Chrysler 300 stalls at idle

Engine Stall Problems of Chrysler 300C - part 1

1 Engine Stall problem of the 2006 Chrysler 300C

Failure Date: 02/26/2018

2006 chrystler 300c 5. 7l hemi will randomly die when sitting idle, and while in mid drive. This happens on a highway at 75mph or in town at 30mph or at a stop light 0mph. This is very dangerous to everyone in and outside of the vehicle. The engine will stall causing it either a. )die or b. ) lunge forward and possibly hit another vehicle.

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2 Engine Stall problem of the 2006 Chrysler 300C

Failure Date: 06/01/2017

Engine stalling after fill up.

4 Engine Stall problem of the 2005 Chrysler 300C

Failure Date: 06/28/2015

Warning dash lights/signals (service engine, oil, esp. Service break assist system , speedometer fluxuated etc) engine stalled. I could have easily been rear ended had there been other vehicles behind me. This happened a couple more times since that date. On 7/22/15 took vehicle to Chrysler dealership , neward DE. For them to check and fix. On 7/31/15 dealership called me stated problem was fixed they had replaced pts module and shifter. I didn't even get it off the lot, started vehicle up and above mentioned lights came on again. The mechanic (drove) and I went for a test drive. Service engine and other dash warning lights came on. Mechanic took car back to shop stated he reset some codes and vehicle was fixed. I was charged $868. 00 for said repair and oil change. I drove vehicle off lot. . . . About two minutes into driving same problems occurred and vehilce stalled again. Took vehicle back to dealer. . Still there. They state they are trying to find the problem. . While checking the web I found that many,,, many of these car owners have reported this same problem which is an extremely dangerous issue and yet no recall. . I don't understand why. Do people have to die first before something is done about this. Please take some action on this.

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5 Engine Stall problem of the 2006 Chrysler 300C

Failure Date: 05/27/2015

The car cut off 3 times in one day for no apparent reason; once while pulling out into oncoming traffic, then after fueling the car and pulling out of the gas station into oncoming traffic, then while driving down the street at about 35 mph. Fortunately, I safely guided the car to the side of the road to avoid a collision. The dealership replaced 2 sensors (code:p0038)- $501. 98. One week later, the car continued to cut off while driving. The dealership codes that came p0038, p0058, p0052, p0032, pmc & engine harness,& pmc engine computer - $2000 - declined repairs because sensors (p0038) were just replaced . Chrysler service bulletin 08-34-05 June 30, 2015 addresses this issue. Chrysler corp -michael browsowski says the car (now 56,484 miles) is out of warranty so they owe us nothing, but as a good will gesture, they will pay for 2 parts only - not labor. He admitted that a car cutting off is unacceptable, but refused to cover the entire cost of repair. He also refused to reply to my written complaint in writing. Chrysler continues to shirk their responsibility to recall and repair this manufacturer's defect. . Read more...

6 Engine Stall problem of the 2006 Chrysler 300C

Failure Date: 03/17/2015

After topping off the gas tank the vehicle was driven two blocks where it was then pulled onto a busy access road in town. The vehicle was slowing down to a red light when the engine stalled for a moment, the oil pressure light came on, then immediately cut out and would not restart. After putting on hazard lights and attempting to call for a tow attempts were made to restart the car and after about 20 minutes of waiting the engine turned over and it was possible to pull the car off the road to a mechanic a block up. The car was scanned and no engine codes were found and oil pressure was found to be fine. The car was given a valve flush and started up fine after that. The incident repeated itself on 3/29/15 once more after filling up the tank, after going to blocks the car once more stalled and shut down. At this point I am very concerned for my safety with this vehicle if this is what is going to happen every time the car needs gas and this should be address with a recall after seeing so many complaints.

