27th Aug 2008, 12:16


I am having problems with my TPM (Tire Pressure Monitor) light, it keeps coming on and it won't go off after 9 times at the dealership. How did you rectify your issues? Did you get compensated? Please advise. Thx.


19th Feb 2009, 10:22

I have a 300C I purchased in Sept. 2007, so it is about 16 months old, only 9k miles but it has been on a 3000 mile round trip to the mid-west. No Problems what so ever, I did however get the low tire pressure alarm, when the temperture dropped below freezing, I am switching to Nitrogen, which has a less of a press/temp change.

I think the car is great, better ride than my friends Lexus, Jaguar, Lincoln etc.

4th Sep 2009, 07:09


I bought a brand new Chrysler 300 in Aug of 2007 with just 2 miles on it, and it now has 116,000 miles without any problems, no issues whatsoever. I live in Phoenix, az and drove the car almost all over the county, and 2 trips to Calgary, ab Canada in the winter times, and around 6 trips to Mexico.

I gotta tell ya, it's all about how you take care of the car, regular maintenance and you are good forever. I drive around 300 miles a day in the valley, and I can count on my car.

This is my 3rd Chrysler product without any issues, and looking forward to buying more Chrysler products in the future as long as it stays the way it is, and Fiat don't put in any of their parts, I am good.

14th Dec 2009, 04:14

The TPMS valves in the rim are a known problem. Something to do with different metals coming in contact.

Anyway they leak air when this happens. Replacement is only postponement, as the new one will do the same trick.

Although the rims will take the standard rubber trouble free valve, and if you replace them with such, you have to remove the OEM valve/sensor/sender. Of course then you will be having a permanent display on your screen telling you the tyres are flat, plus a really annoying chime every 10 minutes to tell you the same.

Sebrings/ Avengers's are subject to a recall for TPMS. The 300's should be too.

Technology is great, but only if it works reliably.

20th Mar 2010, 16:06

TPMS valves are a common problem and are a warranty issue, as are the alloys, which will last about 12 months road use at the most, then the corrosion is clearly visible.