2005 Chrysler Sebring Reviews and Owner Comments
2005 Chrysler Sebring owners review and rate their 2005 Chrysler Sebring.
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Bought my 2.7 2005 Sebring Limited in 2006, used, with low miles. I now have 201,600 mostly highway miles on it. I've had to replace some front suspension parts over the years, and more recently wheel bearings, rotors don't hold up well. I've never run anything but synthetic oil in it. With this many miles I can't complain. Just now I've had the oil light start coming on intermittently when idling. And the check engine light comes on throwing a P0306 code. That light stayed on for 110 miles and then went out, but code is still there. The only other odd issue I've had over the years is dimming/blinking dash lights intermittently, for which no one could ever figure out the cause.
I hate this car. I bought it almost 4 years ago and have had nothing but trouble from day 1. My car burns oil for whatever reason. I have replaced the wheel barrings 3 times, tie rods once, front suspension last November and the front left wheel barring for the 4th time shortly after my suspension was replaced. Also about a year after I got my car the paint on the hood only started chipping. Last November while I got my suspension done I also had them repaint my hood because all of the paint had chipped off!! Now the gears are starting to slip between 2 and 3 and between 3 and 4. My advice is do not ever buy a Chrysler, total waste of money.
I have a 2005 Chrysler Sebring I brought it used. I have had it for only four months. The check engine light came on two days after I took it home. The light has been on ever since. It has been to a Chrysler dealership five times and the light is still on. Frist they said that it was a senser then the converder then they said that the converder that they put in was bad,so they replaced it but the light still came on. They said that they don't know what else to do. I have another appt. on Jan. 16th 2012 maybe you can help.
I have nothing but problems since I had it. This past week I had three test done to see why it was jerking when I first start out and then when I reached 60 to 65 miles per hour, then it would jerk again until I started driving slow at first. First test I did was with Advance Auto's and they said it was the camshaft sensor and I replaced that part, then I took it to Midas and they did a test and they said it was the crankshaft sensor and I replaced that part. Then I said to myself I am going to take it a Chrysler Dealer and have them put on a computer and they came up with the Powertrain Control Module (if you tell me were that is located on 2005 Chrysler Sebring 2.4l or a picture of it) and the Power Distribution Center (which is the fuse box), we replaced that and the positive cable to the battery. We replaced throughout the 2 years we had the car, the hub bearings(3 times),struts and shocks, tie rods, camshaft, brakes and pads, cylinders, control arms and much more. We got a rotten used car.
I have the convertable that I bought used with 16K miles. It was about a year old. Have had only to replace the fuel pump. It is a very smooth ride with tight handling, lots of power with a V6 engine that moves like greased lightining and is fabulous with the top down. And in our NE Ohio winters performs exceptionally well in deep snow, better than alot of Hondas and Toyotas I've seen, and considering the equivelent size vehicle is probably 500lbs heavier. Am looking forward to buying another one maybe this year. I have about 70K miles and have not had to replace the brakes, also what i really like is that as the car changes gear you feel nothing , no shifting ect, just a smooth increase in speed.
Bought this car used a month ago, it is a Limited, top of the line, great car in every way.
I have had this car since 2006 and have had nothing but problems. I have owned several Chrysler products before and this is the last. It is several underpowered(4 cyl). Exhaust went out at 40,000, motor mounts at 30,000, wheel bearing at 28,000 and the lisy goes on. Can't wait to trade it.