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Chrysler Sebring, Convertible, Sedan
#137 of 158 2006 Sebring Limited Convertible
Nov 15, 2011 (8:24 am)
1. 75,000 miles and convertible fails. Dealership: $1,800 to repair. Need to replace entire unit. Bundled part alone is $1,200. Out of warranty. Serviced vehicle every 3,000 miles. No reason but shabby car. Bought car for convertible. Does not function. Piece of junk.
2. Since 50,000 miles, dashboard/cluster lights do not work but for occasional flicker. Drive in the dark of all mph, fuel levels, etc. at night. Use flashlight. Dealership: $700 to repair. Bundled part problem again. Not fuse. Not electrical. Failure. Driving in trash can.
No remedy but lawsuit which is absurdly expensive and time consuming. Don't buy American ever. I bought this vehicle over the Solaria solely due to patriotism. Never ever again buy American.
#138 of 158 Re: 2006 Sebring Limited Convertible [0926rsiv]
Nov 15, 2011 (1:11 pm)
I can understand your frustration and even perhaps your need to vent, however a car is a machine and machines do break down whether they are domestics or imported vehicles. When you say "convertible fails" do you mean that the top is not working? If that is the case "servicing" your car every 3,000 miles probably has nothing to do with that- especially if by servicing you are speaking on engine oil changes. As far as imports fairing better - my wife serviced her Luxury Import every 3,000 miles and that didn't prevent her expensive import's engine dying from sludge not once but twice. I only mention that as evidence that problems arise with all automobiles no matter where they are made. As far as Sebrings go - I love mine and will continue to buy "American" cars if I so desire. In fact my last convertible was a Saab 9-3 and I actually prefer my Sebring over my Saab. The Saab was a fine car, but the Sebring is more enjoyable to drive and far more comfortable for me. Again I am truly sorry you've experienced these problems with your Sebring perhaps you could post more details about what the problem is.
#139 of 158 Re: 2000 Sebring Top [bubyva]
Dec 01, 2011 (9:19 am)
in my case..it was the left cylinder tht needed replacement...a $300 bill locally
#140 of 158 Re: convertable top adjustment on 01 model [jstuart1]
Jan 20, 2012 (8:30 am)
I have a 1997 Chrysler SEbring convertable, my roof rattles once I latch it down. I have adjusted the latch hooks to there max, and still have rattleing (although reduced). I noticed that the latch placement seats have come loose or moved out from the top of windshield ( were the pins seat). Is there a way to correct this?
#141 of 158 make top quieter
May 27, 2012 (10:23 am)
I have had my 2001 Sebring Ltd for 4 years. It is quieter than the JXI on the highway, but I need to make quite a few long road trips soon and I would like to dramatically reduce the wind noise. I have tightened the screws to the top. Can it be resealed? Any other tips?
#143 of 158 Sebring touring edition soft-top malfunction
Jun 15, 2012 (3:09 pm)
I own a 2006 Sebring, Touring, convertible... When I try to fold the top back, it stalls and slowly bends back down in despite of pressing the button to fold. Im thinking it has to do with the hydraulics but I'm not sure. Can anybody help?
#144 of 158 Re: Sebring Convertible leaks in rear window and where it meets the windshield [93buicklesabre]
Sep 21, 2012 (2:51 am)
Please help me. I have the same problem and it s raining a lot now in Bucharest-Romani...I love my car but it is semlling like hell and I cannot enjoy my car anymore becaose the water in the back. Did you find any solution? I thought it is a problem at the rear glass. but it seems to be a problem few cm lower, with the material...thank you. my email is dancarbunarujyahoo.com
#146 of 158 Re: Air Leak between top and windshield [safire609]
Feb 09, 2013 (3:04 pm)
The flickering oil light is a bad oil sending unit. its probably leaking also