155 TrueDelta members own (or used to own) a 2005 Chrysler Town & Country. 48 of these members
(31%) have reported engine repairs for their car.
A total of 116 engine repairs to 2005 Chrysler Town & Countrys--an average of 0.7 per
vehicle--have been reported.
Chart based on 57 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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2005 Chrysler Town & Country 4dr Minivan, ext.
207-horsepower 3.8L V6 4-speed automatic FWD
I had a collapsed lifter. The dealer tried to tell me they didn't hear it. I started it and "wow, it does it now." 3 days later and a set of lifters we're all better.
The van developed a ticking noise. The tech installed lifters. Problem still existed. New engine was ordered and took 2 months to arrive.
Engine light was illuminated. Dealer replaced EGR.
The mechanic found a leak in the oil pan gasket when performing normal maintenance inspection. Gasket was replaced under warrenty subject to $100 deductible.
Water pump was leaking. Replaced water pump and T-Belt
Replaced leaking water pump.
Diagnosed problem with EGR valve -- needed replacement Replaced EGR Valve
Replaced leaking radiator
Radiator electric cooling fans inoperable. Replaced cooling fan relay.
Water pump leak discovered less than one week after taking delivery of used vehicle. Dealer apologized for not detecting problem before sale and covered the entire cost of the repair.
Check engine light came on. Shop connected scan tool, determined that the EGR valve had failed and installed a new part.
Check Engine light was on. Shop confirmed another mechanic's diagnosis of a bad catalytic converter and replaced it at a lower cost than the other mechanic had quoted. Van had a slow coolant leak. Shop diagnosed the problem as a leaking radiator and replaced the radiator and the coolant.
Shop discovered a water pump leak after doing an oil change and a transmission flush. Water pump was replaced.
Excessive drive belt noise traced to bent alternator pulley and weak tensioner. Alternator, tensioner and belt replaced. Shop also found a front main oil seal leak and replaced the seal.
Engine oil pan gasket leaking. Replaced gasket.
Fuel pump failed. Van had to be towed to the shop for diagnosis and replacement of the fuel pump module.
Overheated on highway -- defective water pump.
Check engine light was on. After 2 hours, problem was determined to be a wire that was chewed through. They took two hours to "fix". The next day, on second trip with van, light came back on. Appointment made to leave van with dealer to repair.
EGR Valve was replaced on return visit
Check Engine light came on. Reset and told to report if it happens again
Replaced EGR valve.
EGR valve malfunction.
Downstream oxygen sensor failed, signalled high voltage.
Water pump internal seal leak. Replaced water pump.