I just bought this 2006 Chrysler 300C a few weeks ago and I notice that anywhere from 1000x RPM to 1500RPM it seems like its missing a beat but then once it gets up to 2000+ RPMS it seems fine. Could this be a loose plug, or maybe dirty air filter? I don't really know much about vehicles. And I had it inspected before I bought it and they said everything was good.
Also, I'm getting a front "Eyebrow" tint on my car. I have 35% all around right now. what do you guys suggest is the best size / tint for a Eyebrow tint.
Could be the mds.. how do you tell if its kicking on or off? And when it got inspected, they said there was a code but they didn't think it was a big threat, could be from changing the wind shield or battery. As for the eyebrow, I was asking more so what would look good.. I want it to look like its suppose to be there, not cover 20% of my window, if you know what I mean.
Need the number of the code ,Now when you say 1000 to 1500 rpm is the car moving or idol? you wan't mds to kick in when you traviling down the highway ,also try putting it in auto stick mds will not kick in while in autostick,and sorry about the tint ,miss read the question ..i have no opinion on that, as i have never had a vehical with it .
Like when I'm driving around town, accelerating n de-accelerating when it goes from 1000 to 1500 range it feels like it's hopping then 2,000 it's good. And if I try n keep it in the 1000 to 1500 just to see what it does it just jolts while ur coasting. What exactly do you mean by auto stick?
Auto stick ..is the manual portion of your automatic transmition...look at your shifter when in drive push it to the left and then look at your evic.you will notice you went from D to 5 and the more you pull to the left the lower the number and if you push it to the right the numbers go up and if you hold it to the right it will go back to D or you can put the car in park and then back to drive to reset the shifter,Now go drive your car and put it in auto stick and see if it still does it if it does it is not mds.its something else and then we need the code to help you further . go to autozone or who ever your favorite auto center is and see if they will scan your car for you ,most will do it for free and get the code from them they will probubly even tell you what it means and what part it is.
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