Chrysler Town & Country owners have reported 63 problems related to vehicle speed control (under the vehicle speed control category).
The contact owns a 2010 Chrysler town and country. While driving approximately 30 mph, the accelerator pedal extended to the floorboard without warning and the rpms increased. The contact depressed the brake pedal with both feet and the accelerator pedal returned to its normal position. The vehicle was taken to the dealer where it was diagnosed that there was carbon built up in the throttle body that needed to be cleaned out. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 76,000.
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The contact owns a 2009 Chrysler town and country. While driving at 40 mph, the accelerator pedal was depressed and the vehicle accelerated excessively. The contact had to apply force to the brake pedal multiple times in order to get the vehicle to stop. In addition, the rpms increased, the engine revved, and the traction control warning light illuminated. The vehicle was towed to a dealer, but was not diagnosed or repaired. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The VIN was included in NHTSA campaign number: 14v373000 (electrical system, air bags); however, the part needed to repair the vehicle was unavailable. The failure mileage was 35,037.
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The town and country van that we own continues to have multiple issues with intermittent stalling and various speeds. The van usually has problems most after refilling with gasoline. This problem has been happening for a few months and continues despite efforts to remedy the problem. I feel this is a safety issue that needs to be addressed by Chrysler and the NHTSA to avoid a major casualty incident since these vans are having documented problems at all speeds including highway driving at 70 plus mph. We are not sure if the problem exists due to electrical issues, fuel pump issues or evap system issues due to the fact that no reportable codes are being thrown when the vehicle has this problem.
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I just got my Chrysler town and country, it hasn't even been three months since I got it and now the barometric pressure is low witch is causing other problems witch also cause the car to shut off while driving I have had one person tell me that the car shouldn't be on the road. I was mad because I only got it because I'm expecting my third child. I don't think its right that now I'm stuck with the car and the dealership can't do anything about it, don't get me wrong I love the car it just the problems I'm having with the car. . . The part that's on recall on my car I was told that Chrysler has made the part yet recall l25 I don't think I'll be getting another Chrysler.
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Out of nowhere vehicle stops running, no check engine lights, but van shuts off. This has happened a dozen or so times in the last few weeks. Took the van to local shop for diagnostic test. No codes appeared, tested fuel pump and egr value, not problems there. Mechanic unable to detect issue. I've noticed other complaints online and a recall for 2010 Chrysler t&c vans, but not my vehicle (built on 9/26/2012).
I contacted dan turner, service manager, with auto nation Dodge ram in centennial, colorado, 80012 on Monday 16 March 2015 at 17:50. The dealership is located at 10743 e arapahoe rd, centennial, CO 80112. The phone number is 303. 929. 4656. He informs me that for the recall I have, they do not have the parts and that there is no procedure stating what is to be done to correct the issue. Also since the recall is beyond three (3) years old, he is not sure when the parts will come in. Although the notice went out 06/16/2011, I received the notice via mail in mid 2014. How can my dealership get the parts, can you assist? the manufacturer recall number l25 NHTSA recall number 11v-139 the NHTSA number provided on the mailed notice: 14v-373 the VIN is 2a8hr64x09r511187 year: 2009 model: town and country thank you,.
Tl-the contact owns a 2007 Chrysler 300. The contact stated that while driving at 40 mph, the check engine and the electronic throttle control (etc) warning lights illuminated as the contact noticed a burning odor. The vehicle was taken to a dealer. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. The failure recurred on numerous occasions. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. The failure mileage was 123,412. Oo.
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The contact owns a 2010 Chrysler town and country. The contact stated that the vehicle accelerated without warning. The failure recurred on two separate occasions. The contact was able to gradually slow the vehicle down by constantly depressing the brake pedal. The VIN was not available. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. The failure mileage was not available.
For the past several months the car will not start and takes several tries to successfully start the car. It hesitates at around 35 mph and tries to stall. I have been waiting for Chrysler to follow up with a second (l-25) recall notice. Yesterday, 12/14/14 while going around a round-about it died completely and I lost power steering, and all power to the car. I was able to restart the car and return it home. This is my main form of transportation, used to take the kids to school and activities. I was told by the dealer today they have been advised not to touch it by Chrysler and told to contact Chrysler. The representative at Chrysler said I needed to take it up with the dealer as it is not a matter of having a part, but that Chrysler does not have a solution. This is very concerning, as it poses a serious safety to concern to me, my kids, and other drivers. Please let me know what recourse I have in getting Chrysler to complete the full repair to my satisfaction. * mopar website says parts are available. It would seem a huge liability that Chrysler would not make driver and passenger safety priority.
Chrysler town and country 2007- shortly after refueling the vehicle, with no warning the rpm's will drop and the engine will stall. This event usually happens as I am merging into traffic from the gas station. This is a very dangerous situation because the power brakes and steering assist is lost during a stall!.
We notice the problem of engine stalls oct 11 2014, Nov 14 and Nov 16, 2014. Was driving on highway suddenly the tire traction light came on, power steering became hard to move and could not accelerate. I turned off the unit and turned on again no problem. I took the van to the Chrysler dealer. They found engine stalls error but are not sure what caused it.
