Chrysler Pt Cruiser owners manuals
- Multifunction Turn Signal Switch Can Fail
- Locked up WCM may produce engine cranking issues
- Recall repositioning high-pressure power steering hose
- Software Upgrades for the Powertrain Control Module to Update Shift Quality
- Engine Light On And Idles Rough
- Engine Stalls/Shuts Off during Driving
- Chrome Wheels Peel producing Air Leakage
The Chrysler PT Cruiser is a front-wheel drive, small family car produced and sold globally by Chrysler in a 2-door convertible (2005–2008) and 5-door hatchback (2000–2010) body styles, across a single generation, with an intermediary facelift for the model year 2006.
Remarked for its outside styling of the 1930s, the PT Cruiser was created by Bryan Nesbitt. The inside packaging was remarked for its high-roof, flexible baggage, and rider configuration. The production stopped in July 2010, with total sales of over 1 million.
The last 2010 Chrysler PT Cruiser was offered in only one trim level: the Classic. It was powered by a 2.4-liter inline four-cylinder engine that produces 150 horsepower and 165 pound-feet of torque. The solely available transmission is a four-speed automatic that pushes power the front wheels.
Chrysler Pt Cruiser known problems
Some of the common problems or complaints owners have about the Chrysler Pt Cruiser are: