while driving at 15mph, i heard a rattle and noticed that the rear window had detached on three sides. this is a known safety issue to chrysler and has been addressed by a tsb. however, this tsb is limited to only certain states. when i purchased my, i was not informed of its origin. my car was originally sold in a state not covered by the extended warranty included in the tsb dated 9/8/11. however, i bought and have driven the car in a state which is included in the extended warranty. i have owned the car for six years and it was one year old when purchased. all of the crossfires made in this year were made in germany. chrysler has declined to honor the x31 extended warranty included in the 2011 tsb in my case. i do not understand how chrysler can refuse to correct a known safety issue. i feel chrysler should be ordered to recall all 2005 crossfire roadsters. i am asking the nhtsa to order such a recall. *tr
0 person(s) were injured. 0 person(s) died.Mileage was 47921 miles. Vehicle Identification Number (VIN):1C3AN65L75X. Vehicle was not using anit-lock brakes. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. Vehicle had 6 cylinders. Fuel type: gas. Vehicle Speed: 15 mph.