In August 2008 I moved to Alberta, Canada. Vehicle had 74,715 kms at this time.
On October 27, 2008 I brought my vehicle to a Chrysler dealer in Alberta for an out-of-province safety inspection in order to obtain new registration papers. Vehicle now has 77,900 kms.
The dealer called telling me the front and rear rotors were rusted and needed replacing to pass inspection.
When I questioned the Service Manager, I was told it was not uncommon for the rotors to rust and need replacing in such a short period of time because the vehicle came from the east coast, close to the ocean and had low mileage - meaning it wasn't driven often.
Is this normal? I am having difficulty believing I needed new front and rear rotors and have definitely lost confidence in my Chrysler product.
have the same problem?
Tuesday, October 28th, 2008 AT 2:10 AM