70 TrueDelta members own (or used to own) a 2003 Chrysler Town & Country. 17 of these members
(24.3%) have reported electrical repairs for their car.
A total of 42 electrical repairs to 2003 Chrysler Town & Countrys--an average of 0.6 per
vehicle--have been reported.
Chart based on 25 repair trips. The repair cost chart excludes repairs made under warranty, do-it-yourself repairs, and repair trips that include maintenance.
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2003 Chrysler Town & Country
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Backlight illumination on gauge cluster was intermittent. Replaced BCM. BCM flash failed to fix the problem. Dealer picked up the entire cost as this was a used car purchase less than 1 week since purchase.
HVAC blower would not shut off. Even when powered-off.
A/C recharge w/ Dye to show leak. Unable to locate leak, left with an expensive recharge. One front light bulb replaced.
Recharged system again and discovered leaks at Compressor O-rings and Condenser (under dash). Opted to replace o-rings and load system with a can of stop-leak for the condenser as repairing that would cost ~ $1200.00. Recharged system.
Leaking AC lines. Added sealant and Freon to help.
Driver power window quit. DVD player quit.
Right side power door quit working.
Seal on AC condenser case bad leaking water on passenger side. Service contract did not cover.
AC started to cool and not cool some times did not get fixed, traded in.
Heard periodic noise from accessory belt area, suspected idler pulley. Dealership found it was alternator & replaced it. Noise went away.
AC system replaced previously except for evap. coil. AC not cool--took back--told evap coil needed replacing. Initially thought still not cooling, but now checks out okay.
Removed and replaced the passenger side electric window motor.
Dash night lights did not work. Found TSB and reflashed.
Starter would not engage. Towed in to shop & starter worked fine. Replaced starter. Car stalling, dashboard lost power, and no start. Took to local mechanic who couldn't find source of problem for. Towed to dealer. After 4 days, found a bad wire to computer. Fixed and restarted computer. Last trip when starter replaced caused by this.
Coolant lines to rear heater rotted out. Lines are in 2 pieces. Easy one to replace made of stainless steel, Hard one made of plain steel. Part on National back-order, but supplier had 1 in stock. 2nd steel part in 2 months that has rotted out.
A/C clutch burned out; the problem was covered by the warranty.