Magnum: ESP/BAS lights; FM Radio; Antenna; Shifter lock
I agree on the ESP/BAS. New tires, an alignment and a couple of other things (brake adjustment?) in combo or one of the above cured the problem. Funny, those lights are there for a reason. The hang-up was getting the car out of the stall. The shifter locked up and would not come out of park. We finally had to have the car (literally) towed across the street to the dealer. There they immediately diagnosed the problem as a broken safety lock in the shifter. $650+. The reason they knew is because another car (mine's an '05, the other an '07) was in for the same problem. Svc Mgr and other customer advised I call Chrysler even though it was out of warranty. Sure enough, Chrysler agreed to pay for all except a $150 "co-pay." When I looked at the old part - it was totally made of plastic. A shifter, something used several times a day and all plastic. My understanding is the models sold to PDs and other emergency vehicles had already been recalled, but not the strictly passenger cars.
On the FM Radio. I get AM just fine (and I live in S. FL where it gets pretty hot). My FM is covered in static - though you can hear the stations very faintly in the background. To me this sounds like an antenna problem as FM is much more dependent on the antenna than AM. However just the trouble-shooting would be big bux in labor, then (if they could find the problem) add that too. I opted just to use my XM and listen to any games they don't carry on local AM.
Judging by the number of responses to this and similar posts, these are some big problems Chrysler is going to have to face if they continue to use crappy parts. I, too, love my Maggie. Approaching 7 years old with only 83k miles and paid for; I'm hoping to keep it 'til it's a classic. It's an R/T with everything but Nav and if I have to spend a few hundred a year on repairs, I'll keep it - it's still cheaper than payments on a $35,000 car (which it was). Especially since they don't make them anymore and mine is the first year of production, I figure it may appreciate over the years; or fall apart completely ;<)