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#435 of 473 The Dream car that became my nightmare
Mar 13, 2011 (10:12 am)
I took my 1998 Chrysler Sebring Convertible JXI, to the dealer for a diagnostic (as no one else could tell me what was really wrong with it). Well, $300, in testing later, I was told that the problem was with the PCV Module.
I am paying $1,130 for tests, module, and oil change. The dealer recently called me and said that the module was now doing fine, they re-tested and said I now need a new distributor. They stated that was the problem all along, they basically said that the distributor messed up my PVC Module and that is why they could not find the problem when I first got the diagnostic.
Now, it is going to cost me $1,640. Is what they are telling me actually true? Am I just being ripped off? I do not have money to burn and this was very upsetting for me. Should I believe them? Please advise. Thank you.
#436 of 473 Re: interior door panel [bxle44]
May 22, 2011 (4:16 am)
Thanks for the response last August; I'm going to finally fix the panel now. Can you identify the resources that you referenced?
#437 of 473 Re: location of BCM [elegante]
Nov 30, 2011 (7:34 pm)
I have a 97 chrysler sebring convertible I need to replace my BCM know. It is located behind your fuses on the driver side door mine is blue. Do you know where there is cheap BCM the number 4671224AD help
#438 of 473 Re: location of BCM [daford]
Nov 30, 2011 (10:16 pm)
Sorry no, I stopped putting money into it, it got to expensive, good luck
#439 of 473 1996 JXi driver seat
Mar 26, 2012 (4:35 am)
Looking for a source for replacement grey leather seat cover (bottom only) for my '96 JXi - any recommendation?
#440 of 473 Re: Copy of Original Warranty for 2000 Chrysler Sebring Convertible [kaplan2]
Apr 06, 2012 (5:28 am)
i just bought a 2000 sebring jx convertible and my back window is in with gorilla tape. were you ever able to find what works to seal the back window.
#441 of 473 back window in 2002 Sebring convertible
Apr 06, 2012 (6:19 am)
i used super glue at one time....but the part of the fabric covering the lower part of the glass windo ..keeps coming apart....I wonder if some type of epoxy might work.....they want far too much to replace the rear glass assembly
#442 of 473 Re: Copy of Original Warranty for 2000 Chrysler Sebring Convertible [eroosejx00]
Apr 06, 2012 (7:03 am)
I found no successful methods and ended up replacing the top after the car flooded (water runs into a reservoir behind the back seat and sits if the drains are plugged (as mine were), causing the floor pan to repeatedly fill up...ugh!) I found a new canvas top (installed) at a local top shop for $1100 - can probably find for less if you shop around. (PS i replaced the whole top because most of the thread in the piping, around the window and some of the seams had rotted out - found no one willing / able to resew or install a new window w/o taking the top off, at which point you may as well replace. Vinyl is obviously a lot cheaper.)
#443 of 473 Re: Copy of Original Warranty for 2000 Chrysler Sebring Convertible [eroosejx00]
Apr 13, 2012 (11:42 am)
eroosejx00: On the window of my 2006 Sebring attached to vinyl convertible top, i used Household Amazing Goop, purchased at Walmart for like 4 or 5 dollars. The vinyl was coming apart from window in most places, and window would shake while i was driving. The top part of the window was not a problem , so i just used that goop on the lower part of the vinyl top where it's glued, pressed, whatever the factory does to the vinyl top window. I went ahead and took the whole lower part of top loose from window, and used the goop thru from left to right. Just put about an 1/8 " bead, then press firmly against window. To keep together for over 24 hours to cure best, i used that clear packing tape across the window and vinyl top. It has been holding great for over 5 months wiith no problem even when i have the drivers windows down traveling over 50 miles per hour. Try it, should work fine. David
#444 of 473 Re: car jumps/cuts out when crossing overpassess [isaachernandez]
May 15, 2012 (9:29 am)
Cam sensor is part of the distributor, its a $300 item got to get the distributor, (Mitubishi) sebring V6 is prone to distributor problems and distributor electrical issues due to location of the distributor. Chrysler was going to have Distributorless ignition on this motor but decided against it because Mitsubishi wanted too much more money for it.