pretty bad
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
6,767 miles

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2005 Chrysler 300 steering problems

steering problem

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2005 Chrysler 300 Owner Comments

problem #3

Sep 012004

300 6-cyl

  • miles


2005 Chrysler 300 with ignition problem. Consumer states that after the installation of the ignition switch was completed. She continued to have the exact same problem as before with the eas light indicator. The consumer was told there was an open circuit in the ignition switch. The consumer stated the problem became more serious which caused the steering wheel to violently vibrate in excess of 60 mph. Another service provider informed the consumer the tie rod end was broken and the struts needed to be replaced.

- Suitland, MD, USA

problem #2

Apr 042007

300 8-cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • 17,800 miles
Vibration in front end. Had tires balanced 5-10-15000. Dealer said tires were the problem early on. At less then 18000 tie rods replaced along with new set of 4 tires. Tie rods under warranty, no help on tires.

- Dublin, OH, USA

problem #1

Mar 012005

300 8-cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • 2,500 miles
The contact stated the front end shook, made noise, and pulling to the left. She took the vehicle to the dealership, and they replaced the tires. The vehicle shook for the first mile and a half. The contact stated because they were self sealing tires the material inside clumped up because of the cold weather. The tire manufacturer told her to take the vehicle to a tire dealership. The vehicle was towed. As a result, the pressure from being strapped down during towing caused the upper control arm bushing to pop out. Also, the tie rod end on the passenger's side needed to be replaced. The tire dealership told the contact to get those repaired before they could address the tire problem. The contact's husband was able to put the bushing back in, but no repairs have been made to the vehicle. The consumer had a transmission leak. Updated 01/11/06.

- Granite City, IL, USA

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