Chrysler Concorde owners have reported 47 problems related to car stall (under the engine and engine cooling category). The most recently reported issues are listed below.
The contact owns a 1998 Chrysler Concorde. While attempting to accelerate, the contact stated that the vehicle stalled. The vehicle had not been inspected or repaired when the complaint was filed. The current and failure mileages were approximately 110,000. The consumer stated the timing chain faild and blew out the engine. Updated 07/23/jb.
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The contact owns a 1999 Chrysler Concorde lxi. While driving approximately 70 mph on normal road conditions there was pressure applied to the accelerator pedal and unexpectedly, the speed rate reduced to 20 mph. The contact was able to drive on the emergency lane with caution and suddenly, the speed rate increased to 70 mph. The contact was able to continue driving. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic for diagnostic testing; however, the technician was unable to duplicate the failure. The identical failures occurred on four separate occasions. An independent mechanic on two separate occasions reset the crank shaft sensor code. The failure continued to occur after the repair was made in addition, the vehicle stalled intermittently. The contact had concerns of the safety risk involved. The failure and current mileages were 121,000.
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I have a 2004 Concorde lxi. I also have had very many troubles with my car stalling while driving at various speeds and conditions. The engine will lose power and it will take some time before it starts. It seems that this is a big problem with several models that Chrysler has produced. This problem needs to be addressed as soon as possible.
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The contact owns a 1998 Chrysler Concorde. While driving approximately 60 mph, the vehicle stalled without warning. The vehicle was towed to the dealer and they stated that the engine needed to be replaced. The cause of the failure could not be determined. The vehicle has not been repaired. The failure and current mileages were 117,750.
The contact owns a 2000 Chrysler Concorde. The contact stated that the vehicle would shake, stall, and completely shut down. The vehicle would restart sometimes, and other times, it would not. The contact took the vehicle to an auto repair shop and they determined the cause of failure to be the motor. The purchase date, speed, and powertrain were unknown. The current mileage was 90,000 and failure mileage was 89,000.
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Car will stall while driving at various speeds and lose power. Thankfully I have been able to steer off of the road each time. Each time this has happened, the dealerships have replaced the camshaft positioning sensor at a cost of $250 each. I am on the third one. They seem to last about 10 months and then are gone again.
The contact owns a 2000 Chrysler Concorde. The vehicle stalled while driving 50 mph. The vehicle was towed to a repair shop and the contact was informed that the engine needed to be replaced due to sludge build up. She stated that there should not have been sludge build up because regularly scheduled maintenance was performed on the vehicle. The contact has been unable to replace the engine; therefore, the vehicle remains parked at her home. The current and failure mileages were 70,000.
Car is continuing to stall. Dealer cannot find what is causing. Car stalled while making a left turn and was consequently hit by another car from behind. No major damage done, as we were only traveling about 5 mph. Car sputters a lot, stalls a lot, and is not safe for me and my 3 small children to drive. Tried to trade it in because I do not feel safe anymore after the wreck, but will cause me a huge financial loss to do this. Please look into this problem. This is complaint number 2 with NHTSA. I see the pacificas were just recalled because of this exact same problem. . . When will you look into the concords?.
: the contact stated while attempting to accelerate from a stop, the vehicle jerked forward and then stalled. The vehicle was towed to an independent repair shop who determined the vehicle needed a new engine.
: the contact stated the vehicle stalled while stopped at stop lights and the steering locked. The vehicle eventually failed to start and was towed to an independent repair shop who determined the engine needed to be replaced and was later towed to a service dealer who determined the engine needed to be replaced because of sludge build up. There was no determination of what caused the sludge build up and no warning lights ever illuminated prior to any of the problems. In addition to the oil sludge the dealer also determined one of the pistons was bad.
: the contact stated while driving at 30mph the vehicle stalled without warning. The vehicle was pulled over, restarted, and then driven home. The vehicle was towed to the dealership and it was determined the oil did not distribute properly in the engine causing a piston rod bearing to burn. The vehicle needs a new engine.
I purchased a 1999 Chrysler Concorde and after getting on the highway with the car to take it to my local Dodge/Chrysler autoshop (not even 3 minutes), the car failed and stalled on a major highway. I was able to pull the car onto the side and after calling several people and waiting for over an hour, I was told that the engine was probably locked and had it towed to a Chrysler autoshop in the vicinity of where I stalled. I wasn't even able to make it to the next exit on the highway once I merged on the highway , approximately 1 mile from where I purchased it, the car stalled, no warning just stopped with 18 wheelers and everything behind me and almost crashing into me.
