I have a 2004 Chrysler Crossfire Coupe, one month short of 7 years old. The bracket connecting the anti roll bar (rear drivers side) to the car has badly rusted and broken away from the body of the car. Chrysler say their standard 7 year corrosion warranty does not cover this. I have had advice from local garages who consider the design to be very poor and will not quote to fix it due to complexity (removal of suspension, axle beam, fuel tank & welding metal panel to the car, fabricating a new bracket and welding that to the plate) and unwillingness to guarantee the work. Chrysler will (in conjuction with body shop) take the job, but it is expensive. Are there any other options, or do Chrysler have any obligation. Is this acceptable for a 7 year old car?
Wednesday, July 13th, 2011 AT 2:34 PM