PT Cruiser oil consumption problems. Buy a PT Cruiser ?
PT Cruiser burns oil
PT Cruiser excessive oil consumption
*Is a NEW Chrysler PT Cruiser that consumes at least a quart or more of oil every 1,000 miles acceptable?
*Ferman Automotive Service Dept. stated that one quart of oil consumed every 1,000 miles  is acceptable oil consumption

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*Important Note: All vehicles with the same or similar engine as the PT Cruiser may suffer from the same oil consumption problems
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PT Cruiser Oil Consumption Problem
My PT Cruiser consumes oil at the rate of a quart or more every thousand miles. Read my story to see how it turns out that my PT Cruiser had the exact same problem with the prior owner. Ferman Automotive contacted him after failing to repair the problem. Ferman reacquired the vehicle, giving the prior owner his choice of a new one from the lot. See how many additional times they have failed to repair the oil consumption problem.
 
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Breaking News:
Notice to all Problem PT Owners:

File your complaints here Today:
http://autosafety.org/fileacomplaint.php
This consumer advocate group is making some head way with problems in another Chrysler engine the 2.7L.
(Note: The PT has a 2.4L engine)
You can read more about that here http://www.dontbuyone.org

File the same information with the NHTSA
http://www-odi.nhtsa.dot.gov/ivoq/index.cfm

This is the best way to get results from your complaint.

Please do so ASAP even if you do not have the car anymore, Autosafety.org acted after receiving 92 complaints. If you take the time as I have to file your complaints at the above sites as a group we can make an impact.

Best regards,
Shawn


Internal Chrysler "DaimlerChrysler" Documents Revealed

DaimlerChrysler is currently avoiding problems such as excessive Oil consumption that should be covered under warranty, which will usually eventually lead to complete Engine failure. To avoid defective Engine warranty claims, Chrysler sends internal memo to dealers stating that acceptable Oil consumption for Chrysler Engines below 50,000 miles is one quart per 1,000 miles driven! Acceptable Oil consumption for Chrysler Engines with over 50,000 miles is one quart per 750 miles! Are we the only group that finds this also absolutely ridiculous and unacceptable? Chrysler also states that these are the industry standards? We would like to know what industry Chrysler is in? This is clearly a scam to push consumers beyond warranty period. 

 

Strange enough, we called 10 different non Dodge, Chrysler, Jeep Dealerships; the service departments of dealerships including Ford, GM, Honda, Toyota, Volvo, Nissan and Kia and ironically none of these dealerships found this type of Oil consumption acceptable with their own vehicles they service. Once again we question how this type of excessive Oil Consumption is in anyway acceptable where there are non Dodge, Chrysler, Jeep vehicles with over 200,000 miles on them that consume far less Oil.

 

Consumers should know that we are completely limited from posting the actual document in a readable form due to potential legal liability. After all, Chrysler's internal documents state the following: No part of any technical information may be reproduced, stored, in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise without the prior written permission of DaimlerChrysler Corporation. What could they be hiding in these internal documents?

 

 

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