hardly worth mentioning
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
71,000 miles

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2007 Chrysler Town & Country fuel system problems

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2007 Chrysler Town & Country Owner Comments

problem #5

Aug 012015

Town & Country 6-cyl

  • 75,000 miles


The contact owns a 2007 Chrysler Town and country. Immediately after refueling the vehicle and while driving at a low speed, the vehicle stalled. The contact was able to restart the vehicle. The failure recurred on numerous occasions. The vehicle was taken to a dealer where it was diagnosed that the fuel tank and the evaporator needed to be replaced. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The failure mileage was 75,000. The VIN was unavailable. Updated 07/26/16

- Mackinaw, IL, USA

problem #4

Nov 022014

Town & Country

  • 86,000 miles
After fueling vehicle where tank is filled (to first click off, no more) the car stalls a short while after leaving the gas station if you have to stop, or slow dramatically( stops, turns etc., shortly after filling, (normally within 5 min. Or less) for traffic, lights, etc. This problem is caused by a valve failure in the gas tank allowing the vapor recovery line to fill with gas which at a preselected time opens into the intake system and when at low speeds, or stops floods the engine with raw gas causing the stall. When being able to continue accelerate you still feel a definite bog in the engine when this happens, although it does not stall. The engine normally restarts, but that would not help much if you stalled in approaching traffic or such. I also own a 2003 Dodge Caravan with 100K+ miles and it has done it for a couple of years starting at around 85K same symptoms as 2007 van. I was wondering if there are any recalls or other complaints on this. Very dangerous in the right circumstance. Chrysler says part is not repairable other than by changing to fuel tank completely, my cost on the tank with me repairing it is $900. Sure like to see them fix both of mine and I also own a 2006 T&C so I am waiting for it to start as in has a little over 92K so I guess its done good to get there without a problem. A google search reveals more people have had this problem also, and is how I figured out the cause. Thanks for any help.

- Lake Helen, FL, USA

problem #3

Oct 312012

Town & Country 6-cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • 70,000 miles
The contact owns a 2007 Chrysler Town and country. After refueling the vehicle and driving 30 mph, the vehicle stalled. The contact was able to restart the vehicle. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. The failure recurred on numerous occasions. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. The failure mileage was 70,000. Updated 5/18/15

- Macomb, MI, USA

problem #2

Aug 152013

Town & Country 6-cyl

  • 70,000 miles
After filling up the fuel tank and driving maybe one block the engine stalled. This happens now after every fillup. It is exactly the same symptoms as in NHTSA action number : PE13016 for other Chrysler products of the previous year. A search in google came up with many, many people with many different cars experiencing the same thing. If you pull out of the gas station directly onto a highway and stall while trying to merge into high speed traffic, the results could be disastrous (B'ah).

- Brooklyn, NY, USA

problem #1

Oct 182013

Town & Country 6-cyl

  • 54,000 miles
My wife's 2007 Chrysler Town and country van stalls after every fill up. This has happened in heavy traffic and could result in an accident. I thought this might be isolated, but after an internet search, it seems this is a significant widespread issue. My opinion is this is a safety issue and should not happen after only 55,000 miles. Thanks.

- Slidell, LA, USA

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