Chrysler 300C owners have reported 59 problems related to other fuel system tank filling/charging (under the other fuel system category).
On several occasions, after fully filling the gas tank, the car will completely shut down while either at idle, or at low speed. The first time it happened, it gave a check engine" light with a fault code to check the fuel cap. On further inspection, the fuel cap was properly seated. Now, when this problem occurs, it no longer gives the "check engine" light indication. The problem does not occur when the fuel tank is less than completely full. The problem is identical to the problem NHTSA investigated in 2006 Chrysler 300s resulting in Chrysler extending the fuel tank warranty to lifetime coverage. This is a dangerous problem, as when the car dies, all power is lost to the car to include steering and braking. Typically this occurs at a stop light, but could happen in a much more dangerous position.
See all problems of the 2005 Chrysler 300C.
After filling fuel tank: vehicle stalled twice while driving. Difficult restarts. This occurred on two occasions. At the second occasion, after filling, I could hear prolonged "gurgling" sound from fuel tank filler neck. I am convinced that this issue has something to do with the fuel tank venting system - perhaps a clogged vent tube.
After topping off the gas tank the vehicle was driven two blocks where it was then pulled onto a busy access road in town. The vehicle was slowing down to a red light when the engine stalled for a moment, the oil pressure light came on, then immediately cut out and would not restart. After putting on hazard lights and attempting to call for a tow attempts were made to restart the car and after about 20 minutes of waiting the engine turned over and it was possible to pull the car off the road to a mechanic a block up. The car was scanned and no engine codes were found and oil pressure was found to be fine. The car was given a valve flush and started up fine after that. The incident repeated itself on 3/29/15 once more after filling up the tank, after going to blocks the car once more stalled and shut down. At this point I am very concerned for my safety with this vehicle if this is what is going to happen every time the car needs gas and this should be address with a recall after seeing so many complaints.
See all problems of the 2006 Chrysler 300C.
Gas nozzle spits back fuel and is very hard to fill gas tank. And after filling car dies a few times. I know there is a gas tank issue with these cars but Chrysler says they cant help. Its the x53 recall but my vehicle isnt covered. But there problem hasnt been fixed can you help me.
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Filled up tank at gas station and immediately after leaving gas station the car stalled, restarted right away but felt sluggish. Started a right turn and engine shut off again in the middle of my turn! this really scarred me as it was a busy intersection and could have caused an accident! I restarted and stalled a block later. I took car to a mechanic to test gas and he found no problem with the gas. The car ran fine the next day. On 1-17-2015 I stopped at costco to fill up, car stalled immediately as I started to pull away the gas station. Car died about 5 other times within the parking lot of costco. The car would restart immediately. I drove about 3 miles to the express way and drove 35 miles home with no problems. The unexpected stalling of the engine can cause an accident, in my case, this second time I was on a busy parking lot on a Saturday with cars turning and certainly no one expects a car to stall in the middle of a turn. Before this happened, over the years I had experienced problems with filling up the gas tank where the station gas pump would stop even after pumping less than half a gallon. I always thought it was the pump at the station and I would go to another pump or another station and it would fill up ok.
After filling gas tank, the engine stalls repeatedly. When it stalls, power steering is lost and car comes to stop sometimes in traffic. The engine then cranks normally. I took it to the dealer and they changed the egr valve which did not fix the problem. Suggested shotgun approach.
After filling my fuel tank, the car idled erratically, surged, and died multiple times, usually right after takeoff. This has happened every time I have filled my fuel tank for the lase several months, and has nearly caused an accident on more than one occasion.
After filling my fuel tank the car would stall at speeds ranging from 5 - 30 mph causing loss of steering and braking. Upon shifting into neutral it would start but would stall 2 or 3 more times. I was not sure of the cause until June of this year when I got a notice from Chrysler about the problem and that they have issued a recall. I brought the vehicle to a dealer and they informed me that they had to order the part. This was 7/16/2014. To date they have not received the part and I called Chrysler and they say they are not producing them. The car in this state is not safe. I cannot imagine what would happen if I were going at highway speed. There must be some recourse to force a manufacturer to honor a recall.
After filling tank with fuel, car stalled at next few intersections. Had to turn off completely for transmission to reset and engage several times. Has happened previously but not sure of date, approximately in the last 6 months. Due to loss of steering and sitting still in moving traffic, this creates a true hazard. Have owned vehicle since it was new.
