Chrysler Sebring Problems

Head Gasket May Fail Prematurely on Chrysler Sebring

Problem Description and Possible Solution

There have been reports of premature head gasket failure; an updated gasket design is available to correct this problem.

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Average mileage: 115,740 (55,000–185,000)
Engines affected: 2.0L 4 Cylinder, 2.4L 4 Cylinder, 2.5L V6, 2.7L V6
11 model years affected: 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, more1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2007
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We have had an ongoing overheating problem with our '04 Sebring. Coolant tank starts bubbling after 10-20 minutes of driving; especially up any hills. Coolant starts bubbling out of overflow tank when temp gauge reaches half mark, and the needle will go straight to top if driving is continued (we pull over and shut it off when it gets to half mark). We have replaced the coolant cap, the thermostat (3 times, the latest time with a 160 degree thermostat, which seemed to give us a little more time until it overheats), the water pump, several hoses, the cam chain, and tensioner (because they were bad (rattling), and the mechanic was in there anyway), and flushed the radiator, We have spent $2150 so far, chasing this mystery problem and it still overheats every time we drive it, we are about at our wits end with this car. If this thing needs head gaskets, we're going to buy a Toyota. I have ordered a new coolant tank as a last ditch effort. Anyone try that?
My car was overheating while driving, coolant bottle sounds like it boiling. got heads done,,new radiator water pump thermostat used tranny,,,,,,one day later 2,500.00 .....coolant bottle boiling again!!!! has comression shop said no leaks.....and my car sits in the drive way still....replaced relays and now fan dont come on got fan assembly from junk yard...and still dont so pissed off....dont know what to do now
Blowing white smoke. Haven't fixed it yet. Was my grandmother's car. She took such good care of the car that when she would go to change the oil they would tell her she needed to drive it around some more and then come back because it wasn't time yet.
2.7L V6 and the head gasket blew right after we bought from individual and he said there was nothing wrong with it
my car has overheated randomly since i got the car. at first once i put water in it the problem would go away. then it started happening everytime i drive it. Then the car just stopped running so i left it in a gas station parking lot for 3 days. when i went back to get it i figured it was a gonner and it ran perfect for about 3 weeks. now as soon as it hits warm it goes to overheat. I blew out a hose , replaced it then my radiator blew and i replaced it. it is still over heating. my mechanics tester shows neg on the head problem and there is not any water in my oil. Also i took my thermostat out so what else could it be
Engine overheated one day. Coolant gone. Refilled and runs ok now, but the shop reports head gasket is leaking - coolant getting into system.
I was driving and car lost power. Engine was knocking, but oil was good. A hair over full. Stopped popped hood. Top of engine soaked with oil. Had it towed home and that's where I'm at
Saw some oil drips on the ground in my garage, so I took it to a shop just to catch any issue before it became major. Ended up needing a whole new head gasket system. Very clean car, only driven in the summer, such an unexpected issue, very expensive.
I have a 2.7 engine in my 2007 sebring in i was told my water pump have a hole in it in my headgasket might be gone car still drive but my c in h want move
I have a 2.7l8tr engine. Have had the timing chain timing gasket , water pump etc.. Replaced. Still over heats
Overheated next day drove car home checked fluids three hrs. Later start car wtr pouring out exhaust
Blown head gasket, only over heated on the highway. They also had to replace the thermostat.