7 Engine Stall problem of the 2005 Chrysler 300C

Failure Date: 07/14/2014

This issue has happened to me multiple times. I am just driving down the road and the engine stalls. When this happens I loose my power steering and have to try to get to the side of the road. Once I put the car in park and turn it off it will then restart. This has happened at speeds from10-70. The second issue is sometimes the car lunges forward on its own or accelerates much more than what I am pressing the gas pedal. I have talked to other owners of these cars and we all seem to be having the same problems but when we take it to mechanics since it doesn't happen when they test drive it they can't tell us what's wrong. I have had some very close calls with these issues and came very close to being involved in accidents. I am sure there have been accidents caused by these same issues but it might not have been traced back to the car, it was probably thought that it was driver error.

8 Engine Stall problem of the 2006 Chrysler 300C

Failure Date: 03/29/2014

Since last March my Chrysler 300c srt8 2006 is turning off the engine while in movement. I noticed the problem always happen when the fuel tank is full or or around 3/4. It's a very serious problem because I almost crashed the car many times considering that when the engine turns off the steering gets heavy and the brakes doesn't work properly. Now I'm not confident to put my family in the car because I am afraid to have a collision and hurt myself and my family. I made a research at the internet and I realized that a lot of 300c owners have the same problem that it's called as engine stall. Now I want Chrysler to help me to solve this matter considering it already happened several times and it's very dangerous to drive the car with this defective.

9 Engine Stall problem of the 2006 Chrysler 300C

Failure Date: 03/07/2014

After filling gas tank. Engine stalled and cut-off.

10 Engine Stall problem of the 2006 Chrysler 300C

Failure Date: 02/25/2014

After filling up the gas tank, the engine will stall several times. When idling at a light or stop sign and sometimes when traveling at low rpms. This engine has stalled when entering the parkway nearly being rear ended. This has occurred for the past two months several times, only when I fill up the gas tank.

11 Engine Stall problem of the 2006 Chrysler 300C

Failure Date: 01/31/2014

Vehicle stalls at random. Today I was driving 30-40 mph and my engine stalls and turns off. I was stuck in the middle of a busy intersection off a freeway ramp. Where is the recalling on this? are they waiting for deaths? this has been an on going serious issue and needs to be resolved. This vehicle is very dangerous to drive!.

12 Engine Stall problem of the 2006 Chrysler 300C

Failure Date: 01/26/2014

Engine stalled soon after filling gas tank. Has happened the last two times the tank was filled.

13 Engine Stall problem of the 2006 Chrysler 300C

Failure Date: 01/10/2014

Engine stalls at slow speed and at idle also miss fires at speed after refueling gas tank. It continues until a gal. Or so of fuel is consumed .

14 Engine Stall problem of the 2006 Chrysler 300C

Failure Date: 12/13/2013

I filled up the car with gas and after driving about half a mile the engine stalled while in traffic. The car started and stalled repeatedly five or six times for about four blocks. At a certain point the problem stopped and the car was drivable. I took the car to a nearby auto shop and they found no error codes in the system. After leaving the auto shop the car continued to drive without stalling. Several weeks later I filled up with gas again and the problem repeated itself after driving about half a mile. The engine stalled about five times. It was more difficult to turn the engine over this time but it eventually started and drove fine.

