Last post on Jan 16, 2013 at 3:44 PM
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Chrysler Sebring, Convertible, Sedan
#166 of 169 Re: Water Getting into the Frame [rbender]
Oct 01, 2012 (6:46 pm)
im going to try looking for these. i bought this 99 and i started to hear a slosh in the passenger side. not in the door. i went to the guy i got it from and was trying to explain what i heard cause i was going to try to get a shop vac down the side of it. it wasnt in trunk or door, and wasnt coming from firewall but it made the passenger floor wet. he said the car is made to drain so he didnt see how it would be holding water. his wife had showed up so he was in a hurry to get going. so tonight it rained like crazy. the slosh was horrible on way home. it started going to the passenger floors and i heard it mess with a speaker. i had made sure the radio is off but if made a wierd noise and the lights on display went off. the power locks stopped working, and the lights on the rear view mirror stopped too. hope thats just a fuse.... i had one these cars before and never had this problem
#167 of 169 Re: Water Getting into the Frame [srobertson1]
Oct 02, 2012 (4:34 pm)
Do check around the door seals, Bottom of the door there will be rubber seals and they do stick the car. gently pull them away from the paint and check for the slots when you find a slot clean it and insert a large paper clip to keep the rubber seal from sticking again. Once I inserted the paper clips and made a habit of cleaning them once a year I have not had a water problem with the doors again in my sebring
#169 of 169 Re: Leaks around windows [lorimissjane64]
Jan 16, 2013 (3:44 pm)
there are some adjustments that could be made. it is best to get the service manual to help with that.