Dodge Repair Q&AA guide to repairs, service, and maintenance about your Dodge to help you make the most out of your ride Dodge Maintenance Your Dodge is a reliable daily driver, and it requires regular maintenance work to keep it in tip-top shape. However, problems might still arise no matter how dedicated you are to its preventive maintenance schedule. So keep an eye out for signs that it needs repairs. Check out some of the common issues you might encounter as it racks up mileage.
Broken exhaust manifold bolts have been a problem in some 1995, and 1997-2010 redesigns of the Ram 1500. Most owners who have dealt with this problem had to replace their truck’s exhaust manifold gasket to resolve the issue.
Several owners of the 2014 Dodge Grand Caravan have reported the transmission downshifting after stepping on the gas pedal. This problem usually happens whenever the vehicle goes uphill.
Poor A/C performance has been a common complaint among 1998-2003, 2005, 2006, 2012, 2014, and 2018 Durango owners. This issue was caused by refrigerant leaks, which some drivers were able to resolve by replacing the A/C condenser.