Question about 2005 Chrysler 300
It is possible that your alternator gave out ...
Can you start your car ?
Take a multi-meter and check the voltage of your battery.
(when the car is turned off, it should read anywhere from 12.0V - 12.4V .... anything lower then 12V ... you need a new battery .. as it is not keeping its charge)
(when the car is on, it should read minimum 13.5V , up to 14.4V ... anything lower then 13.5V, you need a new alternator)
Hope this helps. .
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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