My Dodge Avenger is one of the nicest, most reliable, fun to drive vehicles I've ever owned. I spend most of my day driving. I need a car that's both reliable, and enjoyable. I had a few doubts when I bought the car. But they didn't last long. After I spent the first 12 hour day in my Avenger, I knew it was the right decision. Great gas mileage (averaging 22 mpg combined highway and city, 31 highway) and a comfortable drive the entire 12 hours. I would recommend this car to anyone!
My Dad and I bought a Dodge Avenger SE from Internet Auto 2 years ago and have had nothing but problems. First it had bad rotors and then it started overheating cuz the radiator filler neck was cracked and in the process of finding out what was wrong with it the head gasket blew so the whole cooling system plus the heads were redone and that was at miles on it and then almost a year later at , the engine blew up. And a brand new engine is $ and I still owe $ for the car. I wouldn't buy another one if dodge paid me to. Very dissatisfied customer. :(
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We purchased a Dodge Avenger in and it seemed like a great car. My father is a retired Chrysler employee and always said that they were great. Well, we don't even have 55k miles on it and we have a major oil leak as they did on the more expensive cars. But the dealer said it wasn't covered by the warranty, and tried to sell us an extended warranty. Since we paid cash for the car and not making payments we were told it was our issue. It was a recall issue for the other more expensive Dodges but not ours. It is a $ fix.
It started October 29 Had appointment for oil change, was going to appointment when car making loud noise rattling and whining, transmission started to slip and then car would not go anywhere. Called dealer. Told them I had appointment for oil change and stuck on side of road. Will call tow and have sent to them. Dealer called me saying they checked it out and it was transmission tilted clogged. Would fix and do oil change. Picked it up October 31, Paid $ Was happy. On December 14 coming home from store transmission making same noise got louder and transmission stopped working again. Called dealer. Told them car stopped working again. Do they have tow? They said no, got another tow. Cost $ Told them it’s coming their way again for same problem. They did not get to my car till Wednesday December 19 They told me I need a transmission.
It only has 76, miles on it in good condition. They said it would cost $ Told them is it on recall? They said no. Told them the car probably is not worth that. We worked a deal where they fixed it for $ I picked it from dealer Saturday December 22 Took it home and went to car wash to find when we came home it’s been leaking transmission oil on driveway and road. Called dealer and took it back. They call me December 24 and said it’s ready. It was a drain tube left open. I just read where a transmission is supposed to last from , to , miles, I think manufacturer should pay for this transmission.
On November 15th, , on the way to my daughter's basketball game from work, my Dodge Avenger, which I loved, starting to stutter and stall. The oil light, the check engine light, then some other weird light above the engine light came on. I pulled over on the side of the Interstate, and smoke started pouring from my hood. I jumped out of the car, and it blew up 3 minutes later, a loud pop from the engine, and my pretty Billet Silver Dodge was charred black! I had just had the oil changed and new tires 2 months prior, and was nearing another oil change when this happened. My insurance hasn't processed anything yet, and I am left with a $ beater I picked up for cash I had to borrow!
I found several recalls on the Dodge Avenger, some of which were for the fuel system, so I called in my VIN to a dealership. They say my car was NOT part of this recall That, I think, is BS. How does a 5 year old car blow up?? I am convinced I had an issue with a fuel line in the front, as when I jumped out, a passerby stopped and yelled "There's flames" and I looked and flames were literally DRIPPING from under the front of the car right before it blew up. I have pictures of my car, the fire dept. putting out the fire on I80 during rush hour. It's a sad sight!
A very forgotten part is the tipm. Or the fuse box entirety. Basically they compare it to your car being possessed. Both problems will make you want to set your car on fire. The tipm is very expensive just because they make them. There's not a lot out there and everyone who wants one it's on backorder seriously. To be worse it costs $ to fix. Not covered by warranty, I tried. I thought bumper to bumper meant all but I guess not.
I own a Dodge Avenger. Read a lot of crazy things about this car but there all over and I know 2 people with same car. I have the v6 and it is very nice. Just flushed fluids. Only electrical problems like rear defrost or tpms sensors I've seen. I don't think it was wired any good but the motor and transmission are pretty reliable. I say if you're thinkin about it they've never been more affordable. If you get an extended warranty I think you will be ok.
