definitely annoying
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
29,019 miles

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2007 Chrysler 300C wheels / hubs problems

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2007 Chrysler 300C Owner Comments

problem #6

May 242014

300C 8-cyl

  • 71,000 miles


Check tpm system shows on my dash display every 10 minutes after I start my vehicle. This started occurring after I had my tires rotated. I took it back to the dealership and the tried to do a battery disconnect after multiple calls. They could read all of the pressures by using the little wand on each tire. After multiple attempts of trying to make them fix what they broke, they said that they do not know what the problem is and the wheel rotation must have triggered something. They started asking stupid questions that they said they got from consulting Chrysler like "are you going by a tower that could be distracting your signal?" I have been driving this vehicle for 7 years and all of a sudden, I am getting a signal to distract my system. Not! they kicked me to the curb and terminated my repair order even after multiple attempts of talking with the service manager and general manager. I consulted another tire service company and they could not tell why. I am at a loss and very irritated from the signal every car startup. I have since paid to have another tire rotation to see if I could change the way the sensors are reading to the main relay and it seems to have resolved the issue for now.

- Trotwood, OH, USA

problem #5

Jul 222014

300C 8-cyl

  • 33,400 miles
I dropped off my car to have new tires put on it. The shop called me back and said it may leak air if they put the original aluminum stem back in they don't carry Chrysler parts so they suggested using a rubber stem. They said I can purchase one from auto store and have the dealer or another shop install it. When I picked up my car the TPMS (tire pressure monitoring sensor) was not reading one of the tires. They said if it doesn't work by the morning to bring it back in. I brought it back and received a call 4 hrs later stating they had pulled the tire pressure monitor sensor out of the tire the day before and left it in my cup holder. They stated there is nothing they can do that I need to take it somewhere to have it fixed. The sensor works and worked when I brought it in. (they had rotated my tires a month earlier and had no issues reported at that time) they indicated they were having an issue removing the needle from the valve stem so they decided to remove the entire sensor. I am writing this because I thought it was illegal to remove a mandatory safety device and give me the car back and tell me to have another place take care of it. 49 usc 30122(B).

- Milwaukee, WI, USA

problem #4

Oct 202009


  • 28,000 miles
The contact owns 2007 Chrysler 300C with Continental conti-seal tires, size P225/60/R18, dot#af7D3rx. While the contact was examining the vehicle, he noticed that all four tires showed signs of premature tire wear. He took the tires to the dealership where the contact was informed that the tires needed to be replaced due to tread wear. The current and failure mileages were approximately 28,000.

- Naples, FL, USA

problem #3

Oct 012008


  • 18,000 miles


Groove appeared on part of inner edge of tires exposing belt. It only had the groove on about 1/3 of the tire, not all the way around like a wear or alignment problem. The tires have lots of tread except in this little groove. After the air was let out for replacement a finger probe of the area felt very soft like you could put your finger through it. (18,000 miles on a well maintained 2007 srt8 Chrysler 300 with pressure warning system.)

- Virginia Beach, VA, USA

problem #2

Jun 162008


  • 18,312 miles
I purchase a Chrysler 300C in April 2007, new from a local dealership. Continental self sealing tires came with vehicle. A 1"nail, head diameter 2/16", punctured tire. Took vehicle to tire repair shop and was advised that after removal of nail, tire did not hold pressure, was advised to notify dealer for credit on tire. Dealer advised me since tire did not hold pressure, there was no warranty or credit on remaining tread, I was advised to purchase a new tire. Tires have 18,000 miles on them. Also was advised that the self sealing tire is not being manufactured any more, and are difficult to find. I am a very unhappy customer at this point and do not look forward to purchasing a new tire. Obviously your self-sealing tires work minimally at best. Might that be the reason they are being removed, and no longer available. I was advised it may take up to 3 wks to find a like tire. Is there a refund or credit on my tire? yes, I read the warranty. Please advise. Thank you, w. pohler

- New Braunfels, TX, USA

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problem #1

Feb 162008

300C 8-cyl

  • 5,400 miles
Conti seal tire doesn't seal its self. A staple lodged in tire, tire losing air, took tire in found staple and remove it. Told me it was a self sealing tire and they were unable to do any thing, tire should seal on its own. Tire does not seal air loss daily, have to refill daily. Tire has less than 7000 miles, and is on a brand new car. I am concerned for my safety now that I know these tires are defective, and do not perform as advertised.

- Silverton, OR, USA

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