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With a 2000 Chrysler with over 100K miles what mehcanical issues should you watch for?

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2011-06-09 01:38:00
2011-06-09 01:38:00

After forty seven years in repairing autos the bottom line to the question is if the vehicle has been serviced as stated in the owners manual there is no reason to see over 200,000 miles with out a major failure. I am still driving a 1987 Plymouth voyager with an honest 455,000 miles on it, yes I overhauled the trans twice and replaced head gasket twice but with th3e mileage on it consider it normal.

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