Equipment Problems of Chrysler 300

Chrysler 300 owners have reported 324 equipment related problems since 1996. Table 1 shows the 11 most common equipment problems. The number one most common problem is related to the vehicle's equipment (284 problems). The second most common problem is related to the vehicle's radio/tape cd player (12 problems). For details of each of the problem category, use the links in the table.

  Recently reported Equipment problems of Chrysler 300

The Equipment problem

I was going up a hill n didnt out of no where it started to sound the motor then more power I added the sound sound more loud n didnt wanna move, I stop to check n they to turn it on but it didnt want to work but at the end it did for 30 second   Read details...

The Radio/tape Cd Player problem

My 2015 Chrysler 300s has a dial gear shift that will not go into gear. I reside in nd and thought it was the frigid weather. The cars dial shift was stuck and ii had my two children with me in the cold -40 temp and -30 windchill. I had to walk to get help and leave my kids in vehicle.   Read details...

The Adaptive Equipment problem

My gear shift is stuck in park and the plastic pink part have broken off. This part should be recalled. I could have been stuck any where with my childern in the car. The weahter is getting warm and its not a good thing.   Read details...

The Air Conditioner problem

2008 Chrysler 300m. Consumer writes in regards to reimbursement for repairs concerning the ac system the consumer stated the a/c was blowing out hot air. The dealer found the high pressure a/c line leaking.   Read details...

The Owners/service Manual problem

The forward collision warning (fcw) does not work. Info I have received is that fcw was part of the adaptive cruise control (acc) and only works as part of that system. The Chrysler manual does not say that the acc has to be on for fcw to work.   Read details...

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