And My 97 sebring jxi is approaching the 125K mark and is acting up. My fuel guage would read 100 miles til empty, but then a mile or two later, will read 70. Found out my battery was dead and dry. Replaced battery a month ago, seemed to fix the problem, until a week ago. I was losing fuel/ remaining mileage much faster. Usually it would occur when I accelerated, but now it happens while I idle or even start my car. The oil pressure light has been on intermittently when I drive and am idling (even when full) for the past 3 months. I've also been experiencing a hard down shift and feeling a bit of hesitation when accelerating. That's been happening for a month or so. A day ago, I had 70 miles left on my guage, I went to start up yesterday and got nothing but a display on the odometer and on the radio display. The odometer said "no bus" and the radio display said "CCD". I was told it could all be relegated to a problematic or dead PCM or ECU. Any help or explanation is greatly appreciated :)
Fuel Loss, Starting Issues, and "no bus" code on 1997 Chrysler Sebring
by tinagmore in Phoenix, AZ on June 25, 2011
2 answers 2 comments
ANSWER by dale45 , June 27, 2011
Since correcting a battery problem seemed to make things better, I would go that route to start with. Dirty battery terminals and cables can raise havoc with computer controlled systems. I would clean the battery and cable ends. If the cable ends have been replaced with aftermarket ends, make sure those connections are also clean. The way I can explain this is it needs to be clean shiny lead where the connections are.
COMMENT by Visitor , June 28, 2011
Sorry aout that advise,,,Also after the battery cleanning get your battery and altenator check by someone who knows how to check em,,,Just because a battery starts the car does not mean its a good battery,might not be good enough for the pc.
ANSWER by Yuddi , June 25, 2011
Get rid of it before you start pouring money into it, Dodge ,plymoth,Chrslers are junk to begin with.
COMMENT by tinagmore , June 25, 2011
Lol, where were you when I was buying this thing? I like the car, but since I'm in no position to replace it with new or even better, I need help w fixing it.