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2007 Chrysler 300C engine problems

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2007 Chrysler 300C Owner Comments

problem #1

Apr 052007

300C 8-cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • miles


Car idling drops to 450rpm's then jumps to 700rpm's when at a stop without the air conditioning running. This has caused my car to lunge forward while pedestrians have been walking in front of it. If my foot is not firmly held on the brake the car could hit someone. I have been in traffic taking my foot off of the brake and the precise time the car decided to shoot up to the 700rpms almost causing me to rear end the traffic in front of me. The dealer said it was an alternator surge and the computer does not recognize any problem. The car should idle evenly at 600 to 700 RPM's I was told.

- Bethesda, MD, USA

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