Question about 2006 Chrysler 300
A loud blowing noise is not caused by failing to timely get an oil change, if the oil is gone you will get a loud metal on metal sound followed by a clunk of the engine freezing up. The oil pressure light would have been on solid for a while first. If it sounds like a vacuum cleaner, could be a plugged catalytic converter, if not could be a power steering pump low on fluid. I think you are hearing a fan which does not kick off by itself. On a car that new something has failed. I would get the warranty papers out of the glovebox, examine them and take this to a dealer ASAP.
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
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