I purchased a used Dodge Avenger in Little to no problems until Small things like a clicking sound when I turn the air/heat on and off. Short in the turn signal switch which causes the overhead light to come on and off by itself. Can't adjust the dash lights because of the switch. Passenger side window quit working.
By far the biggest problemdriving down the road almost home after driving 1 hour away and back. No noticeable problems until loss of throttle control. ETC light and traction light both come on. Pushing on pedal gets no engine response. 2 mechanics look at car and determine that the throttle body needs replaced. It was checked and was showing as bad (I don't know how they checked it). Picked up the car. Less than a mile away from shop, same lights on, inability to accelerate, plus the engine light is now on. So I take it back. It was showing a possible air leak when the codes were run. It was left to be checked again.
Final determination was to check the map sensor. It was reading as bad. So it was replaced. Go to pick car up a second time. 2 miles from shopsame problem. Mechanic is convinced that the number one problem is a bad PCM which is in turn reporting bad sensors (which aren't bad) and possibly still a bad throttle body. Current mileage
There was always something wrong with my car, even though I purchased it brand new. The dealership could never find the problem either. An axle broke on the car which caused me a lot of damage and headache. I mean it was always something! WORST CAR I EVER HAD!. I'm scared to purchase another vehicle from Dodge.
Dodge Avenger - It is a and the car is cute. Mine is black with a spoiler and I get lots of compliments on its appearance and interior. It had some significant recalls when I first bought it (first the trunk would not seal and rain would pour in; then the engine head cracked and had to be replaced). Since then, it has run very well, and I keep driving it.
Top 5 Dodge Avenger Problems: 2nd Generation ( to )
If your Dodge Avenger has problems with the heat or issues starting it might be more common than you think. This post covers the top 5 problems owners experience with the 2nd generation to Dodge Avenger.
Top 5 Issues with the 2nd Gen Dodge Avenger ( to )
1. Ignition Coil Failure
Symptoms of Bad Ignition Coils
- Rough running engine
- Check engine light for a misfire code
- Flashing check engine light
How to Fix Ignition Coil Failure
Replace the ignition coils. The ignition coils are located on top of the engine. They give the spark plug its spark. We recommend replacing the spark plugs at the same time.
2. Throttle Body Failure
Symptoms of Throttle Body Failure
- Erratic idle with the car at a stop
- Low idle with the car at a stop
- Engine stalling
- Check engine light for a throttle body code
How to Fix Throttle Body Problems on the to Dodge Avenger
The throttle body is located near the intake manifold.
Cleaning the throttle body might fix this problem, but it is usually solved by replacing the throttle body.
3. Blower Motor Failure
Symptoms of Blower Motor Failure
- No heat or air flows from the vents
- Knocking, ticking, or whirring noise from the glove compartment with the heat or A/C on
Causes of Heating Problems on the to Dodge Avenger
Problems with the heat in the 2nd gen Avenger are usually from blower motor failure.
How to Fix the Blower Motor
Remove the blower motor and check for debris like pine needles. Remove any debris. If the blower motor is defective, replace it.
4. Alternator Failure
Symptoms of Alternator Failure
- Battery light turns on while driving
- Car not starting
Causes of Starting Problems
If you drive the car for too long with the battery light on, it will eventually die and not start. The car may also not start from from the battery holding an improper charge, which on the 2nd gen Avenger is usually from alternator failure.
How to Fix Starting Problems
The alternator is located underneath the power steering pump.
Test the battery. If the battery is in good condition, the alternator is likely not charging the battery and causing it to fail.
Read more about how to test if the alternator or battery is causing starting problems
5. Thermostat Failure
Symptoms of a Bad Thermostat
- Heat is not working
- Check engine light with a thermostat-related code
- Engine overheating
Causes of a Bad Thermostat
The thermostat is known to fail on the 2nd gen Dodge Avenger and usually triggers a check engine light. A failed thermostat may also be the cause of the heat not working. While rare, if the thermostat is stuck closed, the engine may overheat.