Upon accelerating from a green light, the rpms jumped as if I pushed the peddle to the floor. As soon as I touch the accelerator this happened so I let go of the peddle and the rpm continued to rise and the car continued to accelerate. I slammed the breaks and for a few moments I was using the breaks to fight the acceleration of the vehicle. After about 20 seconds of this accelerating the the problem stopped on its own and I could take over control again. This same thing happened again on November 15th and on this day it occurred multiple times.
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My headlights, odometer & prnd21 began flickering intermittently. Condition worsened and gauges would turn off and back on, warning lights would flicker off & on, radio cuts out. Condition has progressed - now van has stalled out while driving three times. Battery is good, grounds are connected. This complaint seems to be common, yet dealerships do not seem to have repair information from Chrysler. Stalling while driving is dangerous - Chrysler should help identify a solution and issue a service bulletin.
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Just purchased a used 2008 Chrysler Town & Country. It was taken to the shop for extensive maintenance, including the replacement of the hub bearing - front right with oem parts. Upon further inspection we ascertained that there is a recall for this part for the 2008 model year. Chrysler notification k19 states: "the front wheel bearings on your vehicle (VIN: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx) may develop a growling or grinding noise. The bearing noise may increase or decrease during turning maneuvers. What your dealer will Chrysler will service your vehicle free of charge (parts and labor) well, it turns out that my vehicle VIN number is not included in the recall. Is there a reason for this? can you look into this? thank you.
•last March I was driving on highway in rush hour, 60 – 65 mph. Van shuts off, breaks do not work, and steering wheel is locked. All I could do is wait until the van coasted to a stop; I put it in park and then started it back up again in order to exit the expressway. •took the van in. They kept it for over a week and then told me that they replaced something with the brakes and now it is working fine. •(11/04/14), I was on vacation in ohio. Going 40 mph and the same thing happened. Again, I was lucky and no accident. •took the van to nearest dealership. They charged me $79 to check out the car – and they did not find anything. I would have thought that would have been a covered charge. •Chrysler “escalated my ticket to corporate” and they also asked me if I felt safe driving my van home. I did not feel safe – but really did not see a choice because all the dealership and the surrounding car rental places had to offer me was a small car and I had 3 people, luggage and a wheelchair to get home. •I drove side roads home – the total trip took me an additional 9 hours instead of 4. 5. (11/06/14) the car shut down again on me – no one was on the road at the time. •(11/07/14) ray laetham dealership in grosse pointe, michigan. •11/12/14 dealership asked several questions about the car and said the engineers at Chrysler have given them additional things to try •11/14/14 dealership tells me I can pick up my van. Engineers have decided that it must have been the e85 gas that I had been using "which has been known to cause problems" even though that is the gas that I was told to use. Hopefully I will survive the last 6 months of my lease. I have a van that I cannot drive my family in.
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As I was driving down the highway at approximately 70mph, my vehicle lost all power. It was so abrupt that it felt as if I had been rear ended. I had no power steering, and all electrical components of my van shut off. I attempted to steer towards the shoulder, and my van regained power. The dash lights flashed twice and then I had full power. The van then again had all lights shut off and it shut off. This second occurrence was quicker than the first, and the power flashed back on after a few seconds. I exited with the van off the highway and had it towed. The dealership drove the vehicle, but was unable to replicate the problem so they could not repair it. They do not know why it happened or if/when it will happen again, but they are unwilling to purchase the car back from me.
We have had several issues that vehicle will not start. Key turns but ignition seems to not acknowledge and fails to start vehicle. Happened even on a ferry one day. So far, no towing has been necessary. Very worried that if its an ignition issues, what if while driving it fails to keep car moving? we drive a lot of miles to and from FL and it is very concerning. My local mechanics cannot find any issues and I feel Chrysler has not addressed properly.
Many, many , many times this has happened. I will either be slowing down for a red light, to make a turn, or hit a bump and the car shuts off. No particular reason, no idiot lights come on indicating a problem. If I didn't pay attention to the heating/cooling fan, it shuts off, I wouldn't know this has happened. Twice I have been driving on the freeway, hit a bump and the car shuts off. 65 mph with children and pets in the car!. A couple of times the car has just shut off at a stop, no bump, nothing apparent. I have been in to the dealership three times, spending large amounts of money and all they can say to me is I'm sorry we could not duplicate the situation. I received a recall notice on 09-15-2014 about the problem and as of this date, 01-16-2015 I have not been notified that it is my turn to get the ignition fixed. My husband and I both called the dealership two times each and all they can say is that the part hasn't been manufactured or that they haven't heard anything from Chrysler.
