Last post on May 20, 2013 at 5:41 PM
You are in the Chrysler 300M
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Chrysler 300M, Engine, Sedan
#25 of 34 Re: 300M Overheating mystery [pitmanoeuvre]
Oct 31, 2012 (12:55 pm)
Hello, I'd like to learn more about getting a copy of the CD and any others for all the Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, Ram, SRT, Fiat, and Mopar lines. What do I need to do to get a hold of these CDs?
#26 of 34 Re: 300M Overheating mystery [will_danner]
Oct 31, 2012 (8:12 pm)
will danner : I can send you a copy on CD , which can be used on any computer that runs the Win XP (or later) operating system. All you have to do is : email me (bhthwhyahoo.ca) the address you want it sent to. To date only 10 people in almost a year have taken advantage of my offer. The cost for me is approx. $3 each , while you will need Adobe Reader , or some kind of PDF file reader to open the files. There are , some , 89 PDF files contained within the Chrysler 300M/Intrepid/Concorde - 2000~2004 Service Technician Manuals I have. The way I look at it is , that this single disk contains over 10,000+ pages , which would be a huge pile if in paper form , that is just sitting around. So... why not share it?
Believe me , you won't find a bigger collection , and not nearly as precise instructions directly from the manufacturer. These manuals sell for $80~$100 each , on each area covered : IE ; engine / wiring / fault codes etc. I have no estimate of their worth , but being authentic Chrysler Service Manuals , it could be worth $1000's.
Just let me know where to send it. No other spam etc. or anything else is involved.
#27 of 34 Re: 300M Overheating mystery [will_danner]
Nov 02, 2012 (11:06 am)
Chrysler Group LLC vehicle service manuals can be ordered through Tech Authority (Web site: http://techauthority.com)
If you need assistance with purchasing a manual, you can call Mopar's Tech Authority at 1-(800)-890-4038.
Chrysler Group LLC
#28 of 34 Re: 300M Overheating mystery [chryslergroup]
Nov 02, 2012 (7:24 pm)
The manuals I am offering are free of charge on CD , mailed FREE. They only cover 2000~2004 300M / Intrepid & Concorde vehicles.
#29 of 34 Re: 300M Overheating mystery [pitmanoeuvre]
Feb 24, 2013 (10:22 am)
My caregiver is having the EXACT same issue with her 99 300M. Could you please send me a copy of the manual? She took her car to SEVERAL mechanics to no avail! Yesterday she took it to Firestone (against my recommendation) and they told her that they aren't sure how/why but, there is air in her coolant system. They have checked EVERYTHING that you've mentioned in your very detailed posts (thank you for that btw) and can not figure it out. They did bleed the system but the air keeps coming back. They've recommended that she take the vehicle to the dealership.
#30 of 34 Re: 300M Overheating mystery [rdelgado1]
Feb 26, 2013 (9:59 am)
When you say that your caregiver's car has been fully checked , to me that means that : the thermostat was changed , the waterpump pressure was confirmed working , all hoses were checked , and the proper YELLOW Chrysler Coolant was replaced. Damage can occur from using the GREEN coolant because it does not contain the proper additives that an all aluminum engine requires. This means that the radiator could be blocked with deposits , where the radiator no longer passes heated fluid temperatures through it's fins to the outside air. If the radiator has alot of buildup inside it's cooling tubes , it becomes a hotbox to the engine , further increasing the engine's temperature as it builds up. The radiator should be fully flushed and inspected to see if there are signs of gross oxidization within it's tubes. The Chrysler Service Manuals specifically refer to the GREEN coolant as : FOR EMERGENCY USE ONLY. And "if" the GREEN coolant is used to top up or fill the system - it must be removed as soon as possible to avoid damaging the entire cooling system. In the case of older vehicles , it is NOT uncommon for radiators to be replaced due to oxidization and just because a radiator is NOT leaking - doesn't mean it's good. The quickest way to simply check a radiator , to see if it's fins are receiving and conducting heat , is to place your bare hand on the bumper side of the radiator while the engine is running or has been running 5~10 minutes. You should feel that the fins themselves are heating up , if NOT , then the radiator is NOT working. If the radiator fins remain cool or cold , the radiator is a BRICK.
If you want a copy of the (10,000+ page) Service Manuals on CD , just send the address where you want it sent to , to : bhthwhyahoo.ca
#31 of 34 Re: 300M Overheating mystery [pitmanoeuvre]
Mar 09, 2013 (2:17 am)
I having same problem with my 300m 1999, can you send me the repair manual in PDF if possible pls? It would help me a lot! Thanks!my email add is michaelbelanogmail.com
#32 of 34 Re: 300M Overheating mystery [pitmanoeuvre]
Apr 30, 2013 (10:36 am)
I can use the Cd. Email me at slmoultriegmail.com
#33 of 34 Re: 300M Overheating mystery [pitmanoeuvre]
May 20, 2013 (11:21 am)
I see you have offered the entire collection of Chrysler Service Technician Manuals , which are over 10,000 pages (on CD only) , for the 2002-2004 300M's / Intrepids and Concorde vehicles - FREE on your Edmund's post.
I am very interested in these as I am starting to need more in-depth instruction on repairs for my 2002 300M. Could you please send me these? Thanks so very much!
#34 of 34 Re: 300M Overheating mystery [littleearl]
May 20, 2013 (5:41 pm)
Due to forum abusers (who will not even refund me any postage) , the only
way to get the CD , is to send $6 to my Paypal address : bhthwhyahoo.ca - so that I can pay the postage (while the CD's contents are still FREE). If you send $6 , be sure to also send me an email at the same email adress , so that I will send the disk to the address you want it to be sent to. The manuals are authentic Chrysler (not altered or reprinted etc. manuals). Worth alot more than $6. I have sent about 60 of these in the last 2 years. It's a no-brainer .