What problems can be expected at 100K miles?


Asked by Jan 04, 2012 at 08:23 PM about the 2002 Chrysler 300M Special

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Can we expect suspension repair necessary after 100K miles?

2 Answers


Their might be some loose bushings, or the struts might be getting a little worn, but usually there are no big problems to expect.


Thank you for your response. This has been a very reliable car. A glitch in the tranny and A/c while still under warranty but otherwise perfect. It has been maintained at 3000K mile intervals. I have wondered about the struts recently because it seems more inclined to follow cracks in the pavement. I would like to give Chrysler crediit for such a good car, but I think Daimler may have had more to do with that. Bill Madden

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