2009 Chrysler Sebring Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2009 Chrysler Sebring
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2009 Chrysler Sebring ProblemsRattle From Rear Shock
A rattle from the rear of the vehicle may indicate that the rear shock absorbers are defective. Updated shocks are available; however, careful inspection of all suspension components should be performed before any parts are replaced.
The automatic transmission can develop problems like erratic shifting, rough shifting, or delayed gear engagement. Repairs for many of these problems are outlined in service bulletins.
The carpet under the right side of the dash may become wet with water. This can be caused by the AC evaporator drain being plugged with debris. Our technicians tell us that once the drain is clear, a cabin air filter should be installed to keep debris out.
2009 Chrysler Sebring QuestionsShould the ac compressor always be running? Even if the ac is turned off. (1 answer)
My ac compressor on my 2009 Sebring still is on even when the ac is turned off. It has 129,000 miles
I've already put in 2 new batteries along with a alternator. 1st time car would start with a jump buto eventually stopped doing that so I put in a new battery n alternator. IMMEDIATELY AFTER new bat. n alt. gets put in the battery light comes on 3 months later it stopped working again. Put in...
The DVD player works fine. All the radio whether FM or AM are static.
2009 Chrysler Sebring RecallsFuel Gauge May Overstate Fuel Level
A compatibility problem with the instrument cluster and the fuel pump module may cause the fuel gauge to overstate the amount of fuel left in the tank. As a result, the vehicle may run out of fuel. Dealers will replace the fuel pump free of charge. The began March, 2009. The Chrysler recall number is J02.
Chrysler is recalling 2009 Sebring, Dodge Caliber, Avenger, Journey, Jeep Patriot, and Compass models due to a new adhesive in the PCM manufacturing process that can cause the printed circuit board to break. This may cause the engine to stall and cause a crash without warning. Dealers will replace the PCM free of charge.