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About Dodge Colt

Dodge Colt is a subcompact vehicle manufactured by a multinational automotive manufacturer Mitsubishi Motors Corporation and marketed by FCA US LLC's division Dodge from 1971 to 1994. The first Dodge Colt was introduced as a 2-door coupe version of Mitsubishi's home market rear-wheel drive Galant and Lancer. Its Plymouth versions include Plymouth Champ and Plymouth Colt and it was replaced by Dodge/Plymouth Neon and Eagle Summit for sedan in the United States after being produced through seven generations.
The sixth-generation Dodge Colt (1989-1992) was only available in 3-door hatchback in the United States but 3-door sedan was also available in Canada. It was offered in base and Colt GT trim levels and powered by engines ranging from 1.5 L inline 4-cylinder engine to 1.6 L inline 4-cylinder turbocharged engine and engines were mated to 3-speed automatic, 4-speed and 5-speed manual transmission. The seventh-generation Dodge Colt (1993-1994) was the same as Plymouth Colt, Mitsubishi Mirage and Eagle Summit. 2-door coupe was only available for North American market. Base, GL and ES were available trim levels for it. And Dodge Colt got power from either a 1.5 or a 1.8 L inline 4-cylinder engine mounted to 5-speed manual and 3-speed, 4-speed automatic transmissions.

Dodge Colt Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

As an economical and sporty car introduced to handle with the 1970s oil crisis, Dodge Colt is a right vehicle in the right time. But after years of driving, you should be alert about these common problems on your Colt:
First, engine runs roughly. According to car repair statistics site CarComplaints.com, engine issue is the worst reported problem with the Dodge Colt. Some said when it runs at about 140,000 miles, gas could not go into the engine but some said at 120,000 miles, the engine starts to have something wrong. But they all agree that engine issue starts with strange noises from engine. Before the engine fails completely, it will misfire, stall or have starting issues for a while and has poor fuel economy. The cooling system will also be affected, which in return, deteriorates engine performance. If you Colt loses power while acceleration and the Check Engine Light comes on, please inspect the Colt air filter, fuel pump, fuel tank, intake manifold gasket, oil pan gasket and radiator hose immediately and thoroughly.
Second, brake lights stay on. Ranking third among all other problems with the Colt based on CarComplaints.com, drivers express their concerns about this issue since it has close relation with driving safety. Normally, braking issue in Colt starts to emerge when it has an average mileage of 101,500 miles. Some offered that leaking brake fluid could be found on the ground, brakes give out noises and respond poorly; some complained the parking cable could not hold the car properly and brakes are locked up, especially on wet surfaces. And others claimed that Parking Brake Light, Brake Warning Light and ABS Light come on altogether. These symptoms are mostly caused by the defective Colt brake pad set, brake line, ABS control module, parking brake cable and brake proportioning valve.
But a continuous best-shaped Dodge Colt needs continuous meticulous maintaining to keep at the prime condition. However, since it is assembled with many different auto parts, knowing what parts needs routine maintenance could save you a lot of time and efforts. Colt fog light is responsible for offering excellent visibility under harsh conditions such as dense fog or misty weathers; but it is easy to be damaged by debris on the road in any minor crush. For your driving safety under adverse conditions, please make sure your fog light could work properly all the time. Other parts such as windshield wiper, headlight, cabin air filter, antenna and antenna also should be maintained on a regular basis.
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