Last post on Oct 18, 2006 at 8:35 AM
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Chrysler Sebring, Convertible, Sedan
#383 of 721 Re: Rear window defroster [tromba1]
Oct 19, 2005 (7:04 pm)
I own a 2004 Sebring Conv and this has been the one of two problems I have had so far. Twice the rear defroster cable snapped off the window. It does seem to be installed tight. After the second time they replaced the ENTIRE rear window. It took two days as they needed to remove the entire top. Best result was it has not broken since and I had the top restretched like new in the process.
The other issue was the radio not getting power sometimes. The dealer replaced it with as new radio. Overall I am pleased with the car and its performance. I have liked the Chrysler so much I just bought a Pacifica for my wife.
#384 of 721 Re: 2004 Sebring Ltd. Good Buy? [nova_craft]
Oct 19, 2005 (7:06 pm)
I own an '04 LXI and love it. Bought it new and never had any regrets.Any issues that have come up, the dealer has remedied asap.
#386 of 721 Re: 2004 Sebring Ltd. Good Buy? [nova_craft]
Oct 21, 2005 (12:30 am)
WHAT!!!!!!!!!!!!You have read all the messages, correct? These people have a serious quality control issue. Why even take the chance?
Oct 21, 2005 (10:27 am)
When I have the heater on, it works fine. But when I come to a stop, about half the time the heater stops blowing hot air and starts blowing cool air. As soon as I go (or even if I just rev the engine), it gets hot again.
Is this the water pump? Or a valve somewhere?
PS It is a 1997 Sebring JX Convertible, with the bigger V6 motor, automatic tranny, 98K miles, no work done on the motor in the 2 years / 30K miles I've owned it. I'm in Pittsburgh where it's getting down into the 40's already.
#392 of 721 Re: Water pump going? [topalwaysdown]
Oct 26, 2005 (11:26 am)
I have the same heating problem with a 2001 Sebring V6 Automatic