300C Looks great it's the bad ass gangster car with the V8 HEMI

Asked by Oct 29, 2014 at 10:05 AM about the 2006 Chrysler 300 C

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Everything else about it is real iffy. Real IFFY. The electrical system is fouled up. It
stalls for no reason then drives fine for long trips. There is SMOKE coming from the
new engine I got installed. The DAMN tpm sensor keeps coming on and I know the
new tire sensor I put in is being blamed by the computer--- far as I can tell----- I hate all
these modules in my car cause they cause all the problems- had them all reset and it's
a cluster foul. I have had a limited edition avalon 1999- was a sweet ride till some
beaner ran into me totally the car- I have shelled out so much money on this new ride I
could throw up blood and vomit too. I love the car but I hate the mechanics of it. I
have put so much damn money into the damn thing that I may as well see it through.
Can you tell I'm frustrated...

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this is common knowledge- I think now that Fiat owns Chrysler the quality is better- what you can do is reconcile your love of faulty machines with the TRUTH- "I love the car but I hate the mechanics of it"- the car is a machine- you can not change the engineering, but you CAN change your mind- and embrace the truth- it would cost less- unless you have money to burn- buy a better engineered car- of course, you have to figure out what that might be-

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