15 Engine Stall problem of the 2006 Chrysler 300C

Failure Date: 12/10/2013

In January I filed a safety complaint on this web site regarding the stalling of my Chrysler 300c after filling the gas tank (odi # 10561779). Over the last two and a half months the problem has persisted, with the only way to avoid the problem was to only fill the gas tank to 3/4 full. On 2/24/14 I saw the abc news report that stated "us ends probe of Chrysler engine stalling" and the article states they investigated 1200 complaints and found 299 in which the fuel system allowed the gas tank to be over-filled. It also stated that "Chrysler updated the part in new cars and guaranteed it for life in cars now on the road. " when my Chrysler dealer (who has been taking care of my Chrysler since I bought it there new in 2/2006) was contacted, he stated that only certain VIN numbers were being covered. He told me I could call Chrysler and speak to them. I called the 1-800-992-1997 Chrysler customer service this morning. I explained about the stalling and that I had filed a complain back in December 2013 regarding the consistent stalling when the tank is filled. I explained my Chrysler dealer stated my car was not on their list, and to call Chrysler. The representative informed me that they were only fixing certain cars and mine was not one of them and that I could take it to the dealer and pay to have it fixed. When I asked if it turned out to be the exact same part that was being replaced, would they cover it, I was informed they would not. I am unsure what factors guided Chrysler on which cars to fix, but it appears that they have left out at least my car which has exactly the same described problem I have seen on the complaint web site.

16 Engine Stall problem of the 2006 Chrysler 300C

Failure Date: 12/10/2013

Last month, I filled my 300c with mid grade gas, which is what I have always used since I bought it new in 2006, and then directly entered the turnpike. Travel speed was 70 mph. Approximately 1 hour later, exited into a turnpike plaza. There is a left hand turn into the parking area about 500 feet after you exit the highway. As I slowed then coasted around the turn, the engine stalled and the oil light came on. I coasted a short distance until I stopped. I was able to get the car started again, after several tries. This was the first time this had ever happened. I had bought gas and entered the turnpike at that same location many times in the past. I had no further problems getting home. However, last week, I filled up tank and exited my local gas station, which sits on the corner of a main road and a side street. As I turned to get on the side road, the street light turned red, as I slowed to stop, the engine died. I got the car restarted and when the light turned green I stated to go and it stalled again. I got it started drove the 2 miles home and as I pulled into my housing development it stalled a third time. I am not sure what is happening in the engine. This car has had all its maintenance performed at the dealer, including oil changes and has been a great car. I have never had any problems before these stallings started happening.

17 Engine Stall problem of the 2006 Chrysler 300C

Failure Date: 11/18/2013

Within a minute or so of refueling, the engine stalled and, consequently, the power steering and power brakes failed. The car would re-start with little difficulty only to stall again very shortly thereafter. Eventually, after perhaps 10 minutes of starts/stalls, and re-starts, operation would return to normal. At the time of the first occurrence, I had no reason to believe that this problem was related to refueling. However, the problem has since recurred with every refueling (at least 4 refuelings so far), resulting in numerous engine stalls in traffic. Apart from these refueling-related incidents the car runs perfectly, and my local mechanic has said that "the car's computer" indicates all systems are normal. A google search on my problem, however, suggests that the problem is extremely common in Chrysler 300cs of a similar vintage.

18 Engine Stall problem of the 2006 Chrysler 300C

Failure Date: 11/04/2013

The engine abruptly stalls shutting down power steering and brakes while in traffic and oil pressure is reading 0. Turn ignition switch off and car restarts perfectly with nl oil pressures. This has happened twice nearly causing accidents. Would probably be fatal if on interstate. There is absolutely no warning. There was also no error codes stored in the cars computer.

19 Engine Stall problem of the 2006 Chrysler 300C

Failure Date: 10/10/2013

I was on the entrance ramp to route 495s, about to enter the highway, with cars behind me, and the engine stalled. This was particularly dangerous for myself and other drivers because there was no break-down lane at the end of the entrance ramp. You go directly onto the highway. If I was on the highway when the car stalled there was nowhere for me or the cars behind me to go. They would have had to attempt to stop, too. One of the restart issues with this car is that it must be stopped and in park before you can restart the engine. It is not possible to restart the car while it is moving.

20 Engine Stall problem of the 2005 Chrysler 300C

Failure Date: 10/01/2013

New engine installed in 2008: every time, after I put fuel into the gas tank and drive away, the engine surges and then stalls multiple times during the 15 min trip home. At times the car surges forward and I have to break to avoid hitting a car in front of me. My car is a 2005 Chrysler 300 hemi with a new engine installed in 2008. My original engine was flooded with water, hence the replacement.

