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The Chrysler 200, a mid-size sedan and convertible, was manufactured and marketed by Chrysler from 2011 to 2016. Assembled in Sterling Heights, Michigan, the vehicle had a production span split into two periods, with 2014 marking a significant milestone. The Chrysler 200 underwent several upgrades during its production, enhancing the driving experience with its classic components. Engine choices included a standard 2.4 L four-cylinder and a more powerful 3.6 L V6, which propelled the sedan from 0-60 mph in just 6.9 seconds. Notably, the second-generation Chrysler 200 incorporated a 9-speed 948TE automatic transmission, with front-wheel drive as standard and optional all-wheel drive with the V6 engine. The vehicle's interior boasted four trim levels initially: LX, Limited, S, and premium C. However, in 2016, new trims - Touring, Limited Platinum, and 200C Platinum - were introduced. The base LX model provided standard features like air-conditioning, cloth upholstery, full power accessories, and cruise control, while the Limited version included leather upholstery, heated front seats, remote ignition, Bluetooth, and a premium sound system. Known for its luxury features, high performance, innovative technology, and comfortable interior, the Chrysler 200 stood out among mid-size sedans, fulfilling the expectations of many drivers.

While Chrysler 200 offers impressive fuel economy, ample interior space, and a reputation for reliability, it's important to be aware of some common problems, particularly given its less smooth 9-speed automatic operation. The most serious issue reported on pertains to engine failure, which typically starts with distracting noises, worsened fuel economy, and overheating around 17,000 miles, culminating in the engine stalling or dying while driving. If you notice an activated Check Engine Light or power loss during acceleration, inspect your radiator hose, intake manifold gasket, engine control module, exhaust manifold gasket, and rod bearing. Suspension and braking failures are also common, signaled by noises, uneven tire wear, a tilting vehicle, intense vibration, a loose steering wheel, and poor handling, which may suggest a need to replace your drive shaft, control arm, and sway bar bushing. Keep an eye on your brake line, ABS control module, and parking brake cable for potential braking issues. Regular maintenance, especially of frequently used electrical parts like the oxygen sensor, A/C switch, power window switch, instrument cluster, window regulator, and cruise control switch, along with wiper arm, windshield wiper, headlight, fog light, and antenna, can help keep your Chrysler 200 in top shape for safe and comfortable driving.

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Chrysler 200 Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How to Remove the Blower Motor Assembly and Blower Motor Resistor in a Chrysler 200?
    A: Disconnect the negative battery cable. Remove the insulation panel and unlock the connector. Remove the 3 mounting screws and disconnect the wire harness. For models with ATC, disconnect the electrical connectors for the blower motor power module. Remove the mounting fasteners from the blower and power module. Disconnect the electrical connectors from the blower motor resistor and remove the mounting fasteners.
  • Q: How to Remove and Replace the Throttle Body on Chrysler 200?
    A: Disconnect the negative battery cable from the remote ground terminal or battery. Remove the engine cover. Detach the air intake duct or resonator, as applicable, from the throttle body. Disconnect the throttle body electrical connector. If equipped, remove the throttle body support bracket. Remove the throttle body mounting fasteners and detach the throttle body from the upper intake manifold. Remove the throttle body gasket and inspect it for cracks, tears, and deterioration. If it isn't in perfect condition, replace it. Make sure that the gasket mating surfaces of the throttle body and the intake manifold are clean. Installation is the reverse of removal. Tighten the throttle body bolts to the torque.
  • Q: How to Remove a Coolant Reservoir?
    A: Place a drain pan and disconnect the reservoir hose from the radiator outlet. For a pressurized reservoir, drain the cooling system and save the coolant. Remove the power steering reservoir screw and disconnect the return hose. Remove the mounting bolts and disconnect the hose(s). Lift the reservoir straight up and out. Clean the reservoir and check for damage. Replace if necessary. Fill the reservoir with the appropriate coolant.