515 TrueDelta members own (or used to own) a 2000 or newer Chrysler 300. 66 of these members
(12.8%) have reported suspension repairs for their car.
A total of 130 suspension repairs to Chrysler 300s--an average of 0.3 per
vehicle--have been reported.
The right front outer tie rod end was showing signs of wear and was replaced under new car warranty.
A rear shock absorber was leaking oil. Part was ordered and installed. Covered by warranty.
a leaking left front strut resulted in both front struts being replaced under extended warranty.
The mechanic discovered a loose tie rod end during the multi point inspection and replaced it under extended warranty.
I discovered a loose tie rod end during tire change over. Reported the issue to the dealer and returned to have it repaired under extended warranty.
Repalced two link kits, control arm bushing and replaced L&R calliper pins.
The rear shocks were replaced with original equipment parts. The job should have taken one hour but the attempt by the manager to up sell me unwarranted repairs to the front struts extended the repair job by another hour.
Also they had to replace a horizontal strut (in the fro...
Had to replace both front knuckles... Ball joints bad... seals were leaking.
inner tie rod replaced... transmission plug replaced 2nd time
Noise coming from under car. Replaced Sway bar link noise still there ordered tie rod ends parts on national back order!
Noise coming from under car after inspection both tie rod ends need replacing. At 14,000 miles seems to be a quality issue of the part lots of people getting them replaced as they were on national back-order.
Tie rod ends replaced problem solved.
Replaced outer tie rod ends.
The repair issue is a squeaky sound at the steering column when turning the steering wheel and usually only when cold such as overnight parking. The mechanic claims he could not duplicate the problem. I said, fine I'll be back another day to prove the p
A rubber grommet on the steering column was replaced.
I reported a shimmy from the left front tire.
The mechanic reported a worn tie-rod end and replaced it under warranty.
I noticed a knocking in the front suspension. I made an appointment, reported the problem and the right outer tie rod end under warranty
A worn right outer tie rod end was replaced under manufacturer warranty.
While in the shop for an oil change and check for ticking in the engine, the mechanics did a routine service check and discovered an inner and outer tie rod end which had to be replaced. The parts were in stock and replaced.
Car made noise and vibration in turns or whenever hitting sharp bumps. (Drive up/down driveway to sidewalk transition.) Initially blamed this on brake "lubrication" but ended up tightening the rack and replacing 2 tie rod ends.
Had a problem with rattling over bumps. Eventually turned to looseness in steering. Diagnosed as bad inner tie rod ends. Dealer replaced steering rack under ext warranty.
R&R upper control arms both sides as the factory pressed the balljoints in. Joints are not serviceable.
Car pulled to left and still rattled over bumps. Changed out Stabilizer links on both side front. Still rattles..
Replaced Tension Strut (Lateral arms) on both sides as well as outer tie rods, both sides. Second time in 3 years these 4 parts required repair!