Q:

How do you make a car payment to Chrysler Financial?

A:

Chrysler Financial offers its customers the ability to pay bills each month via an automatic deduction from a bank account. Customers can pay each month's bill this way, except for the final payment. Chrysler Financial mails customers a statement for the final payment.

  1. Create an auto-pay plan

    To set up an automatic payment plan with Chrysler Financial, go to ChryslerCapital.com and click on Pay with Auto Pay.

  2. Locate the auto pay enrollment form and authorization agreement

    Click on Complete the Auto Pay Enrollment Form and print the form. To print the form, click on File, which you can find along the top menu bar, and then click on Print.

  3. Fill out the auto pay enrollment form and authorization agreement

    Complete the form by providing the requested information, which includes the routing number of your bank and your checking account number. You and your cosigner, if you have one, must also sign the form.

  4. Send the auto pay enrollment form and authorization agreement to Chrysler Financial

    Mail or fax the completed auto pay enrollment form and authorization agreement to Chrysler Financial. You must also include a voided check.

  5. Continue making payments until auto-pay is set up

    You can pay your bill by phone, online, by mail or by Western Union, until Chrysler Financial completes the auto-pay enrollment process. Expect the process to take between five and seven days.

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