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G Lewis wrote at 2012-11-04 23:27:05
This problem of both Dodge and Chrysler evap systems is a fleet wide issue.  Roll over valve in tank is causing issues with full or near full tank.  fuel gets in to the canister resulting is stall out.  My 2006 300C started to have the stall problem and the fist time it happened I was in a left turn (blinking yellow) and the engine died with oncoming traffic.  the oncoming car stopped within inches of me and the following car also had to stop short.  This issue is fleet wide and Chrysler has assigned case number K14738841. Geico refused to honor my mechanical brakedown policy protection so I have now had to retain an attorney and go after both Chrysler (product liability) and Geico for Breech of Contract.  It is hard to demonstrate as it is a chronic issue.  Fortunately I have had adult passangers in the car when it stalls.

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