Chrysler 300 owners manuals
- Folding mirror issue on the 300C produced by a faulty electric motor, which powers the mirrors.
- The dashboard night time lights around the stereo and heating switches on the 300C are likely to fail and require to be replaced.
- The track road ends are identified to fail, producing steering issues and knocking sounds coming from the steering column.
- The 2.7L DaimlerChrysler engine is very susceptible to oil sludge, a sticky stew that covers the inside of the engine and damages the mechanical parts of it beyond repair.
The Chrysler 300 is a rear-wheel-drive, full-sized luxury vehicle produced by FCA US. It is sold across two generations, one from 2005–2010 as a four-door sedan and station wagon and one from 2011-preset as a four-door sedan. The second-generation 300 was sold under different names, in the United Kingdom and Ireland as the Chrysler 300C and the rest of Europe as Lancia Thema.
The new Chrysler 300 model is equipped with a Hemi V-8 engine delivering 363 horsepower while the standard version has a 3.6-liter 292-hp V-6 engine with a rear-wheel-drive option, accelerating from zero to 60 mph in 6.3 seconds.