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2005 Chrysler Sebring Questions

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Where is the fuse for my rear facing console light

The timing belt broke and I am wondering if it is worth replacing or am I looking at valve damage as well. The car has 120K miles on it and is otherwise in good shape.

I am trying to narrow the search to see where my oil leak is

it may last a couple days or weeks this is a 20 amp. that operates power recp, horns ign. fuel, start

I need to replace the engine and want to know if I can go with a different year model engine

aaa came tested battery it was good but the altenator holds 1000 with lights and air on. an with off 1100

Check engine light on, car started stalling, sputtering, but did not totally die out, still starts. Only happened today one time.

When you give it accelerate hard. It shifts fine

removed center panel with climate controls, all seems operational, does same with heat....like ducts are blccked

Is there a recall for this problem if so where do i go and what do i do to get it taken care of or if its something i need to fix what do i fix. It jerks whether im driving fast or slow it slow at changing gears and when it does its hard im frustrated

I put it on a slow charge all night and nothing, this usually works. Put new breaks in last week. A new alternator 2 weeks ago. Ran great after that. Only other thing was the trani cap was left off over night. Happened in Andrew,Alberta, Canada. This is the first time this has happened. Can't get codes without power. If there was power u can "0" the odometers and turn key back and forth a few times and the code will come up where the odometer reading usually is.

I have an oil leak in timing cover gasket. Is it hard to replace?