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definitely annoying
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
37,827 miles

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2013 Chrysler 300 wheels / hubs problems

wheels / hubs problem

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2013 Chrysler 300 Owner Comments

problem #4

Jan 302017


  • 78,000 miles


Rotated tires, lug nut had to be chiseled off, as metal cap over lug nut expanded, so normal lug wrench would not work. Had to replace lug nuts. Was done at dealer, if I had a flat on the road car would have to been towed in.

- East Windsor, NJ, USA

problem #3

Jan 132016


  • 72,000 miles
The contact owns a 2013 Chrysler 300. The contact stated that while driving at 45 mph, the ABS and anti skid warning lights illuminated and the wheel seized causing the vehicle to be unable to continue to drive. In addition, all gauges and meters on the instrument cluster provided incorrect readings. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. The failure mileage was 72,000.

- Ruskin, FL, USA

problem #2

Jun 012015


  • miles
In year 2013 bought a brand new Chrysler 300C 2013 zero mile for $45,000, I took the car to a Chrysler dealer service center on daytona beach for oil change and I got told I need to replace all 4 tires. I ask them how can a 15,000 miles car will need new tires and they told me Firestone don't give any kind warranty to the tires the sell to Chrysler manufacture for brand new car and those was less quality to the tires they sell on the tires centers. We called the Firestone and they told me the same thing no warranty on those new tires because the tires they sell to car's manufacture are less quality.and if I buy the Firestone tires from any tire center I will get 50,000 miles warranty. Now I have to buy new tires but for sure will not be Firestone and pay for on my new car with 15,000 miles only, yes I never saw new tires last 15,000 miles only. That is why I want to report this because don't know what kind tires Chrysler is buying for new car with less quality what should have, Chrysler and Firestone are saving money giving to the consumer less quality of tires what can be danger because for a tire only last 15,000 have to be really bad quality material hey are using.. I'm sure those tires are not safe for no one. Thank you

- Ormond Beach, FL, USA

problem #1

Dec 092013

300 6-cyl

  • 1,309 miles
Vehicle: 2013 Chrysler 300 purchase date: November 10, 2013 (418 miles at the date of purchase) date of vehicle breakdown: December 9th, 2013 (1309 miles at the date of breakdown) driven for 891 miles before defect scenario: I was coming home from work on December 9th, when the control arm on the front-driver's-side snapped while I was driving 25mph on a straight neighborhood road, causing the vehicle to swerve and almost crash into another moving car on the road. Upon examination, heavy rust was found all over the suspension of the vehicle. Damages: The rust damage is more than regular surface rust, and has eaten away at the control arm bushels, causing the front left control arm to separate from the vehicle while the vehicle was moving. The vehicle then collapsed onto its body, causing major body damage to the left side of the vehicle as well as the bumper. This means that every 2013 Chrysler 300 could potentially be unsafe for operation and this issue needs to be addressed before there are injuries and deaths due to this defect. Currently, both the dealer and Chrysler corporation are refusing to deal with the safety concerns from the owners of this vehicle regarding heavy rust found on the Chrysler 300 and other models, and are refusing to replace defective vehicles with safer vehicles as the lemon law requires the wheels to come off 2 more times before Chrysler even considers to buy the vehicle back. This is not a complaint regarding a malfunctioning sunroof, faulty electronics, and headlight problems (which are also problems associated with this model), but a major safety concern that could lead to unnecessary injuries because the faulty mexican and chinese parts used to build the suspension are quick to rust and break. Please file your complaints with NHTSA and let them know that rusted suspension parts are grounds for a national recall.

- Roswell, GA, USA

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