Question about 2006 Chrysler 300
I have looked over the book, the only thing I could find that affects both of these systems is the "Anti-lock brake module". Doesn't look to be to big of a job, however it appears that this will be a dealer purchased part. I do not guarantee that is the problem, if possible you may want to have your local auto parts store hook it up to an OBD2 reader, with electrical systems this should quickly pinpoint the problem. Be aware their are two different types of modules on these cars (one per car), if you decide to purchase this, ensure they give you the correct part.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 12, 2010
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