Chrysler Cirrus Model Overview
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Flashing Check Engine Light
My Chrysler Cirrus 2000has 140,000 miles has just started to shake very noticeably and the check engine light randomly blinks and a light knocking noise can be heard. Im 3hrs from home without fun...
Ac Compressor Is Smoking And Ac Is Not Blowing Cold Air!
My ac stopped blowing cold air I had stopped at a auto store to get oil and transmission fluid I could hear the compressor turning on but it's not blowing cold air I saw smoke coming from the compr...
Why My Balljoint Keeps Coming Loose
It made me tighten ballpoint way past were the cotterpin goes
2000 Cirrus Feels Like It's Dragging I Accelerate Take Foot Of Pedestrian A...
Car is dragging in front after I accelerate take foot off gas it seems like it's dragging going slower
My 1995 Chrysler Cirrus Car Won't Start
When I turn my key to start my car it makes no sound at all. When I try to jump it it almost starts but doesn't but my lights & radio work . then when I take the jumper cables off & try to start i...
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Chrysler Cirrus Overview
Chrysler introduced the Cirrus in 1995 as a new line of mid-size sedan. The Cirrus had its roots in a early nineties concept car, and it quickly won much acclaim upon its release. It remained as one of Chrysler's top selling models until it was discontinued after 2000. The Cirrus was built on the same platform as the Dodge Stratus (also named after a cloud type) and the Plymouth Breeze. The Cirrus was considered the most luxurious of the three. The Cirrus saw minimal revision over six years, but Chrysler did offer a couple trims and engine options. A 2.5 liter V-6 engine was the mainstay, but a 2.4 liter inline four cylinder was available in 1996, 1997, and 2000. The base model Cirrus was badged the LX, and the more upscale LXi was also offered throughout the run. The LXi was the only version made for 1998 and 1999. The addition of the Cirrus aided Chrysler's move away from the antiquated LeBaron, but it was not a direct successor. The Cirrus utilized Chrysler's cab-forward design to maximize interior room. During the first years of ownership, Cirrus buyers offer little criticism. However, many higher mileage issues are reported, including window motor replacements, A/C failure, and electrical problems.