21 Engine Stall problem of the 2006 Chrysler 300C

Failure Date: 09/15/2013

After filling up with fuel, the engine stalled shortly after. This has occurred on a regular basis when filling the fuel tank using regular unleaded gas. Several complaints duplicate this occurrence.

22 Engine Stall problem of the 2006 Chrysler 300C

Failure Date: 09/06/2013

After filling up with gas, the engine has stalled without any warning, at very low speed limit, this occurred three times, after a few gallons of gas were used the problem went away. This particular incident has happened on three separate times before. I am concerned I could be involved in rear end accident if the engine stalls in traffic.

23 Engine Stall problem of the 2006 Chrysler 300C

Failure Date: 09/03/2013

While driving on a main road in my city the engine stalled 3 times in a 5 mile range finally shutting off again in a parking spot at my local gym this is very concerning, because this puts me at risk of being rear ended. This is a safety issue, I was lucky this time but might not be the next.

24 Engine Stall problem of the 2006 Chrysler 300C

Failure Date: 08/05/2013

After a fill-up (not topped off) on August 5, 2013 as I merged onto the freeway the engine stalled and there was a complete loss of power. I was extremely frightened because my grandson was in the back in his carseat and it was peak traffic time. Additionally without power I was having a hard time maneuvering the car to the side of the freeway to a spot where there was enough room to stop. I was able to restart the engine but the engine was not running smoothly. At the first off ramp I pulled off the fwy but the engine kept stalling whenever I had to slow down or at a stoplight. This was another safety issue for my grandson and me. It was a miracle that we were not involved in an accident. When I took the car to a Chrysler service center the outcome was that they could not recreate the problem. The next morning I received a call from a service rep and was told that he researched the problem and that the gas tank needed to be replaced. I asked if Chrysler took ownership of this problem and was told no¿�. For overall safety I had the tank replaced. ($1200. 00) I also contacted Chrysler corp to relate the engine stall incident so that they would be aware and investigate for safetys sake. Essentially I was told that Chrysler was not aware of any other complaints and they would not accept responsibility for the need to replace the fuel tank. I first experienced an engine stall after a fill up on October 12, 2012. I had the car towed to the Chrysler service center and after checking the car the invoice stated road test vehicle, did not die at stops or while driving, no codes in pcm. Transmission fluid, engine oil full. There was limited driving of the car. My VIN is not covered under the recent extended warranty even though I have the same problem as other car owners. Chrysler needs to accept full ownership before there is a serious accident.

25 Engine Stall problem of the 2006 Chrysler 300C

Failure Date: 07/22/2013

My 2006 Chrysler 300c (hemi 5. 7) will stall at low speeds or when stopped at a traffic light. The car does restart. At higher speeds (e. G,, 60mph), the vehicle will exhibit a sudden loss of power (drop in rpms, followed by a chime sound) as if the engine is about to stall, before reaccelerating again. The stalling/loss of power issue does not occur all the time. Sometimes, the car will operate as long as a day or two without incident. The dealer performed a complete system diagnostic - retrieved code po700 - related to loss of communication with pcm to multiple modules. (they may have been old stored codes. ) then, they cleared the codes, road tested the car, but could not replicate the problem. The dealer returned the car and asked me to monitor it. They indicated that if the issue re-occurs, the vehicle will possibly need a pcm or ignition switch. My impression is that they are guessing at what the issue may be. The day after the car was returned to me, the same sudden stalling/loss of power issues reoccured although the engine diagnostic light has not come on. I will be returning the car to the dealer, even though they have not been able to pinpoint the problem to date. I am very concerned about the sudden stalling and loss of power. This is a very serious safety issue that can result in an accident. I am married with a 9 month old baby.

