Contact a local auto parts retailer to see what they would cost if you purchased them. You'll probably be surprised at how much less it would cost. Although the dealer may claim that theirs are better, recognize that it is illegal to sell suspension parts that are of lesser quality than original equipment. If necessary, your local tire shop or other non-dealer mechanic can replace your shocks at a lower price.
Check on Ebay or go to your Chrysler dealer. Check on Ebay or go to your Chrysler dealer.
Chrysler dealer and eBay.
At a Chrysler dealer.At a Chrysler dealer.
This will 100% depend on the year of the car. Your local Dodge Chrysler Dealer Stocks the Correct Battery. ( I work for a CHrysler Dealer )
At the Chrysler dealer.At the Chrysler dealer.
You have to get them from a Chrysler dealer.
You can contact your car dealer, and buy one from them.
There are many placed where one can sell a used Chrysler. I have discovered two great places where a Chrysler vehicle can be sold. Try the Auto Trader or Town and Country Chrysler Dealer.
It is a special tool that the dealer has.
Call local dealer or locksmith for replacement.
The dealer "flashes" the computer to correct software issues.
The dipstick is a special tool that only the dealer has.
In the USA go to chrysler.com and enter your location in the "Find Dealer" search box. If in UK go to chrysler.co.uk and do the same. In other countries try entering chrysler.(your country code) to see if they have a presence there.
There is a known software issue on this year of Chrysler Van. The dealer can update the body computer to correct the inoperative door locks.
The dipstick is a dealer special tool. You can not check your own transmission fluid.
The dealer can.
You can find a Chrysler dealer locator on various websites like SmithChrysler and Dodge. Both websites offer you the ability to find any dealer on the world.
Contact a Chrysler dealer
Will most likely have to consult a Chrysler dealer.
You can check with a lock smith. I had to go to the dealer when I bought mine. I think that it was about $60.00 for a single key.
This is most likely the clock spring in the steering column. Chrysler had a recall on incorrectly wound clock springs. I would recommend taking it to a Chrysler dealer for confirmation.
If you have title on the car, you can probably take it to the Chrysler dealer and they will make you a key based on your VIN number. You'll need to show ID.