Problem Description and Possible Solution
Carbon buildup on the valves may illuminate the Check Engine Light, indicating "Multiple Cylinder Misfires." The combustion chamber must be cleaned of carbon. There are updated valve spring retainers that will help prevent a recurrence.
Average mileage: 93,073 (29,000–200,000)
Engines affected: 2.7L V6, 3.5L V6, 5.7L V8 HEMI, V8
49 people reported this problem
Hi i'm having the same issue with my 2006 chrysler 300 3.5L, I've had it into the shop 4 times due to check engine light on and when i come to stop or get off a exit on the highway it will just die on me. then it starts up again, the last time in came on it was flashing and took it to the dealer they pulled the code which is p0300 which is a multiple misfire however they cant figure out which one is misfiring, they've reset the computer and flashed it due to the TSB on this vehicle and they have cleaned the fuel injectors and i'm still having the same issue. the dealer has had the vehicle for 1.5 weeks and still cant get the problem to duplicate. i'm confused... any advice for me as to whats going on what would cause this, please help me....
same exact issues, shakes,stalls, car shuts down,...yep like everyone else talks about. & Off course right after its paid off :(
Check engine light came on during a 1400 mile road trip. Code says EGR valve. Haven't repaired it yet. I have noticed some hesitation and light bucking at very low speeds. Gas mileage also has been effected. Started using Shell 93 octane and I see a big difference. Light still on though. Will replace EGR this week. Hope that's the real reason for the light being on. Otherwise the car runs perfect. Now at 93000 miles.