Dodge Concorde

Dodge Concorde 1994 model

Dodge Concorde 1994 investigations


NHTSA IDManufacturerDate openDate closeSubjectRecall campaign
STEERING - COLUMN
DP03002CHRYSLER GROUP LLC05/07/200307/22/2003STEERING COLUMN SEPARATION
 Mr. larry a. sackey submitted a petition to the national highway traffic safety administration (nhtsa) by letter dated april 18, 2003, requesting that nhtsafurther investigate the defective collapsible steering shaft system on 1987-1995 vehicles manufactured by the daimlerchrysler corporation.in part because of 49 cfr
SUSPENSION
EA98025CHRYSLER GROUP LLC12/31/199808/19/1999ENGINE CRADLE/CONTROL ARM BRACKET WELD99V215000
 Alleged front suspension weld fails or cracks causing the suspension to collapse and a loss of vehicle control

Dodge Concorde 1994 Consumer Complaints


Fail datemilesoccurencesPurchase date
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM - WIRING - FRONT UNDERHOOD
08/23/1996106/01/1996
 Wiring harness from transmission to engine failed prior to notification of recall.
EXTERIOR LIGHTING - HEADLIGHTS
09/01/1999
 Headlights are working intermittently, and the dealer can't determine the cause of the problem. *ak
LATCHES/LOCKS/LINKAGES - HOOD - LATCH
106/01/1996
 Hood latch failed.
POWER TRAIN - AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
10/26/2000109/01/2000
 Was driving on interstate in very heavy traffic and all of a sudden car downshifted to 2nd at about 40 miles per hr and would not up shift.managed to pull to shoulder of road and onto axcess road.stopped car tried to put in gear and had none except reverse .shut off motor restarted and put in low gear and was able to ease car off road at about 5 miles per hour.had car towed to transission shop and was determined by there puting on computer that overdrive was out.i contacted car dealer as i had just purchased the car 26 days before.he said i was totally responsible for problem i see there has been a lot of complaints on this problem and and hope you can help. thanks. *ak
SUSPENSION - FRONT - STABILIZER BAR
11/01/1995211/01/1993
 Bolt that holds stabilizer bar to a bracket snapped.