This is not the first time this has happened. It started occurring 12000 miles ago. Today was the last straw. After filling my tank over this past year, I've learned that I can only fill my tank to 3/4 full to avoid the stalling and sputtering. This means I have to have my ignition turned on so that I can watch when the fuel gets to 3/4. This alone is a safety hazard as it could spark. Today I filled it to 3/4 forever it shut off at the pump just before it got to 3/4. . . When I started the car the full indicator was full. I knew this meant I would have a scary ride home. It stalled leaving the gas station and two more times while waiting at the first light. I made it about a mile and was making a right turn and it cut out at about 35. I was making the turn with no power and almost hit a pole. I put on my emergency flashers and was almost rear ended. Please explain why only selected VIN numbers were selected against pe13-016. Looking online there are multiple complaints and I did not see any owners who's vins were covered. Where is a copy of this list and how many vins were on this list? Chrysler needs to take a stand and own up to recalling all vins for this model make and year. I've never heard of a selected recall. I am documenting this safety concern everywhere I can as I am scared for my life and hope someone takes this seriously and quit blaming the owners of overfilling the tanks. This should not be a concern and it isn't with other models an make. Own up chrsyler!.
Filled up gas tank and was leaving station and car stalled out. Restarted and proceeded onto suburban main artery and as accelerating from traffic light, the car stalled again. Vehicle behind me was not expecting me to stop in middle of road and crashed into the read of my car. Damage to both bumper covers, but neither vehicle was undriveable as the speed was very slow. This is a known problem with the 300c's of this year and is avoidable by filling the tank to only 3/4 or so. This time it was filled by the station attendant to the pump click shut off (like you'd fill the tank of a normal car). There is a warranty extension plan for the 2006 with this issue but it seems that the 2005 model is not included. The dealer service manager has never heard of this being a problem.
Stalling 2-3 times after filling tank up. Then will drive fine. Called Chrysler said there was no extended warranty to fix problem.
After filling the car up with fuel the car stalled and had to be restarted after stopping at a traffic lights. It also sputtered and wanted to quit running at approximately 55 mph. The car was taken to lustine Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and ram ltd. In woodbridge. We were told the fuel tank and carbon canister needs replaced because some flapper is bad allowing fuel to enter the canister on fill-ups.
After filling gas tank. Engine stalled and cut-off.
After refilling my gas tank to full, my engine stalls forcing me to pull over and restart my engine. This occurs only after refilling my gas tank and last for about the first 10 miles or so. Another key point is that it only happens at low rpm usually while I'm decelerating between 5~10mph. I see that these symptoms have been reported by many people. It appears Chrysler has an extended warranty, but when I've called the (800#) and visited my local service department they have no understanding of Chryslers acknowledgment. Is this a true extended warranty? why was this investigation closed?.
After filling up the gas tank, the engine will stall several times. When idling at a light or stop sign and sometimes when traveling at low rpms. This engine has stalled when entering the parkway nearly being rear ended. This has occurred for the past two months several times, only when I fill up the gas tank.
I purchased my Chrysler 300c on 1/8/2014. I left the dealership with an almost full tank of gas and experienced no problems until the next fill up. Right after filling up my gas tank, and making sure not to top it off as the manual suggests, I suddenly experienced the car jerking, almost like a down shift feeling, and then it stalled. I was just leaving the gas station. I drove another mile and then made a turn into my subdivision and it did it again. I immediately called the dealership and took it in to have them check it out. They supposedly hooked it up to the computer and said that nothing was detected. They asked if any lights came on and I told them only the oil light. They test drove it and said there was nothing wrong. The next couple of times I filled up I used a prepaid gas card which didn't totally fill up my tank so I didn't experience any problems. Today I filled my tank, this time my husband was in the car and as soon as we left the gas station the car started jerking, like a sudden downshift. . . . Finally, I had a witness! we drove about 5 miles to a car wash, and upon approaching the entrance it stalled again! I started the car again to enter the wash and once it was in neutral it stalled again. I am very nervous and scared to drive my car!!! why isn't there a recall to fix this problem?.
Experienced several occurrences of engine stalling after filling tank with gas. Engine died when stopped at a stop light and also while driving at about 10 miles per hour.
After filling up, the car died while leaving the gas lot almost causing an accident. The car started, it drove for a few seconds and died again. This happens everytime I fill the gas tank. I also notice what my mechanic calls a towing effect when I'm driving. I have had a full fune up on the car along with having the transmission fluid changed and the car still dies and has the towing effect when I drive. This is very much a safety issue and from seeing what other people are saying, why hasn't this issue been addressed. If I am involved in an accident because of this, there will be a lawsuit.