26 Engine Stall problem of the 2006 Chrysler 300C

Failure Date: 07/15/2013

My husband filled the car with gas and drove it approx. 2 miles to our home. An hour later when I took the car out to go shopping, it hesitated/jerked forward twice as I was making 2 left turns leaving the subdivision. Then the engine stalled and would not restart. After calling my husband, he was able to get the car started. He immediately took the car to the dealership and because there were no warning lights, they said they had no way to diagnose the problem. I felt extremely lucky that I was not on a busy street or in traffic when the car stalled. My husband let me know this morning, that the car has stalled several times after he pulls out of the gas station onto the street, when getting fuel. Now it is nearly every time he fills the tank with gas and he feels it is getting worse. This is a very dangerous situation! many people are complaining about this same issue online. A recall needs to be issued to repair the problem before people are killed when the car stalls in traffic!.

27 Engine Stall problem of the 2006 Chrysler 300C

Failure Date: 07/01/2013

The engine stalled as I was approaching an intersection with a red light and would not start back up. The dealer diagnosed it as valve seat failure with no compression in one cylinder, of which I have found many similar complaints on the internet. They and several other mechanics suggested that the only way to go forward was to completely replace the engine. At 7 years old the car is no longer functional, but the fact that the engine died while I was driving it could have been very dangerous. While gm is recalling cars for stalling, their cause was much more minor and they finally acknowledged it - Chrysler refuses to acknowledge it and I constantly hear from the dealer about how they've never heard of that happening before when even their mechanics acknowledge it happens a lot.

28 Engine Stall problem of the 2006 Chrysler 300C

Failure Date: 05/19/2013

Engine stalled for first time less than 2 miles after fill up at 25 mph on city street. Immediately loss power assist of both steering and brakes. Car weights 4040 lbs and I had a difficult time pulling into a parking lot and getting the car stopped. Car was immediately restarted. No future problems until nearly every refill when it stalls within first few seconds or 2 miles. Car now has 79550 miles. My wife drives this most frequently but I always fill the gas tank. I told her when it stalls, steer straight, put car in neural, restart, and hope you do not have to stop quickly. In NHTSA action number pe13016 Chrysler's [xxx] letter Aug 9, 2013 last page 17 states "if a stall after refuel conditions occurs, the vehicle has functioning steering and brake systems". True but with out power assist on steering and brakes car is very difficult to control. Most women and small men would have difficulty safely stopping car. Chrysler concludes this issue poses and minor risk to vehicle safety. I am a retired mechanical engineer and worked 40 years with power trains and strongly disagree. In this review vehicles 5, 6, and 7 all had problems with swollen refueling floats allowing the floats to stick and not function properly. All three cars were 2006 300c with 5. 7 liter hemi engines the same as mine. . On a11. Page 15, Chrysler acknowledges the vent valves was changed for my 2007. This appears to acknowledge a poor or faulty design in my 2006. Information redacted pursuant to the freedom of information act (foia), 5 u. S. C. 552(b)(6).

29 Engine Stall problem of the 2006 Chrysler 300C

Failure Date: 05/10/2013

Going for a 1000 mile trip from saint cloud FL. To pittsburgh PA. I filled up my gas tank . When I pulled out of the station the engine stalled. It stalled twice again a mile away while I was traveling about 25 mph. On my trip to pittsburgh the car stalled about 5 separate times all after getting the gas tank filled. Most stalls occurred when stopped but at least twice happened while driving. Called Chrysler and got no where. Their suggestion was to take car to a dealer at my own expense. This car has been maintained to a very high standard. Never a scratch , or dents. Always kept covered in garage. It is in immaculate condition. I am shocked about this stalling and Chrysler's reply to my asking for their assistance.

30 Engine Stall problem of the 2006 Chrysler 300C

Failure Date: 05/01/2013

Engine intermittently stalls while either idling or driving. Stalls are increasingly more frequent. Unable to get a diagnosis of problem. Have replaced the pcm but no change in problem occurrence.

