definitely annoying
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
25,586 miles

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1999 Chrysler 300M cooling system problems

cooling system problem

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1999 Chrysler 300M Owner Comments

problem #3

Oct 012005

300M 6-cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • 76,758 miles


1. normal everyday driving. 2. radiator/condenser cooling fan burnt up; could smell electrical components and saw smoke coming from fan unit. Blew 30A fuse and smoke/smell stopped. A/C quit working due to fan quitting and fuse blowing. I was on my way back to dallas Texas from Georgia when this blew. Luckily the car kept running on one of the two fans, and it was at night when it wasn't so hot! had to replace dual cooling fan unit. 3. replaced dual cooling fan unit and 30A fuse. $300 repair done by myself since the car is not in warranty.

- Richardson, TX, USA

problem #2

Apr 222003

(reported on)


  • miles
There were problems with electric windows and a crack in the dash. The electric windows had stuck shut due to the tight seal designed to reduce the wind noise, and the crack in the dash was around the passenger side air bag and appeared where the material was stretched over the air bag underneath. Also, when the vehicle was two months old, the front wheel rotors had to be replaced, the battery was replaced in the first year, before 50K a defective bearing on the cooling fan was required to be replaced.

- Las Cruces, NM, USA

problem #1

Jun 072001


  • Automatic transmission
  • miles
During operation of vehicle temperature of the engine will run hot. Dealership has examined vehicle, and replaced engine cooling fan and thermostat. Also, found metal shavings in engine compartment. On the last visit, dealer found the radiator partially blocked causing overheat condition, dealer replaced radiator, and cleaned coolant passages of aluminum chips.

- Detroit, MI, USA

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