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Old 06-12-2012, 03:13 PM
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After the second time, I have just been using car wash shampoo only, knowing that there was a problem. But this has not worked obviously.
When they replaced them the first time, the had to replace all chrome on the vehicle, bumpers, mirror caps, badges. It was all rusting and assumed a 1 time issue.
Then after the winter season in California... I know, particularly harsh, they started tarnishing again. So again they were replaced. At this point is when I stopped using products on them, so that Chrysler could not blame my care of the wheels.....

Because this is 'Fake' chrome there is no way I can use any type of chrome cleaner... any suggestions people?
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