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Chrysler Sebring, Convertible, Sedan
#70 of 101 A/C, Heater Blower Resistor problem
Jul 23, 2009 (7:10 am)
I've got what appears to be the same problem with my 2008 Sebring Touring sedan with 16K miles, but in my case it's the high speed setting that works intermittently. Sometimes I have to play with the control knob to get the high speed to work and sometimes it will turn off by itself where I then have to jiggle the knob to get it to work.
Since it's so intermittent I don't want to take it to the dealer just yet.
#71 of 101 Fan/ Blower Switch Resistor
Aug 07, 2009 (6:45 pm)
Could you please tell me where or which website I can buy the Fan/Blower Switch Resistor for the Chrysler Sebring 2001 sedan with the price around $12 to $24 that you have told above?
Tks in advance
#72 of 101 Heating / cooling blower fan
Sep 07, 2009 (10:38 am)
2002 Chrysler sebring sedan - Heating cooling fan is oscillating. The air coming out of the vents will stop then come back on after a few moments. This will happen in all speed settings. While in the lowest speed the air seems to oscillate down to near nothing then back to speed settings? Seems kind of like a fan going out or ??
Sep 25, 2009 (7:40 pm)
can anyone tell me the right way to hot wire the fan with either a toggle switch or directly to the ignition or starter please in detail im not to mechanical incline thanks
#75 of 101 Re: Another Blower Motor Question. 01 sedan [hawker95]
Oct 01, 2009 (1:34 pm)
This is the blower motor resistor going. I've had to replace this twice on my 02 Sebring. The latest ones are made better than the previous types so it shouldn't go anymore. The only issue you may have with the newer resistors is that you will have to cut a larger hole to fit it in as they've changed the size slightly.
#76 of 101 2002 sebring cooling fan
Oct 03, 2009 (11:55 am)
2002 Sebring sedan, just had blower motor replaced then it stopped working. Back to the shop this time they replaced resistor,. Now the AC works but the damper opens and closes at will shifting the ac from floor level to face level to defrost at will? any suggestions.
#77 of 101 Re: 2002 Sedan headlights on........heat off [tom_bergstrom]
Nov 07, 2009 (8:10 pm)
I have a 2001 convertible 6 cyl. Exact same problem. The A/C dash control unit on mine behaves better if the trim plate is not snapped into the dash. I've noticed that the wiring harness connection to the distribution dial (floor, vent, defrost, etc.) requires jiggling to allow the distribution to work properly, especially with the headlights on. The connection is seated well, so it almost seems like the socket is not soldered well to the circuit board. I don't have the resistor block problem, so the headlight issue seems to be connection or voltage related.
#78 of 101 heater core replacement
Feb 13, 2010 (10:02 am)
Instructions on how to replace heater core 2002 sebring.
Is it difficult to do?
how many hours will is take?
#79 of 101 2002 Sebring convertible
Jul 12, 2010 (6:24 am)
I bought a 2002 Chrysler Sebring convertible with 33,000miles. It has been in a garage and used very little. Two days ago, it is having a problem to start. I turned on the key several times then the car will start. Auto zone checked it out and said it is the oxygen sensors, so I bought two. When the car starts runs smoothly. A mechanic says it is the fuel pump, but if it is the fuel pump why is the engine light still on, after it starts and runs smoothly? Another mechanic says it is something else. any help?