Car stalls after gas tank is filled up. Car stalls while driving and at intersections. This is dangerous. Review on internet shows that many others have this same problem. Current solution is to avoid filling up the gas tank.
In January I filed a safety complaint on this web site regarding the stalling of my Chrysler 300c after filling the gas tank (odi # 10561779). Over the last two and a half months the problem has persisted, with the only way to avoid the problem was to only fill the gas tank to 3/4 full. On 2/24/14 I saw the abc news report that stated "us ends probe of Chrysler engine stalling" and the article states they investigated 1200 complaints and found 299 in which the fuel system allowed the gas tank to be over-filled. It also stated that "Chrysler updated the part in new cars and guaranteed it for life in cars now on the road. " when my Chrysler dealer (who has been taking care of my Chrysler since I bought it there new in 2/2006) was contacted, he stated that only certain VIN numbers were being covered. He told me I could call Chrysler and speak to them. I called the 1-800-992-1997 Chrysler customer service this morning. I explained about the stalling and that I had filed a complain back in December 2013 regarding the consistent stalling when the tank is filled. I explained my Chrysler dealer stated my car was not on their list, and to call Chrysler. The representative informed me that they were only fixing certain cars and mine was not one of them and that I could take it to the dealer and pay to have it fixed. When I asked if it turned out to be the exact same part that was being replaced, would they cover it, I was informed they would not. I am unsure what factors guided Chrysler on which cars to fix, but it appears that they have left out at least my car which has exactly the same described problem I have seen on the complaint web site.
After filling the car a Chrysler 300c stalls. This is now an ongoing problem as the car now stalls after fueling. The stall occurs mostly when stopped at a red-light or driving at a low rate of speed. It has now progressed to include when accelerating onto a interstate. The stall causes all safety systems to fail ie. Breaks, steering, et. I have called the local dealership and the Chrysler hotline 800-992-1997 and was informed that the national highway traffic safety administration, Chrysler will extend fuel-tank warranties does not apply to 2006 Chrysler 300c models. I was told the malfunctioning shut-off float and gas tank neck splash issue is not covered.
After filling up the gas tank I was driving on the highway. Traffic was heavy and speed was reduced to about 20 mph. While exiting the highway the car started to spurt and then shut off and the steering wheel locked. I was able to put the car in park and restart the vehicle but once it slowed down again the car shut off. I was nearly rear-ended but fortunately the truck behind me stopped in time. This only happens when the tank is full so once there is only about 3/4 of a tank full the shut downs cease. Does it take fatal accidents like what gm had before Chrysler issues a recall?.
After filling tank, the car stalled on exit from gas station. The car stalled a few miles later after stopping and then trying to go. Filling the tank with gasoline has become extremely slow since then. 20 to 30 minutes to fill the tank. Most recently on 3/4/2014, the car stalled again when stopped at red light. The stalling and slow fill have been continuing since November 2013 and happening more frequently recently. The nhsta has a case number pe13016 which describes exactly my situation as a defective fuel tank valve. In that case, Chrysler has agreed to extended warranty on gas tanks for 2006 Chrysler c cars in the case file write up, but both the dealer and customer service do not acknowledge the existence of the case findings or the problem itself. I am hoping the nhsta will stand behind their findings and support the completion of manufacturers solution. Right now Chrysler does not appear to be honoring its solution.
After filling up the fuel tank from a start of 1/8 th to full tank, the car stalled after leaving the service station about 200 feet down the road while stopped at a light. After getting the vehicle restarted I began to accelerate from the stopped position but driving power train was fairly erratic as the car attempted to lurch forward or accelerate unpredictably then would pull back by nearly stalling. This continued for several miles before reaching my driveway. The car while in neutral loped substantially from 2000 rpm to 100rpm several times before stalling. Attempting to start the car after stalling was successful. Leaving the car parked and off for 60 minutes had no beneficial effect. After returning the starting was very difficult and the instrument panel gauges were not lit until the car started again. The car continues to be idle erratically both while in park and in drive and at slow speeds.
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|Other Fuel System Tank Assembly problems||
|Other Fuel System problems||
|Other Fuel System Tank Filling/charging problems||
|Other Fuel System Pump problems||
|Other Fuel System Tank Mounting problems||
|Other Fuel System Hoses Lines/piping, And Fittings problems||