Chrysler 300 Recalls
The anti-lock brake and electronic stability control systems may fail to function as expected due to loss of electrical power as a result of an overheated fuse box.
On certain SRT8 models, the Tire Pressure Monitor System (TPMS) may be calibrated to warn the driver of a low tire when the pressure reaches 22psi instead of the required 24psi.
The hose that carries pressurized power steering fluid to steering components may leak. This could result in reduced steering performance or a fire hazard.
Each front wheel of the car is secured to the vehicle with a spindle nut. On some Chrysler vehicles, the nut was not installed by mistake. If the nut is missing, the wheel could separate from the vehicle and cause an accident.
On 175 vehicles, the tire pressure may not be displayed accurately. Low tire pressure could result in tire damage and cause a crash without warning.
The rear axles are secured with a fastener called a hub nut that is fastened in a special fashion. On some vehicles, this special fastening method was left out, which could allow the axle shaft to separate from the wheel hub. If this happens, you would experience a loss of power and vehicle acceleration.
A problem with the software for the Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS) computer may cause the rear brakes to lock up under certain braking conditions. This could cause a loss of control and possibly a crash without warning.
On limousine conversion models, the parking brake cable can lose tension. The parking brake will not adequately hold the vehicle.
Shifting to neutral and back to drive at speeds over 40 MPH may cause the drive wheels to lock up briefly. If the drive wheels lock, loss of vehicle control could occur, increasing the risk of a crash.