problem of another member on this Q/A board. Is there another way to unlock the trunk other than the key or power lock button on the inside?
Because the keyless entry transmitter won't work all of a sudden, I am unable to start the car, the alarm system will not disengage so dash lite keeps blinking & any movement makes the ala...
Chrysler Crossfire Reviews
ive had my crossfire since may of 2012, my fog lights keep randomly going off and i have no idea why. Ive changed my battery twcie now and it hasnt even been a year! please if anyone has had this issue give me feed back! i love the car but if its gonna keep costing a fourtune i have to get rid of it! :(
I bought my Crossfire LTD roadster last summer. It looked showroom fresh, except for the ugly marine glue the dealership used on the back window so that it wouldn't fall in. I thought it was a small problem, but nothing I could handle. The car had one owner, 65,000 miles, and was pristine. The OEM wheels had been replaced with beautiful Foose chromes, and the headlight shields, which tend to get crazed pretty quickly, had been replaced with something that looks great. I was in love. I've driven the car 3,000 miles, and I'm not so happy anymore. While turning a corner the other day, the entire vent on the driver side, the one that goes over the lights knob, fell out in my lap. The glovebox clasp fell out, so the thing hangs open. The rubber hose that connects the coolant overflow to the engine fell apart - you can only get that part from the dealer - so it's taped temporarily. I'm scared that the whole thing is going to fall apart before I can trade it. Gorgeous car, though. I'm going to miss it.
"2005" - Recently purchased "used." Was unable to adjust the right headlight, had to order the entire light assembly costing: $654. Had to go up on the dealers lift to make the change. Also ordered a replacement key costing: $179. The seat heaters for the bottom seat cushions do not heat up, (is that normal?) but the seat backs warm up nicely. Tire pressure sensor light is always on but tire pressure is perfect.
We purchased 2005 Crossfire Limited Roadster this spring. The car randomly does not start. Now it also randomly shuts down while driving. The dash board lights flash during shutdown. Car has 28,000 miles. If anyone has had these issues and found the solution please let us know, dealer cannot find the problem. Love the car but...........
Just wanted to tell Panama City who complained about the Crossfire saying, "That's why Americans have turned to foreign cars" implying that a Crossfire is American made. Well here's a big, fat duh.... The Crossfire has a Mercedes Benz engine and, therefore, is German engineered. Only about 5% of the components on the car originate in America. Get your facts straight before griping.