Question about 2007 Chrysler 300c AWD Sedan New Cars
More than likely you caked up a wheel speed sensor (or several of them) with snow, ice, mud, etc. An improper or no reading at even one wheel can cause all of these symptoms at once.
You could wash the vehicle well then put it in a heated garage and see if that helps.
Otherwise some disassembly and cleaning may be needed or you could have a wet, shorted or bad sensor harness. A dealer can connect a diagnostic device which will indicate which wheel(s) are not sending a proper signal.
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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