We all work hard to keep our vehicles looking as nice as possible. After all, we spend a significant amount of money to find a vehicle which is a smart fit for our families and our needs. And there is nothing more annoying than seeing a paint chip or a swirl when you are trying your best to take care of your ride.
But, imagine scraping your paint every time you open your manual sliding door. Imagine going back to the dealership to have this addressed repeatedly, having your door painted, touched up and even having panels replaced. This seems to be happening with several Dodge Grand Caravan owners who have the manual sliding doors. In the past month, we have seen several similar claims involving Dodge Grand Caravan sliding doors come through the 1 800 LEMON LAW hotline.
If you are experiencing this problem, it is very important that you take pictures of the damage and continue to bring it to the manufacturer authorized dealer if the problem is not being fixed. Sometimes, the dealer may repaint the door without fixing the problem and unfortunately, this could lead to the same situation occurring again.
If you find that you are having paint problems with your Dodge Grand Caravan sliding door, drop us a note to tell us about it. We will review your situation and see if and how we can help.