How to Fix a Bad Thermostat
Its possible to just replace the thermostat, but we recommend replacing both the thermostat and housing, since the housing can break down and crack over time.
2nd Generation Dodge Avenger Model Years
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Dodge Avenger - Problems, Statistics, and Analysis
Dodge Avenger owners have reported a total of 3, problems for their cars built in the 14 model years listed in the chart below. The chart shows the number of problems reported across all service years for each given model year of the Dodge Avenger. The Dodge Avenger cars have the most problems reported (1, problems).
Table 1. Total number of problems by model year for Dodge Avenger
🔍 Common problems of Dodge Avenger
The following chart shows the 26 most common problems for Dodge Avenger cars. The number one most common problem is related to the vehicle's electrical system ( problems). The second most common problem is related to the vehicle's air bags ( problems).
Table 2. Common problems of Dodge Avenger
📉 Compare Reliability Across Model Years Using PPMY Index
It would not be fair to compare the Dodge Avenger of an older model year to newer model years since older vehicles have been in service longer and thus are expected to have more problems. In order to compare the reliability across Avenger model years, we use the PPMY index which is defined as the problems reported per thousand vehicles per Year. A smaller PPMY index indicates greater reliability of the given model year cars.
PPMY = P / S / Y * ,
where P = total problems reported during the life of a Dodge Avenger model year; S = total units sold of the model year; Y = years since the debut of the model year (the age of the vehicle).
The results are shown in Table 3.
Table 3. Use PPMY Index to Compare Reliability Across Avenger Model Years
|Problems||Sales ||Vehicle |
📊 Number of Problems Reported During the First Year
Another way to measure the reliability across the model years of the Dodge Avenger is to use the total number of problems reported during the vehicle's first year in service, as shown in the Table 4.
Table 4. Number of problems in vehicle's; first service year
|Model Year||Problems Reported|
Consumer Reports obtains its reliability data from a questionnaire that is sent to subscribers. In the questionnaire, we ask subscribers to note any problems with their cars that occurred in the past 12 months. They are asked to identify problems that they considered serious (because of cost, failure, safety, or downtime).
A typical model has about to samples for each model year. For some model years, typically those of older or less popular cars, we do not have a large enough sample size to provide results of statistical confidence.
There are several ways in which a savvy car buyer can still research the quality of a car.
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Dodge Avenger Reliability and Common Problems
The Dodge Avenger is a very reliable and reasonably priced car. In fact, many owners love this model for its solid performance and fuel economy, its many trim and engine choices, and a host of other user-friendly features. In terms of resale value and depreciation, like other Dodge vehicles, the Avenger has an average depreciation rate. In fact, according to AutoPadre, the Avenger’s depreciation rate is fairly average at 18%.
Are Dodge Avengers Reliable?
You can clearly see the Dodge Avenger’s reliability through its performance in reliability rankings. RepairPal gives the model an above-average reliability rating of out of , ranking it 17th out of 36 compact cars in their lineup.
The average annual repair cost of the Avenger is $, which is lower than average compared to other compact cars ($) and other vehicle models in general ($). If you plan on buying an Avenger, you can expect to bring it to a shop for repairs an average of times a year, which is pretty average. As for the severity of repairs, there’s only an 11% chance that you’re dealing with a major issue with your Dodge Avenger whenever you bring it to the shop.
The Dodge Avenger can last , miles with proper care and maintenance. But according to some owners, they’ve managed to make their vehicles last , miles or more.
Top Dodge Avenger Problems
Despite being a reliable car, the Avenger also has a few issues. Below are some of the Dodge Avenger’s most common problems:
One of the more prominent issues with the Dodge Avenger, specifically the year model, is squeaky brakes. While this issue isn’t quite as severe as some of the items on this list, it’s an annoying problem for the owners who have experienced it firsthand.
A few Dodge Avenger owners have said that they’ve gone to the mechanic/dealership in hopes that the mechanics could resolve the issue. But they’re ultimately disappointed to find out that nothing could be done about the squeaky brakes, as they’re supposedly a characteristic of the vehicles themselves. Some have replaced their brakes in hopes of solving the problem, but the noise kept coming back. Dodge has yet to issue recalls or technical service bulletins (TSBs) to address this issue.
