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Transmission Not Go Into Gear problems of the 2006 Chrysler 300C

Two problems related to transmission not go into gear have been reported for the 2006 Chrysler 300C.

car   Transmission Not Go Into Gear problem 1
Failure Date: 09/22/2013

I filled up my Chrysler 300 just after buying it for the first time. After fill up I pulled away from the gas station and got to the stop light and it stalled. I restarted it and it would not go into gear at first but after a minute it did. Went for about hundred feet and it stalled again in front of my house. Then the next morning it ran fine until I filled it up again and it did the same thing stalled right after I filled it with gas I checked with the local dealer and they said they are aware of this problem and that it is an issue with the design of the gas tank and purge valve that only can be corrected by replacement of the fuel tank. I checked online and this an issue has happened for many owners and they have been told the same thing by there dealers. It is a factory design error that only be corrected by the fuel tank replacement as well as the purge valve. The reason it stalls is that when filled up the tank and purge vale floods the throttle body with raw fuel and the car stalls this stalling can cause an accident very easy as well as effecting the emissions of the vehicle. I feel that Chrysler should issue a recall for this defect which I understand has effected the Dodge charger as well as the challenger.

car   Transmission Not Go Into Gear problem 2
Failure Date: 12/25/2011

On christmas day, went to visit relatives in another state, parked car in a public parking lot, returned late at night to go home, car would not shift into gear. Had to have car towed back to my state to mechanic, found out something the size of a "false finger nail" broke off inside. A small piece that looked like a woman's false nail painted pink costs me close to $1,000. 00 between towing, buying the entire part since you cannot replace the pink "false nail", labor, transportation etc. Why would Chrysler make a car that they advertise as luxury and use a plastic piece as a component in it? the Chrysler 300c, looks good from far, but it is far from good!.