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2001 Chrysler 300M Overview
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Based on 8 reviews
Chrysler added several new features and options to the full size 300M. Steering wheel audio control were now standard equipment. The rear end of the sedan was redesigned, now including clear lens taillights and dual chrome exhaust. New 17-inches wheel and and aluminum window trim added to the exterior look, and additional interior and exterior colors became available. The 300M was now offered with a luxury group package which included real wood trim and auto-dimming mirrors.
The 300M would house the same engine throughout its life: a 3.5 liter V-6, which was built specifically for use in the LH platform sedans like the 300 and the Intrepid. The engined was paired with a for speed automatic transmission, but Chrysler offered the AutoStick for that surrogate manual feel. The 253 horses powered the 300M from 0 to 60 mph in 7.8 seconds.
Many of the reliability concerns attached to the earlier model now seemed to be diminishing. However, build quality was still an issue. Many of the repairs were directed to small inconveniences like power failures and temperamental electronics. Most of these problems were reports by drivers who had crossed the 50,000 mile mark.
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Chrysler 300M Questions
How Do I Dis-arm The Factory Security System On A 2001 300m?
car starts and shuts off,,,, red security light is on
Coolent Recovery Tank Has An Opean Whole In Top Back Part. Why/
CAN NOT MAKE A PREASSURE CHECK ON COOLING SYSTEM BECAUSE AIR COMES OUT OF THE WHOLE ON TOP BACKSIDE OF RESIVORE AT A BOSS?
Why Does My 2001 Chrysler 300m Rev On Its Own And Then Show The Engine Oil ...
2001 Chrysler 300 Climate Control Temp Setting Works Backward.
I have to set to 88 to get AC to work and to 60 to get heater to work? works good when it works, sometimes it just blows air. Should I replace the module in the dash?