For the sedan trim only, Coolant can leak at the coolant bleeder valve and is usually evident because of an orange crust formation on the housing. A revised bleeder and housing is available to correct this problem.
Car Problem Reports
Chrysler Sebring Orange Crust Formation Due to Leak at Coolant Bleeder Valve
Chrysler Sebring Problem
Engine Affected: 2.7L V6
Average Mileage: 72,800 mi (40,000 mi - 180,000 mi)
Visitor, 2006 Chrysler Sebring, 2.7L V6, 45,000 mi
Leak on glued part of housing for coolant bleed valve
Visitor, 2004 Chrysler Sebring, 2.7L V6, 54,000 mi
had the car running while i brushed off the snow. the compressor fan kicked on as i was getting in and theats when i saw my check engine light on. i got in and drove it a few feet before i decided to shut it off and check it out. everything looked fine in the dark, but it wouldn't start again. next day i found out the coolant was non exsistant. put more fluid in on a whim, and it started right up. turns out that theres a failsafe that prevents you from over heating your engine. just glad i didnt have to tow it over this.
Visitor, 2006 Chrysler Sebring, 2.7L V6, 40,000 mi
Yep my coolant bleeder valve started leaking and that cost me over $300 at the deeler.