I bought a Dodge Dakota Sport in January of 1999. About two months later the valves started rattling. I was told that Chrysler was aware of the problem and was developing a computer program to fix the problem. I was told this on numerous occasions. Now the Chrysler Corporation is saying that the rattling valves is characteristic of the V6 Magnum engine. They can't fix it and they will not do anything to solve the problem.
They say it will not harm the engine and I say that is bunk. So I have to live with paying $20,000 for a truck that aggravates me with the rattling valves, not to mention the extra gas it burns.
Subj: Rebuttal to Report
Date: 6/30/00 8:15:38 AM US Mountain Standard Time
From: [email protected]
Reply-to: [email protected]
To: [email protected]
First of all when did this happen? Did he see a manager? Was the dealer notified of this report? I think there is alot of unaswered questions for your report on the internet. And our company name is a registered trademark when you search for it on the Google it finds this report.
I really think we need to solve this Hotlink in the search engine. You cannot use our company name in a search engine. Without our permission. Lets solve this matter imediately thank you very much.
Orange Park Dodge