suddenly died while driving. Now turns over but won't start on 2004 Chrysler Sebring

Car was running fine until then just went dead

by in Saint Albans, WV on June 21, 2013
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ANSWER by , May 23, 2014
will be the one thing to mind. because the car's engine is hot and shuts down. may be a problem with the crankshaft sensor has no fault codes at all times. had the same problem MB SLK 200 Since the engine is cold will operate normally.
COMMENT by , October 30, 2014
jone, this just happened to my wife's 2004 sebring convert. the car has been running great, we just took a 2,500 mile trip in it about a week ago. did you figure your issue out?