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1998 Chrysler Sebring Questions

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do all of the motor mounts for this car look anything the same...

Only happens while driving. This does not happen while car is in park at idle.

how do you replace the alternator/power steering belt

How do I disengage the factory alarm system on my 1998 Sebring JXI Convertible. The red light keeps flashing on the dash and the word "deck" flashes opposite the odometer reading on the digital odometer on the dash above the digital drive indicator on the dash instrument panel. The car won't start at all. The starter doesn't engage at all when I turn the key. The electric door locks are disabled as well as the elec. trunk release inside the console. I tried the prescribed unlocking the doors with the key but nothing is working. Please help.

MY TOP WANT WORK UNLESS I RUN A LIVE HOT WIRE TO IT THIS IS THE ONLY WAY I CAN GET IT TO WORK.THE FUSES & RELAYS OR GOOD.IT WILL NOT WORK FROM THE SWITCH.SO IM PUZZLED WHAT COULD POSSIBLY CAUSE THIS MALFUNCTION.

Engine has no start, no spark, no fault codes and rpm's raise on crank with scanner using sensor data program. help? How do you toubleshoot the distributor. Is there not a fault code for distributor problems?>

Our belt has to be replaced that goes around the altenator. My husband seems to think that you have to take off the air compressor to replace he belt. That doesn't make sense to me. Can anyone help with this quetion???

Our belt has to be replaced that goes around the altenator. My husband seems to think that you have to take off the air compressor to replace he belt. That doesn't make sense to me. Can anyone help with this quetion???

Our belt has to be replaced that goes around the altenator. My husband seems to think that you have to take off the air compressor to replace he belt. That doesn't make sense to me. Can anyone help with this quetion???

i just had my water lies readone and now the car is still overheating the coolent is actully bubbling out

It ran hot on me yesterday before it got the the Hot I noticed it and pulled over. It was smoking on the right hand side up under the timing belt, and it wasnt oil. It had no water in it and when I try to crank it up it will turn over strong but it makes a funny noise along with it. It looks like the black pan up under the timing belt at the bottom is almost off and possibly is that the reason why its making that noise and wont crank up? Mayb its in the way so it cannot crank? But no engine light come on and it holds no water when I pour water into the radiator it comes out at the bottom near the timing belt.

After driving the car for 15 minutes the rpms will drop to about 500 at a stoplight and the oil light will flash on and off. If I put the car in neutral the light will go off (rpms up to about 700). Sending unit issue? Oil pump issue? Idle issue?

Thanks for the info. New to the site & missed the Estimator Tool. The only thing is is doesn't indicate that my Sebring has a distributor. I know that my 1996 4 Cyl. doesn't have one, but my 1998 6 cyl. does and I can get get no idea of price for it.

I just had a catalytic converter replaced on the car for $1,000 and now I need to have a distributor replaced and right front tied rod. The mechanic is quoting $2,000. This will include a fog lamp bulb, but I think the price is quite high. I live in Pennsylvania. Is this price reasonable?

What constitutes a major tune-up?