Question about 1999 Chrysler Sebring
Great news!!! I know exactly what your problem is. We had the same problem on our 2000 sebring. Its a bad design on the drainage holes. I would guess that you have this problem after a rain. You need to do more research on the owners group website, but there are drainage hole that are on the bottom edge of your car just below the sideview mirrors. You will need to lie on the ground, take a clothes hanger and unclog the holes. The holes arent perfectly round, they don't even look like holes. I wish I knew the exact website for you to check but this solved our problem.
Posted on Sep 29, 2008
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