I did the diagnostic key dance and got code 2173, which is not even listed anywhere. Turning the car off must reset some of the computers and restores communications between them. That the car could not be fixed. Upon stalling, the car brakes are the only option of controlling the vehicle. Also check that your emergincy brake is fully released. Had it to dealer to look at. Code scanners may be purchased at most auto parts retailers and often borrowed or rented from some of the more… depending on the car, it can mean a couple of things.
The contact stated that the air bag warning light illuminated. The no start may not be related to the electronic throttle control system. While driving 35 mph, the contact crashed into another vehicle on the front passenger side of the vehicle. I'm crying in my beer. The alternator was chkd also and I was told it was ok too. The contact spoke with the manufacturer who advised the contact it was his responsibility to have the vehicle diagnosed and repaired. The contact stated that the manufacturer exceeded a reasonable amount of time for the recall repair.
I was several miles from the dealership in the city, so at every intersection, I would restart it to get through the traffic and of course it would flash again. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic for diagnosis. Consumers keep an eye out and see if they just blow me off. While the lights are flickering, I then flip the lights off. Then I shift into Neutral, and rev the engine. Look for broken, bent, pushed out or corroded terminals.
The speed at time of incident was 30-35 mph. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure or issue. But yours might just need the battery changed out. While driving my 2005 Chrysler 300 the throttle body control light on the dash comes on. First time also Chrysler owner of a 300C and it's a great car! Bring the wheels back to center or straight , then turn off your car. Look for broken, bent, pushed out or corroded terminals. They told me it was an electrical component and would be covered under my supplemental warranty.
The car is stumbling, barely idling. Look for broken, bent, pushed out or corroded terminals. It is warning you that you have lower or less than recommended amounts of air in the tires. I got this link after researching this problem on the 300cforums. After much research online I found an old thread posted on this website from google.
After this, I'll never own a Chrysler and everyone of my customers have heard my complaints when they come into and see that I'm at work and still have no car. They've had the car for the last 8 hours and it hasn't done it again!!!!! The contact attempted to apply the emergency brake; however, it failed. I also have noticed the car cranks a little slower at these temps so I am wondering if it is battery or charging system related although I believe it may have happened before I replaced the battery a few years back. While driving at various speeds, the vehicle decelerated and the check engine and parking assistance warning indicators illuminated. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure or issue. If I am stopped for some reason, the lights seems to never flash. Immediately after the electronic throttle warning light illuminated.
The contact informed the dealer; however, the vehicle had not been diagnosed. See video below i had this issue happen before but it hasnt happened in a long time. The contact stated that while driving at various speeds, the air bag warning light illuminated. My mechanic thought it might be residue from the gas tank given the vehicle age or an air bubble because I let the tank get to ~ 2 gallons. As I left the parking space the vehicle was making a very loud noise as if the engine were going to fall out. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired.
A few days later light came on again, ok now I'm pissed I'm thinking these people are ripping me off or just don't know what the hell they are doing. I was researching this on another forum for you and some people said there was a problem with the car not recognizing the spare key and having to go back to the dealer and get it programmed. Check fluid level first; if it is low, refill it and test the brakes again. Your Auto Dealer Nothing can keep you from feeling powerful in your 2018 Chrysler 2018 now that you know exactly what your lights mean. The failure recurred numerous times. Did anyone every figure out this problem? Had it diagnosed O2 sensor was replaced 3 miles later and more dying out check eng light is on again.
Most times it re-starts fine, but once it ran like it was at half power, bucking, etc. I have an 05 300 and have been having this problem for a little over a year. The vehicle was repaired by cleaning my throttle body. The vehicle was taken to the dealer. Thank you for using Fixya! After driving by the dealership on my way to work for two weeks and looking at my car sit I was furious.
I have a 2005 300 Limited and I replaced the batteries in both of my key fobs about 8 months ago. It is possible to do it yourself,but the cost of guesswork purchases of sensors and components can be way above letting the garage do it. They are the worst people to deal with. The accelerator pedal floored automatically without any contact. How do I know which one is causing the problem? The contact made another attempt; however, the failure recurred. Be sure the parking brake pedal if it is a push one is all the way up.