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sounds like a short or loosening wire somewhere - have any "after- market" accessories been added ??? new stereo or amp ?? check these item and there wiring if so. It could also be the ignition switch itself......unfortunately - you may have to wait for a permanent failure to find the cause
It may be the plastic pieces that are connected to the shifter, they have been known to break easily and render the shifter stuck in place. To check this part, you must remove the center console pieces and when you get to the shifter you will see two pink pieces of plastic, if one of these pieces are broken removing it will let the shifter move, but it will slide easily of course so be careful. The part is inexpensive from the dealer and easy to replace. If you need assistance removing the console without breaking or snapping your panels, get a service manual from Promanuals.net, here is link to your 2005 Chrysler 300. It will give you easy step by step instructions on removing and replacing.
Using a test light check to see if there is power to the wire at the plug where the bulb is for the blinker. if so the socket is bad. if not check to see if the light assembly is working for ex. the parking lights or the brake light ect If those lights dont work then check the fuse for the right rear tail light. Hope this helps.