Question about 2002 Chrysler Sebring
2.7 engine. seems ...maybe toi have a mis-fire problem? At idle it generally runs smooth, but sometimes it will studder. at speed under a very light load 45-55 MPH it feels like the lockup converter is kicking in and out( bucking). Place foot lightly on break to force TQ to disingage and the problem seems to go away....might be just a mask of the real problem. Mileage has droped about 2 MPG. 53K and real good maintance on car. oil change every 3k.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This car came with a 70,000 mile drive train warranty. Take it back to the dealer, or contact Chrysler and your local ABC, CBS, or NBC affiliate, and let them know that the dealer is trying to screw you on their service and on Chrysler's coverage.
Ge it on the national news and I will bet your dealer will have this car fixed within a couple of days.
Embarrass the stuffing out of them!
Posted on Nov 07, 2009
I think your sensor may be affective. The same thing happens to my sebring and it has been like that forever. You can check the oil pressure sensor and see if it needs replaced.
Posted on Feb 23, 2011
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