Wednesday, April 23 2014, 09:23 AM MDT
Consumer Told To Foot Bill For Broken Shifter, Even After Recall
(KUTV) Stacie Hale's 2006 Chrysler 300 touring runs great, but shifting is another story.
In order to get her car into gear, Stacie has to remove the center console and wedge a tiny pencil into a tiny hole that releases her shifter. The problem: a broken shift-interlock spring.
The fix is about $300.
There have been so many complaints from drivers with the same problem that Stacie's car has, that the National Highway Traffic Administration has issued a recall.
Chrysler, however, is refusing to help. So, Stacie decided to Get Gephardt.
For more, watch the video.
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