Chrysler 200 Engine Stalls
If you own a Chrysler 200 there’s a good chance your engine will stall without any sort of warning lights or error code. Why is the dangerous problem still happening despite an investigation and recall?…
Oil Sludge in Chrysler's 2.7L Engine
The 2.7L DaimlerChrysler engine is highly suceptible to oil sludge, a sticky hell stew that coats the inside of your engine. The sludge retains heat and starts putting severe strain on the mechanical parts of your engine. This all spells di…
Where Engine Complaints Happen
Sometimes it helps just to tally up the complaints and see where the biggest stacks are. Use this information to learn about troublespots or to run for the hills.
- 2001 Sebring oil sludge resulting in engine failure 115 (100%)
- 2002 Sebring oil sludge resulting in engine failure 114 (99%)
- 2015 200 engine stalls/shuts off while driving 79 (69%)
- 2010 Town & Country engine stalls/shuts down while driving 62 (54%)
- 2011 200 engine dies while driving 60 (52%)
- 2004 Sebring oil sludge resulting in engine failure 45 (39%)
- 2006 300C engine stalls/shuts off while driving 45 (39%)
Chrysler is being sued for excessive oil consumption in the 2.4L Tigershark engine.
The plaintiffs allege the engine has a piston ring design defect that allows oil to seep into the combustion chamber.
Owners report their engines consuming a quart of oil every 1,000 miles even though the manual says the oil should be changed at 4,000 miles and that severe operating conditions can cause the change oil message to illuminate as early as 3,500 miles.
The engine can be found in the 2015 and 2016 Chrysler 200.