Stalling is a serious problem that can put drivers and their passengers in danger, especially if they’re on the highway. In fact, Dodge Avengers have this particular issue. The reason behind the stalling varies, from faulty Totally Integrated Power Modules (TIPMs) to throttle bodies that need to be replaced.
Repair costs for this problem depend on the root cause. For owners of the Avenger, it cost them an average of $ to get the faulty throttles on their vehicles fixed/replaced. For year model owners, replacing the TIPM cost them at least $1,
Owners who shared their experiences with this issue have reported that their vehicles suddenly became unresponsive and died in the middle of the road. Others have reported that their vehicles stalled as they were coming to a stop or when they were going over a certain speed. Those who had issues with their TIPM also reported that the lights on their vehicles flashed on and off.
Engine Not Starting
For some Dodge Avengers, the anti-theft system may prevent the vehicle from starting properly. This issue is said to be caused by electrostatic discharge and can affect the wireless control module. According to RepairPal, Avenger owners encountered the issue at around 99, miles. Diagnosing the issue also cost owners around $$
Avenger owners who have experienced this issue have reported that while the lights and alarms on their vehicle would function properly, their vehicle refused to start. Many of these drivers reported that there was no prior indication that an issue was present. Some have even resorted to replacing their battery, but this proved ineffective in most cases.
A technical service bulletin (TSB- ) was issued by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles US (FCA US LLC) to address this issue. Aside from Dodge Avengers, this TSB also covered other models under the FCA umbrella, including the Jeep Wrangler and the Chrysler Sebring. The TSB details the diagnostic procedure and contains other important repair information.
Air Conditioning/Heater Not Working Properly
A/C and heating issues can make one’s driving experience a nightmare. In fact, according to CarComplaints.com, it’s the top Dodge Avenger problem, with over 56 reports on the site alone. It’s also the most reported Dodge Avenger problem, with 23 reports. In many cases, owners would report hearing a clicking noise coming from the dashboard. Then, all of a sudden, the heating would blow cold air from the driver’s side. In some cases, the heating on the passenger side would turn cold as well.
Many Dodge Avenger owners encountered this problem starting at around 50, miles. Depending on the root cause, the issue took $ to $1, to fix. While some model year owners reported that thermostat replacement resolved the problem, many and model year owners fixed the problem by replacing the heater core.
Some owners of Avengers have also reported hearing a knocking or clicking sound coming from the glove compartment while the A/C is on. A few of these owners say that the noise goes away after a few minutes, but others report that this noise can still be heard even when the vehicle is turned off. Repair instructions for this specific problem are outlined in TSB #
Transmission and Shifting Issues
Some Avengers that had automatic transmissions were said to have developed transmission issues like rough/erratic shifting and inconsistent shifting response. While this issue was found in the and year models, it was a huge Dodge Avenger problem. Avenger owners would notice the problem at an average of 93, miles.
According to some owners, shifting gears seemed alright, until the vehicle got stuck on the first or second gear. A few have reported that their vehicles couldn’t go into the correct gear, while others have reported that the vehicle would suddenly stall/pause when they would accelerate.
Dodge has released a few TSBs to address transmission issues, including TSB # and TSB #, but as of writing, the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration has yet to post these documents online. You may request these documents at your local Dodge dealer.
Engine Cooling Problems
On some Dodge Avengers, wiring issues in the cooling fan motor may cause coolant to be drawn into the connector. This is a major Dodge Avenger problem because it can cause the wires to short circuit, which may lead to engine fires. According to the affected owners, their radiator fan suddenly stopped working, which led to engine overheating in some cases. According to others, their A/C would stop working and they also noticed an unusual smell.
Dodge issued a recall on November 8, , so that they could inspect the connectors and assess what repairs needed to be done. CarComplaints.com has compiled the essential documents related to this recall, including announcements, repair information, and alternate transportation options for affected vehicle owners.
Aside from considering the looks, features, and price of a vehicle you want to buy, it’s also important to take into account the potential problems you may encounter once you purchase it. When looking for Avengers, you should do research on the reliability and common problems of the model year you want to buy. Lastly, make sure that the seller has resolved any issues before you seal the deal.
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