515 TrueDelta members own (or used to own) a 2000 or newer Chrysler 300. 81 of these members
(15.7%) have reported electrical repairs for their car.
A total of 134 electrical repairs to Chrysler 300s--an average of 0.3 per
vehicle--have been reported.
Routine ,required oil change and tire rotation.
However, the mechanic discovered that the vehicle did not have any brake lights because there was never a fuse for it!!!. Fuse was installed and the brake system was funtional.
AC cold and then on long trips & hot days, it freezes up TSB 24-012-05 Reprogrammed ATC Repair successful.
New wiper switch ordered, turn signal was activating wipers. Repair successful.
Turn signal stalk had to be replaced as wipers would go on when signaling
Right rear window would not go down ordered a regulator and replaced, repair successful.
Remote start does not shut down on over rev dealer checking into it with somebody. Dealer reprogrammed remote start module. Repair successful!
Reprogram Remote Starter.
Switch in door that operators memory of seats had to replace the switch in the door that operates the memory seat
Auto up on power window not consistently working. Dealer reprogrammed something, but it seems the problem is still occuring infrequently. Does not cause a big problem as the window will still close by holding the switch in the up position.
air con fails when used for more than 3 hours continuously on hot days - CHrysler TSB exists with solution for same but dealer unaware of TSB until I pointed it out to them. Parts not to hand so had to order in from Singapore. Told "7 to 10 days" and to c