31 Engine Stall problem of the 2007 Chrysler 300C

Failure Date: 04/29/2013

Driving on freeway at 68 mph and engine just die with out notice. Also 4 or 5 time engine die after accelerating from 0 to 5-10 mph. Engine jusy stall with out power. I have to put car on park and start the engine again.

32 Engine Stall problem of the 2006 Chrysler 300C

Failure Date: 04/17/2013

The car chime will chime, the engine acts like it wants to stall, losing power for about 3 seconds, then it's fine. I received a sort of recall from Chrysler about the problem, I called the dealership in raynham, MA. , the first week of Feb. , 2015. I was told it would take about 2 weeks for the part. It has now been 9 weeks, and I'm told they are still waiting for 5 orders on this problem. I have had the car stall out, while driving in 35 mph traffic, very dangerous! it doesn't appear to me that Chrysler is taking the letter I received stating they came to agreement with NHTSA to seriously!!!.

33 Engine Stall problem of the 2006 Chrysler 300C

Failure Date: 03/09/2013

Engine stalled and stopped working as coming out of gas station after filling at gas station. Steering went hard and brakes did not work. Warning light (lub oil can) came up. Turned ignition off and on again, engine started but kept stalling for next 5 minutes. - multiple occurrences - all after filling tank. All subsequent occurrences reported to dealer. Dealer kept vehicle for a week trying to 'replicate' the error but reported no findings.

34 Engine Stall problem of the 2006 Chrysler 300C

Failure Date: 02/04/2013

Every time vehicle is filled with gas, engine stalls.

35 Engine Stall problem of the 2006 Chrysler 300C

Failure Date: 01/10/2013

After filling the fuel tank the engine will stall when stopping for a light or when first leaving the light. It will also jerk while driving. This happens until the fuel level goes down. It did not do this when first purchased. Now it happens every time the tank is filled. If the car stalls while driving the steering and brakes become difficult to use. There are many reports online about this same problem. Chrysler does not claim to know anything about this at the dealer. Someone will get hurt or worse if this problem is not addressed. Thank you.

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Sounds like you recently disconnected the battery or let it run dead. Failure to stay running is a real common result. The engine computer has to rebuild everything it had in memory. Most of that occurs without you even noticing, except for "minimum throttle". Until that is relearned, the computer won't know when it must be in control of idle speed. The engine may not even start unless the accelerator pedal is held down 1/4". It will tend to stall at stop signs, and you won't get the nice idle flare-up to 1500 rpm at start-up.

The repair procedure is real involved. Drive at highway speed with the engine warmed up, then coast for at least seven seconds without touching the pedals. That is it.

The MAP sensor measures intake manifold vacuum. That is a factor of engine load. Chrysler is the only manufacturer that has never needed a mass air flow sensor to make their engines run right. Those measure the weight of the incoming air, then the computer calculates the correct amount of fuel to go with it. All the other manufacturers use the MAP sensor to measure barometric pressure, and usually as a back-up strategy when the MAF sensor fails.

MAP sensors are sensitive enough to use to measure engine speed by detecting the very slight increase in vacuum each time a cylinder takes a gulp of air. We do not actually do that, but we could. The original sensors used a piezo-electric crystal, the same thing in a ceramic phonograph cartridge. Applying pressure to a crystal causes it to generate a tiny voltage. Circuitry in the sensor amplifies it to produce the signal voltage. Constant over-filling the gas tank caused fumes to migrate up to the sensor and deteriorate the protective gel, then destroy the sensing element. The clue to a failed sensor was you could keep the engine running, (poorly), if you kept moving the accelerator pedal. Speed or direction did not matter; it just had to be moving.

Later, redesigned sensors use a "strain gauge". That is a very fine, long wire wrapped around a plastic core. Vacuum pulls on a diaphragm that tugs on the wire. Stretching the wire makes it longer and thinner, both of which increase its resistance. The resistance changes are converted to the signal voltage.

