I don't agree with your opinion. Why would someone intentionally put crap out on the road? I don't think there is as big of a problem as people think with chrylser trannys. I thought I saw a number that over 50% of the tranny failures are due to operator/mechanic error. I know a lot of people disagree with me but with all 5 of my chrysler products, I open the tranny pan usually once in the cars lifetime that I have it, usually around 100,000 miles, and that's it. I find it better to not touch anything on the tranny unless the fluid is discolored or burnt (which I don't even know what this looks like because i've never had problems). To be honest I've had 5 Chrysler products, and ZERO (that is 0) tranny problems. 3 of the 5 are or did have more than 100,000 miles. My trep has 133,000 miles with zero tranny problems. Actually this has overall been the best car i've ever had. There is a reason there is no drain plug on the tranny pan.Originally posted by Black94ES:
I doubt chrysler quality will ever get better, these car are designed to be good for at least 3 years or 60,000km. They sell more cars as Fleet Cars than to the public, therefore it makes more sense to build them with sub-standard parts.
Just my opinion, based on what i've read around.