Maintaining Your New Mid Rivers Chrysler 300

Your new  Mid Rivers Chrysler 300, is a classic sedan that sits firmly in the large segment category. Precision built, it's an automobile designed for years and years of driving pleasure. But in order to achieve that longevity and service, it requires proper care and feeding to remain in top shape. Think of it as defensive care. The first line of that defense is in the Mid Rivers Chrysler 300 owner's manual.  In it, you'll find a complete list of service schedules based on mileage and time but when in doubt, the service experts at Mid Rivers Chrysler Jeep Ram and Dodge are only a phone call away.
Brake Rotors and Pads: Brake Rotors and Pads are the ingredients necessary to provide optimal stopping power for your new Mid Rivers Chrysler 300. One of the most important parts of the Chrysler 300's safety kit, they are considered expendables that will last as long or as short as

your driving style is passive or aggressive. As we learned in Drivers' Ed, the softer you come to a stop, the longer your brakes last. But just in case that doesn't work out so well, we have all the brake parts you could possibly want. Periodic checks of the brake pads, which coincide with your 300's oil changes will insure that you are always on top of the situation. For more information on your braking system, consult your Mid Rivers Chrysler 300 Owner's Manual or your local service advisor.

Transmission Fluid change: Being a totally sealed unit, there is very little to go wrong. The Chrysler 300 Owner's Manual recommends changing the transmission fluid at 100,000 miles. If you subject your Chrysler 300 to high-speed, high-stress activity, the company recommends changing it at the 60,000 mile range, or every 50,000 miles if equipped with All-Wheel-Drive. Keeping on top of it this way will ensure that you will enjoy miles and miles of trouble-free driving. For more information check you're your Chrysler 300 owner's manual and your Mid Rivers Chrysler service advisor.

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Engine Air Filters: Whether your Chrysler 300, is equipped with a Hemi V8 or the 3.6-liter Pentastar V6, both require fresh air to perform efficiently. That's where its Mopar-Approved air filter comes in. Designed for trapping particles and debris, it also functions to allow the engine to breathe freely. As it fills up, it becomes less efficient in the process. Your Owner's
Manual suggests changing it out every 30,000 miles. Your Mid Rivers Chrysler service advisor will inspect and advise you to as to the remaining lifespan of your air filter. If it's time for a change, rest assured your Mid Rivers CDJR Parts Department will have the air filter you need.

Oil, Filters and More: Your Mid Rivers Chrysler 300's engine is a precision-built power plant that will provide years of reliable service. Optimized for fresh synthetic or conventional motor oils, it should be looked after carefully. An Oil Change Indicator System light will appear on your dashboard to let you know you should change your oil within the next 500 miles. Your Chrysler 300 Owner's Manual or your Mid Rivers CDJR Service Advisor will be able to offer more information.

Wipe Out! If your windshield isn't clean, you are likely stuck in place. Not literally, but most likely you would not move forward without cleaning the windshield first. And that comes with a set of fresh, clean wiper blades. A necessity, especially in rainy or snowy regions, they quickly brush water and snow out of the way…unless they are worn out and beyond their useful lifespan. Are the wipers making noises? Squeaking as it wipes across? Leaving water or smudges in place instead of clearing them away? That's a clear sign they are done with. A Napleton Pro tip: If they leave spots and streaks on the windshield, it's time to replace them. Your Mid Rivers Chrysler Dodge Jeep and Ram Service department stocks a full lineup of Mopar Wiper Blades made specifically for your new Chrysler 300.


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Tire Rotation: Tire Rotation on your new Chrysler 300 is the perfect way to get the longest possible life out of a set of tires. Excessive wear and tear on just the front tires alone is one giveaway that should be rotated immediately. Using the "Abe Lincoln Penny test" will show whether time's up for your tires. Simply insert a Lincoln Penny head first into the tire's tread. If you can see the top of Honest Abe's head, it's clearly time for a change of tires. Anything else that covers part of Lincoln's head means there's still life in that set of tires.  Your Mid Rivers CDJR service advisors suggest tire rotation at the same time you have your oil changed for even wear at all four corners of your Mid Rivers Chrysler 300. Again, the rule of thumb is that tires should be rotated every time the vehicle is in for an oil change, and always before an all-wheel-alignment.

Other Fluids: Don't you hate going for the windshield washer button only to find there's no more fluid? Us too. That's why we like to have our service advisor at Mid River's CDJR Service department periodically check the fluids, especially right before we are ready for a cross-country road trip. The Mid Rivers CDJR Service Department is fully prepared to service all your fluid needs from Transmission Fluid to Coolant to Brake Fluid, Wiper Fluid, Steering fluid and any others that may be necessary for the complete and safe operation of your Chrysler 300. Even if you are between scheduled oil change periods, your Mid Rivers service department is ready to top off all fluids when necessary. Call up for more information today.

Old Sparky: Spark plugs are some of the longest-lasting parts used on your vehicle, but from time to time, even they occasionally need replacing. They are responsible for putting the combustion into your 300's internal combustion engine. Your Chrysler 300 owners' manual says to change them every 100,000 miles. Your Mid Rivers Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram service department agrees!

Getting Straight: Does your Mid Rivers Chrysler 300 pull to the right or the left even though you intend for it to go straight? That's a sign that your vehicle needs to have its tires aligned. With proper inflation and alignment, your 300 will steer straight ahead when properly aligned, giving you the longest life possible. Speed bumps and potholes do your tires no favors, and it's quite possible that even a casual encounter with either can throw their alignment off. Your Mid Rivers CDJR service advisor can suggest a proper interval for the service. A Napleton Pro Tip: Before getting a proper alignment, always balance and rotate your tires in an effort to maintain even tire wear at all around your new Mid Rivers Chrysler 300.

As always, the owner's manual from your Mid Rivers Chrysler 300 offers more information on the operation and service schedule of your new Chrysler vehicle. Additionally, the service department and advisors at Mid Rivers CDJR are eager to offer you professional service that will keep your new Chrysler product running and feeling like new. Call for more information today.

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