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Chrysler 300 Light Resets

If you are looking for information on how to reset dashboard lights in the Chrysler 300 then you have come to the right place.

On this page you can find guides that cover model years 2005 through to 2023 and 3 different types of lights that can be reset.

TPMS Warning Icon Tire Pressure Monitoring

If your Chrysler 300 has a tire pressure monitoring system fitted then you may find the warning light appearing on the dashboard.

Once the tire pressures have been adjusted to the correct PSI the light may stay on anyway.

To turn it off you will need to perform a few easy tasks in order to reset it.

These instructions will vary year to year in the Chrysler 300, so to get started choose your appropriate year from the list below:

Oil Maintenance Warning Icon Oil Maintenance

At some point your Chrysler 300 will request that you change the oil using a prompt on the display in the dashboard.

You or a trained mechanic will want to flush the oil out of the system and replace it with new liquid which may not lead to the light switching off automatically.

To manually reset the oil maintenance warning in the Chrysler 300 you can follow the guides linked to below, first choose the relevant model year:

ABS Warning Icon ABS Warning

The ABS in your Chrysler 300 could fail for a variety of reasons, some of which you can easily fix yourself.

Even if you do fix the ABS issue you may still find that the warning light is still present on your dashboard.

To switch it back off again you can use the following guides, broken down into seperate model years:

Chrysler 300

Chrysler 300 Image

The Chrysler 300 is a full-size luxury car that the American car manufacturer has produced since 2005.

Since its release, there have been the LX and LD models, which represent the first and second generations respectively. The LD version made its debut in 2011. These versions sit atop their own unique platforms, respective to each iteration.

Both generations featured a 4-door sedan layout, but the first generation also offered a station wagon variant until 2010.

The inception of the model was intended to carry on Chrysler’s long-standing tradition of a luxury car with front-mounted large engines driving the rear wheels.

Similar competitors in the class include the Dodge Charger, Mercedes-Benz E-Class, Audi A4, and Hyundai Genesis.

Chrysler released a number of various trim levels for the 300 model, including the typical Base, Touring, and Limited. In addition to these, there is also the 300C, SRT-8, and SRT Design. All of these represent high-performance versions with powerfully tuned V8s.

Despite paying tribute to the Chrysler’s V8 heritage, engine options did not consist solely of V8s. both generations featured two smaller 3.0 L and 3.6 L V6 engines. Chrysler even offered a turbocharged 3.0 L diesel V6 for both models.

In terms of the V8 heritage, both generations featured 5.7 L Hemi V8s, as well as V8s in excess of 6 liters, depending on the trim level chosen.

Stellantis announced that 2023 would be the final production year for the model, ending its almost two decades on the market. This was credited to slow sales for model, as well as the ever-growing trend for most car manufacturers looking toward the electric vehicle market and ditching the large internal combustion engines.