The contact owns a 2003 Chrysler Concorde which was purchased in 2005. The camshaft sensor continued to fail on the vehicle. There was a manufacturer's recall issued by Chrysler to replace the cam shaft sensor and repairs were done; however, the failure recurred. Chrysler recall number 18j18182 recall j18 camshaft sensor pcm is related to the failure. The vehicles rpms would not exceed 2500 rpms and began stalling. She also stated that when the engine is turned off it would not restart for approximately one hour. The failure occurred every 12 months. A diagnostic test was performed by an independent mechanic which verified that the camshaft sensor was faulty. No repairs have been made to date to correct the failure. The current and failure mileages were under 68,034.
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While driving about 30-35 mph on a street and the vehicle cut off. There was no stalling loss of all power. The steering was still working though it was hard to turn the vehicle. Pulled to the side of the street and called for a mechanic. A local mechanic came and towed vehicle to an independent service repair shop. Thee it was discovered there was brown sludge, and this was caked up beyond repair. Suggested the engine would have to replaced. No repairs have been made at this time due to the expense of a new engine replacement. Contacted both dealer and manufacturer, who did not wish to replace or help the consumer with the replacement. This vehicle was regularly serviced and maintained. This happened at 61, 000 miles.
The caller stated car was idling up while driving, and then it stalled. This happened about 20 times while driving. The vehicle was taken to the dealer who indicated that the cam sensor and computer throttle sensor were the cause of the failure. The tie-rod ends also failed. The estimated cost to replace the sensors was $300-$400. The car has a warranty, but this problem was not covered under the warranty.
The car stopped while in motion, mechanic reports that the problem was the crankshaft sensor. The consumer was traveling about 63 mph on the interstate when car began to putter and then suddenly the engine cut off. There was no brakes, no steering, no electrical system. As it began , owner began to pull off to shoulder, then it died completely. There were no dashboard warning lights on at the time. The car was then towed to shop, where mechanic put it on the diagnostic computer. Mechanic installed new crankshaft sensor, and car started back up. Then after this, the next day after coming out of the shop, the engine began to knock horribly, and then the owner checked the engine oil and temperature, and everything was normal. The mechanic reported this time that there was a #2 piston that needed to be replaced. At a cost of 7000 dollars. The car is in the shop. Owner is going to put it in garage.
Vehicle stalled while driving. Driver pulled over. But, then was unable to restart vehicle, and had it towed. Mechanic determined that the engine needed to be replaced due to sludge build up.
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While driving 55 mph vehicle stalled. Driver was not able to restart vehicle, and had it towed to a dealer for inspection. Mechanic determined that the engine needed to be replaced.
While parking vehicle stalled. Dealership was notified, but did not resolve the problem.
While pulling into the driveway vehicle ran roughly. Engine quit working followed by the vehicle stalling. Then, vehicle failed to restart. Vehicle was towed to the dealership, who indicated that the crank sensor and a rod bearing cylinder 6 had malfunctioned, and needed to be replaced.
The vehicle stalled while driving, the consumer tried to restart the vehicle but was unable to do so. The consumer had the vehicle towed to the dealer. The mechanic informed the driver that the engine needed to be replaced due to a blown head gasket. Please provide additional information.
While driving 30 mph vehicle stalled.
The vehicle stalled at every light, finally, the vehicle failed to gain speed. The dealer stated the engine was defective.
While driving on a side street at 25 mph vehicle stalled. There was noise under the hood a couple of hours prior to stalling. After being towed to a mechanic then a dealer, consumer was informed that the engine was shot, and there was not point in replacing the engine. Dealership arrived at this conclusion without taking the engine apart, leading the consumer to believe that this was a common problem with these engines.
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When the consumer made a left turn the vehicle completely stalled. The consumer tried to restart the vehicle, but was unsuccessful. The dealer replaced a sensor , however it did not resolve the problem, as soon as the consumer left the dealer the vehicle stalled out again and had to have it towed back again. The consumer was told the engine was completely gone, also, there was a sludge build up. Please provide any further information.
|Problem Category||Number of Problems|
|Engine Failure problems||
|Engine And Engine Cooling problems||
|Car Stall problems||
|Engine Belts And Pulleys problems||
|Engine Cooling System problems||
|Gasoline Engine problems||
|Engine Knocking Noise problems||
|Check Engine Light On problems||
|Engine Clicking And Tapping Noises problems||