Last post on Dec 02, 2013 at 1:21 PM
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Chrysler Cirrus, Sedan
#78 of 80 Re: DO NOT BUY THIS CAR [smurfmom2149]
Jul 12, 2011 (12:08 am)
what transmission problems did you have. And what was up with the water pump. I have a 1995 Cirrus that I bought like 2 months ago. It needed a distributor and had a vaccum leak and sunday the a/c compressor went out on it but other than that it runs find. Did you get a transmission flush and filter change when suppose to?
#79 of 80 Re: 1995 Cirrus revving to over 6000rpm at >50 mph [aka1]
Jul 12, 2011 (12:31 am)
I just bought a 1995 Chrysler Cirrus from this white woman and it wasn't running because it needed a distributor. The owner pryor to that was an old woman who drove it very little and was the first owner. The car had around 86,000 miles when the second owner got it and when I bought it from them it had over 111,000 miles but they had all the maintenance recipts. Besides the distributor and the vacum leak which I got fixed and this past sunday the a/c compressor went out I haven't had any problems. What is up with the transmission problems for this year cause I havent had any yet but does anybody know why it has transmission problems? Im getting my transmission flushed and a new filter next week. What Im basically asking is do you'll think I have a pretty good vehicle. Its super clean inside and out along with everything under the hood looking good. I just dont want this transmission going out on me. Any suggestions to make sure I limit the possiblity of transmission problems?
#80 of 80 2000 cirrus power steering problem
Dec 02, 2013 (1:21 pm)
hello all, i am new here so please bear with me. I took my car to the chrsyler dealership to have the power steering pressure hose put on under a recall, after 13 years. my car is a 2000 chr. cirrus. anyway it has not worked the same since. there is motor oil leaking onto the spark plug covers which i chalk up to they took the little box off the top of the motor to get into the back of the motor to replace the hose. either they cracked something or have the gasket wrinkled under the part. also when it heats up there is a terrible squealling going on, so i dont know if that would be too much pressure on the steering pump or if it is the belt and pully, but it only does it when it heats up. please help. i am taking it back to the dealer for the oil leak and i know they are going to say well the car is old. could the new hose be too much pressure for the old steering pump and try to take me for a whack of money. neither one of these problems has ever ever happened before. thanks all for the help