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300c drive train vibration

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Old 05-21-2005, 10:53 AM
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Default 300c drive train vibration

my 2005 300c has had a drive train vibration since new. I had the tires rebalanced with no change. It occurs only at 1750 rpm in overdrive. Has anyone else had this problem??
 
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Old 05-24-2005, 05:35 PM
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Default RE: 300c drive train vibration

no sorry icant help. i dont have that problem or i have actuallly never heard of it.
ace?
 
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Old 05-26-2005, 12:53 AM
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ahh shux thanks for the boost of confidense

anyway what gear do you think its in i know they have a 3rd to 4th gear shudder with the nag1 trans
its got to do with water in the trans they do a complete flush and it should fix it if it is.
other than that i am going to start to inquire on this one.
 
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Old 06-17-2005, 12:37 AM
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HAY, I HAVE AN 05 300C IT TO HAD A VIBRATION, MINE WAS DO TO THE CROSS MEMBER UNDER THE CAR THAT WAS RESTING ON THE EXHUST SYSTEM. I HAD THE DEALERSHIP BEND IT DOWN AND IT WENT AWAY. THE 300C SETS LOWER THAN I THOUGHT AND THE BAR GOT BENT WITHOUT ME KNOWING IT, HAVE SOMEONE OR YOURSELF LOOK AT IT.

LATER
 
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Old 06-23-2005, 12:13 PM
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Default RE: 300c drive train vibration

I had the same issue, dealer stated moisture was getting into the transmission via the fluid fill tube. Problem was corrected, shutter went away, but at 5800 the torque converter and pump failed. Not sure if related but the car has been down 15 days due to unavailable parts.
 
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Old 07-10-2005, 06:11 AM
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Print this out and show your service dept. Free of charge fix:

Reference Number: K72884665

Vehicle Issue: 1700 RPM vibration from exhaust system. Most likely noted at cruise speeds with light throttle application, when MDS (multiple cylinder displacement system) is activating.

Year: 2005

Model: LX - 300, LX - Magnum

Engine: 5.7L HEMI MDS only

System or Component: Group 11 - Exhaust

Symptom: Vibration. Verify that exhaust is mounted and isolated properly, correct as needed. IF all checks lead to no solution it is possible the following will assist:

Repair: A new flex joint has been released to break up the mode. In order to fix the car you will need 2 pipes and 2 spring/nut assemblies (Mopar calls it either a nut or spring, depending on the system. It's the same)

P/N 04581868AH (Muffler, exhaust. Qty - 1)
P/N 04581869AG (Resonator, exhaust. Qty - 1)
P/N 04578363AA (Nut, spring. Qty - 2)
 
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Old 01-07-2008, 09:13 AM
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Zilla,

Thank you very much for this information! I am headed to my Chrysler dealer this morning to show them your information. This issue has bothered me for three years so I hope this resolves my problem.

Thanks again,

Moparman
 
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Old 01-07-2008, 11:53 AM
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what engine do you have.?hemi?moe
 
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