These sensors are fed with 5.0 volts and ground. The acceptable range of signal voltage is approximately 0.5 volts to 4.5 volts. Any voltage outside that range will set a diagnostic fault code, "voltage too high" or "voltage too low". When the ignition switch is turned on, the signal voltage will typically be around 4.2 to 4.4 volts. That represents barometric pressure, and is put in memory for that drive cycle. Once the engine starts running, the drop in pressure, (vacuum), results in a signal voltage of around 1.2 volts to maybe 1.5 volts. The exact value is unimportant. The computer will figure out when there is a problem. It can set a fault code for "no change in MAP from start to run", if the vacuum hose is disconnected. It can also set a "MAP pneumatic fault" when the signal voltage does vary but not fast enough. That would be typical of a crushed vacuum hose or with some other restriction that makes vacuum changes show up inside the sensor too slowly. That relates to them being sensitive enough to measure each cylinder's intake pulse.

Since the mid 1990's, Chrysler bolts the MAP sensors right to the throttle body so no vacuum hose is used. That eliminates the possibility of a leaking or restricted hose. The MAP sensor has the biggest say in fuel metering calculations. It sets the starting point, then the computer fine tunes those calculations based on the readings from the other sensors. No temperature sensor can cause a crank/no-start condition. Even the throttle position sensor contributes very little to the fuel calculations. The front oxygen sensors tell the computer that what it wanted to make happen actually happened. The rear oxygen sensors just watch to make sure the catalytic converters are doing their job of cleaning up the exhaust gas.





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On average, the cost for a Chrysler 300 When I slow down and stop the car, engine shuts off Inspection is $95 with $0 for parts and $95 for labor. Prices may vary depending on your location.

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2021 Chrysler 300V6-3.6LService typeWhen I slow down and stop the car, engine shuts off InspectionEstimate$114.99Shop/Dealer Price$124.99 - $132.49
2012 Chrysler 300V8-5.7LService typeWhen I slow down and stop the car, engine shuts off InspectionEstimate$94.99Shop/Dealer Price$105.01 - $112.52
2014 Chrysler 300V6-3.6LService typeWhen I slow down and stop the car, engine shuts off InspectionEstimate$94.99Shop/Dealer Price$105.01 - $112.52
2017 Chrysler 300V8-5.7LService typeWhen I slow down and stop the car, engine shuts off InspectionEstimate$94.99Shop/Dealer Price$104.99 - $112.48
2014 Chrysler 300V8-6.4LService typeWhen I slow down and stop the car, engine shuts off InspectionEstimate$94.99Shop/Dealer Price$105.02 - $112.55
1963 Chrysler 300V8-7.0LService typeWhen I slow down and stop the car, engine shuts off InspectionEstimate$94.99Shop/Dealer Price$105.01 - $112.52
2020 Chrysler 300V8-5.7LService typeWhen I slow down and stop the car, engine shuts off InspectionEstimate$99.99Shop/Dealer Price$109.87 - $117.28
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Your car is designed to run like a well-oiled machine, but sometimes that machine struggles in unexpected places. There’s not always a warning light to alert you of this, but sometimes your car will be driving fine at road speed, only to die when you slow down and stop. If your engine shuts off at low speed, contact a mechanic immediately for a thorough inspection.

Common reasons for this to happen:

  • Malfunctioning transmission: In a car with an automatic transmission, the torque converter takes the place of the manual clutch and is responsible for transmitting power. If the torque converter is broken, or if there is a low fluid level in the transmission, the converter will not do its job, and the car will be unable to maintain power at low speeds, which causes the engine to shut off. A defective TCS or torque converter solenoid can also cause this issue.

