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There has been a great deal of attention paid to this issue here on the forum lately and Chrysler, although acknowledging its existance, says that it is normal. It was suggested that a poll be taken to gauge just how widely this design/mechanical defect is being experienced. My opinion is that just because a large proportion of cars experience a phenomenon such as this doesn't make it, by default, normal. It just means that Chrysler produced a lot of cars with a problem. Well, lets see how many 300C's are affected...