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Asked by Feb 02, 2018 at 05:47 PM about the Chrysler 300

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Use it 2 too 3 times a week no more or 4 times a
week locally and youll have no problems...i run
mine with 93 octaine...valvoline full syn..runs like
new...knocking in the back is rare diff fluid it uses
full syn aswell as transmission...coolant flush
normally... it might still drink oil but if you change
the pcv valve that will solve your problem only cost
10 bucks...also stalling and car cutting off in traffic
trt changing the egr valve dont clean it buy a new
one...recommend going to pep boys price is right
but they also have experts and use computers like
the dealer but without the heavy bill

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