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Occasionally, my son's Chrysler 300m [1999] won't re-start

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Occasionally, my son's Chrysler 300m [1999] won't re-start after he's driven for a bit, pulls into a store for 10-20 minutes. If he waits for about 5 minutes, it will usually restart. Several sensors have been replaced and it's currently at the Chrysler dealership right now. No codes have been thrown and so far they can't replicate the problem. A few times several months ago, it actually stopped while he was driving, but that hasn't happened since the sensors have been replaced.
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Chrysler
Expert:  SARMIENTO22556 replied 1 year ago.

Hello, I will try my best to help as best I can. Which sensors were replaced? what other work has the vehicle had?

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Cam and Crank Shaft sensors were replaced.
Expert:  SARMIENTO22556 replied 1 year ago.

never had any codes come up ever? replaced the cam and crank sensors because?

I have seen intermittent fuel pump failures on these vehicles. a fuel pressure gauge on the rail to see if you are losing pressure would be a great start.

How often is it happening now?