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#184 of 621 Accelerator Pedal Sticking
Jan 21, 2005 (12:17 pm)
2001 Chrysler 300M w/ 78,000 miles
Here's the problem; this has shown up mainly since the weather has gotten colder. When cold starting and attempting to back out of a parking space, when the car is placed in reverse the accelerator pedal cannot be depressed. If its put back in Park and the pedal => forced <= down, it will free up and you can return to reverse and drive/back normally. This has happened a few times now. I've searched TSBs and don't find anything similar. Anyone else experience this or know what the problem might be. It will go to the dealer, but would like to be informed.
Jan 21, 2005 (5:37 pm)
Never heard of your issue in 6 years on this board. Doesn't sound like just a lube problem. Must be something really messed up in there. Let us know what the resolution to the problem is.
#186 of 621 Re: Accelerator Pedal Sticking [jchambers]
Jan 25, 2005 (10:56 am)
You've got ice forming in the line that holds the accelerator cable. With the engine off, squirt some WD40 in it from the engine end and work the accelerator several times. Do it after you've driven the car for a little while, but after the engine has cooled down a little bit and before the cable has time to freeze again.
#187 of 621 Autostick problem
Jan 26, 2005 (1:01 pm)
I have a 2000 300M, the shift lever seems to be off a little to the right so that the Autostick downshift move to the left travels very slightly. It works, but I wondered if anyone has experienced anything like this before. Dealer or tire shops haven't mentioned anything out of line during alignments or other checkups.
#188 of 621 Autostick problem - revised
Jan 26, 2005 (1:11 pm)
Not off to the right, I should have said to the left!!!
#189 of 621 Hellooo,anyone there? Wiper problems and its gonna Rain :)
Feb 02, 2005 (6:13 pm)
Anyone Have any ideal why My wiper's on My 99 300M won't come on? checked all the fuses,all showed good.Still The motor doesnt even make a sound nor does the wiper fluid come out( yes there is fluid in there).Does it sound like a motor/pump or Electronic problem?Something I should check other than the fuses,before I have to take it in? Any help would be helpful,Its gonna Rain!*smile* Thanks
#190 of 621 Re: Hellooo,anyone there? Wiper problems and its gonna Rain :) [ms.lisa-ky]
Feb 03, 2005 (2:12 pm)
My 2000 service manual says check fuse #5, check PDC (power distribution center) fuse "M", on/off relay, loose-bent-corroded wires/connectors, motor,stripped gears in motor,seized motor bearings, BCM (Body Control Module) bad.
Nothing complicated, just have to follow the troubleshooting tips.
PDC fuse is under the hood on the left side in the PDC (which has a rectangular top). It is a 40 amp fuse.
Manuals help!!!!! Good Luck.
Feb 03, 2005 (5:29 pm)
I just had my intermittent wiper control not working correctly so they changed a module in it for a couple of hundred, covered by an extended warranty. I will post the part tomorrow, I have the number at work. Maybe your module has failed. By the way the change for me did not completely solve the problem. It is a little better but not the way it normally was. I'll take it back for the next service and see if anything else would be worth trying. I just figured the rotating control on the turn stalk had worn out after 6+ years, but they didn't try to change that. What do I know?
#192 of 621 Re: muttray (center speaker) [funroads]
Feb 04, 2005 (10:16 pm)
How do I remove the center dash speaker in my chrysler 300m which is blown? What type of speaker will i be able to replace it with. Will i need any special tool for this job.
#193 of 621 Re: muttray (center speaker) [buish]
Feb 04, 2005 (10:20 pm)