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Chrysler Sebring, Engine, Sedan
Nov 30, 2009 (4:51 pm)
I have a 2005 chrysler sebring that I bought used. It has 87000 miles on it and everything was fine up until today. I went out and started the car to warm it up. The car was running fine and then it started idling rough and died. I tried starting the car back up, but all it did was crank. The engine is the 2.4L 4cylinder DOHC. I have replaced all the fuses and relays but I am still having this problem. Has anyone else had this problem?
#42 of 66 Re: Engine problem [mikeyboyaz]
Dec 01, 2009 (6:26 pm)
Did you replace the timing belt? If it's the timing belt, hopefully no damage was done to your engine. Good luck.
#43 of 66 98 sebring run dies..
Dec 19, 2009 (1:44 pm)
I have a 98 sebring that will run for a bit then die. if i try too start it it wont kick over. after letting it sit for a long while it will start and run then die. its getting fuel if it starts it sounds all boged down. any help with this my auto tech is dumb founded.
#44 of 66 Re: 99 Sebring JXI stalling [sebring099]
Dec 20, 2009 (6:42 am)
01 Limited Conv; Mine done the same thing 2 weeks ago.. It turned out the crankshaft sensoe was going out. 300.00 later it is running back to normal.
Mine would idle fine but when you started accellerating it would spit sputter, tach meter jumps up down, check engine light comes on and it would show code for crankshaft sensor or engine misfire. Turn you key switch on and off about 5 times and you digital odometer will show the error codes..
Hope this helps..
#45 of 66 Radiator Overflow Tank
Jan 24, 2010 (6:12 pm)
I have an '02 Sebring Convertible, 2.7 V6 LXi and the plastic nipple that takes the flow from the top of the thermostat is cracked and leaking. I tried to epoxy it but the crack returned. Is there a repair kit that alows me to just screw in a new nipple, or do i have to replace the whole tank?
#47 of 66 Re: Radiator Overflow Tank [malopr]
Jan 25, 2010 (3:48 pm)
Thanks! I'm sure the plastoc tank is $250 or more...
#48 of 66 Re: Engine Failure [biggypiggy1985]
Feb 10, 2010 (10:51 pm)
Do a compression check, if it's high, your converter is burned out !
And the exhaust is pluged up !
You could have broken a rocker , remove valve cover and check to make sure !
Hope it's not your timing ! Good Luck !
#49 of 66 04 Sebring Convertible replaced engine problem
Apr 11, 2010 (11:00 am)
Hey All, I recently had the 2.7 in my convertible decide to lock up after an oil change. Pulled the valve cover off and found tons of sludge in the engine (98,000 miles). Bought a replacement engine and now can't get it to rev past 2500 rpm..Have changed the Crank and Cam sensors and have checked all the wiring. Also get a check engine light and a failure code that shows timing issue. Any one else had this problem after an engine change or am I just the lucky one?