  • Low fuel pressure, dirty or defective fuel injectors, or broken fuel pump: The fuel pump is responsible for transferring fuel from the tank to the engine. A malfunctioning fuel pump can result in low fuel pressure, which means that there is an inconsistent stream of fuel to the engine. At high speeds this doesn’t matter as much, but at low speeds a temporary pause in the fuel stream is enough to kill the engine. The fuel injectors are responsible for spraying a measured amount of fuel that is ignited by the spark plugs at the proper time. Injectors can become clogged or dirty over time resulting in erratic spray or no spray at all.

  • Bad oxygen sensor or mass flow sensor: The oxygen sensors and mass flow sensor determine how much oxygen is entering the fuel stream, and helps the vehicle adjust the air-to-fuel ratio. If there is too much or too little oxygen, your vehicle will not have optimal power. Just like with low fuel pressure, the car will continue to operate at driving speeds, but this suboptimal power won’t be able to fuel the vehicle as it slows down.

  • Loose or corroded wires in wiring harness: An inconsistently firing ignition will result in an easily stalled engine. If the wires don’t have consistent, constant, and reliable connection with the ignition circuit, the vehicle can lose voltage quickly, and it won’t have the power it needs to keep running as you slow down.

  • Faulty idle air control actuator: The idle air control actuator controls the engines RPMs when it is idling. This actuator receives information from the electronic control unit (ECU) so it knows at what RPM to keep the engine for a smooth and safe idle. When the actuator malfunctions, the engine gets no signal for idling speed and stops working.

  • Clogged or restricted EGR Valve: If your EGR valve is clogged, dirty, or defective it can cause your car to stall, idle erratically, or sputter, depending on whether it is stuck open or closed.

What to expect:

A top-rated mobile mechanic will come to your home or office to determine the source and cause of the stalling condition, and will then provide a detailed inspection report that includes the scope and cost of the necessary repairs.

How it's done:

The mechanic will likely need to test drive your vehicle to see if the problem can be replicated and will listen to the engine at idle to identify any misses, backfires, or other unusual noises. Next, the mechanic will use a scan tool to access the engine control unit or transmission control computer to find any information on stored codes.

Based on the engine performance, test drive and the diagnostic information, the mechanic will pinpoint where the issue is coming from, and let you know what parts need to be replaced or cleaned. Please be aware that this make take some time as oftentimes multiple items have the ability to cause this issue and the mechanic will often have to disassemble and inspect several parts before he or she can make a proper diagnosis.

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If you notice your vehicle stalling when you slow down and stop, park the car in a safe place and book a mechanic to perform an inspection as soon as possible. It is unsafe to continue driving under this condition and could result in further damage to your vehicle.

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The heated seat feature heats the front seats to help keep you warm. To turn on the heated seats, press the Heated Seats button, and keep pressing this button to change the temperature. When the feature is on, indicator lights...

Car jerking at high temperatures

A lot of people have a misconception about traction control. Traction control is not a system of its own, it has no module no parts no wires. It is actually an agreement if you will between different systems on your...

Check engine running rough

You may have overfilled your engine with oil and the excessive oil started to foul out the engine cylinders. Have the oil level sensor ( checked by having a mechanic diagnose the problem and Check Engine Light ( to see...


Its worth, right now, to think. and he thought. and the member, twitching, began to lift the head in jerks, and after half a minute tensed, and hardened like. A stone. Looking out for Fang, he stood by the fence for a long time, Part 9: Calculation in kind After rinsing with hot water in the bathhouse, and drinking tea with grass, they went to bed and fell asleep at once.

At chrysler 300 idle stalls

They are not serious. And who are you. Rembo.

The first floor has verandas, and the second and third are blank walls. That's right, you can already see the sea from the facade of the second floor windows. They have a beautiful panorama. And for the first - greenery and coolness without any air conditioners.

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Since I had never fucked in a female role and had long wanted to try the rain without hesitation, I sent him my. Photo and received an invitation to come. I arrived at the place, smoked 3 cigarettes in a row on trembling legs and went to the meeting place, I was met by an ordinary man.

Of pre-retirement age, of an ordinary build.

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