2000 Concorde LXi Achille's Heel?

Discussion in 'Concorde' started by John Gregory, Jun 11, 2005.

  1. John Gregory

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    What tends to fail on this model with a 3.2 L V6 engine in a frequency
    greater than normal for cars of it's size? I vaguely remember hearing there
    is a steering or front end vibration issue that develops in a higher than
    normal frequency. My 1995 upper tie rod bushings were replaced around 75K
    and I'm noticing a slight vibration in the 2000 at 58K. It may be a front
    tire needing a weight adjustment but I'd like to get a little more feel for
    other issues that may occur before I have Firestone look at those tires. The
    list they give of "issues" a customer should address has little credibility
    with me based on cross checks done with the factory manual and a mechanic I
    respect.
     
    John Gregory, Jun 11, 2005
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    Still driving my 2000 Concorde lxi 3.2 I have 168,000 miles on it now and runs like new. Replaced timing belt and water pump at 120,000 miles Radiator went bad at 150,000. Followed shortly after the fuel pump , well actually the fuel filter got clogged. Replaced that and nothing else is wrong with it. Regular oil changes and fluids of course. But runs strong.
     
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