While driving on the freeway, going uphill at about 55mph, my engine suddenly began revving and the van sped up, then, I was unable to get it to accelerate. I pushed the gas pedal, but it wasn't engaging the engine. The rpm's would go up, but there was no affect on the van speed. The terrain changed, so then I began going downhill and I continued trying to get the van to accelerate to avoid being rear-ended. Finally, the engine engaged and I was able to speed up. This happened one more time during that trip. It has happened a couple of other times since then, briefly, but yesterday, it happened, and I again, was nearly rear-ended, and I had to coast into a parking lot to get out of the way of traffic. (the "check engine" light has never come on while this was happening. ) I went to a mechanic who then test-drove the van, but was "unable to duplicate the problem. " I drove the van home and the problem happened throughout my trip (speeds ranging from 30-45 mph. ) it wasn't until I finally made it home and was parking the van in front of my house that the "check engine" light finally came on. I then took the van to a local auto parts store that will run codes after the engine light comes on. It gave a code for several possible causes, which included electrical issues. Unfortunately, the guy cleared the code, and I am not able to drive the van in order to see if the engine light will come back on. (he did, however, write down what the code could be an indication of - 4 different issues to choose from. ) this is a very dangerous issue, and I have read of numerous other complaints similar to this. Please, look into this matter and do a recall of these vehicles before tragedy strikes!.
The contact owns a 2009 Chrysler town and country. The contact stated that while attempting to park, the brake pedal was depressed and the vehicle accelerated independently. As a result, the contact crashed into a concrete bearer. A police report was filed. The passenger sustained bruising from the seat belt that required medical attention. The vehicle was towed to an independent mechanic and the vehicle was repaired. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was unknown.
I was driving to the store at approx. 40 mph when all of a sudden I noticed my dashboard and my fuel gage went down , my speed dropped I didnt know what was happening . My car was slowing down but since I was going downhill I coasted. I realized my engine had shut off. I panicked but thankfully thought to turn the ignition switch and the car turned back on. I thought it was a fluke. But this issue has occurred several times while driving. The same scenario. I realized by just bumping the key it turns off the engine. If I turn my ignition and if I don't hold it long enough, it will move back to off position. I mean I barely bump it and it can turn off. It has happened while driving at least 4 times. I have not gone to my Chrysler dealership because I didnt want to pay an out of pocket expense and I no longer have the warranty on it.
1 week after I bought my van the car started vibrating when the vehicle was stopped (waiting at the light). I went to the dealer to ask them if there was a recall for this problem they first say that there was no problem and then I read that there was a recall for some vehicles having debris on the engines, so they replaced half of the heads in the engine. The vehicle stopped vibrating, but then I notice that when speeding or slowing down the vehicle does not responds to the change in gears or isn’t accelerating like it should. Also while coming to a stop the transmission would not downshift causing the car to lunge forward. It would vibrate when coming to stop.
In order to pass a vehicle, pressure was applied to the gas pedal. The car continued to accelerate with very high rpms and the break pedal was pumped very firmly. The racing acceleration resolved. A second incident occurred on 7/9/13 on a 75 mph highway. A pass around a slow vehicle was attempted starting at 70 mph. The vehicle began accelerating with very high rpms. The driver applied heavy break pressure (virtually standing on the breaks) and was able to move two lanes to the shoulder in dense traffic. A "brake" notification came on while the brakes were applied and stayed on. Placing the car in park did not stop the racing engine. The vehicle was turned off, restarted, and the racing engine resumed. The brake notice was still on. The driver turned the vehicle off again and restarted the engine one minute later to attempt to move the van further off the highway. The engine was no longer revving, but the brake light remained. The car was driven slowly home and the brake light turned off after a few seconds of driving. Also of note, this vehicle has had two break replacements and regular tire replacements in two years of the current ownership (having just missed break recall coverage by a month and 1,000 miles. ) this vehicle is often carrying four children and driven by a teenage driver.
Tl- the contact owns a 2009 Chrysler town and country. The contact stated that one minute after parking the vehicle, it independently engaged into reverse rolled away, crashing into a house. The contact was not injured. The vehicle was scheduled to be taken to the dealer for diagnosis. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure. The failure and current mileage was 58,000. Kmj.
At low driving speed the engine did not maintain idle and stalled. Due to the engine stall, the brakes, and power steering were disabled and the car continued in motion moving forward at approximately 8 to 10 mph. Driver was able to maneuver to the shoulder of the road and coast to a stop with only the very limited steering and breaking power remaining. Once at a full stop the car was able to restart once the shift lever was placed in the park position. Since this initial incident, the same stall problem has reoccurred about twenty times in total for two different drivers. Each time the car has been in motion at low speed and usually with the driver backing off the accelerator with the driver's foot moving off the gas pedal and onto the brake pedal. The vehicle was inspected by the dealer more than once and it was stated by the service manager that the issue could not be duplicated when test driven. Also it was stated that no fault was recorded by the standard computerized test of the car.
|Problem Category||Number of Problems|
|Vehicle Speed Control problems||
|Cruise Control problems||
|Accelerator Stuck problems||
|Car Accelerates On Its Own problems||
|Speed Control Springs problems||
|Accelerator Pedal problems||
|Speed Control Linkage problems||
|Speed Control Cable problems||
|Speed Sensor problems||
|Fail To Accelerate problems||