Question about 2004 Chrysler Sebring
The old engin ran fine but the head was crack thats why i changed the motor please HELP
These engines come with different fly wheels and cam sensors. the flywheel has to have the same number of slots and the cam gear has to be the same as what the car came with or it wont start
Posted on Jan 08, 2015
Look into the coil pack id check wiring to the coil pack also
Posted on Dec 05, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Most Chrysler cars do have an anti-theft system that can cut out the engine.
I would call the service department, with your VIN handy, and see if yours was equipped with one, and what you need to reset it.
If that isn't the problem, your EGR valve might be bad, or the sensor for it. I've seen a lot of cars where if either the valve itself, or the sensor are malfunctioning, the car won't run properly.
I would also check your MAF and IAC, as those can cause the car to not run.
If you can, get an OBDII code scanner, and pull the codes from your car, they might give you a more specific place to look. (Most parts stores will let you take one home, you put a deposit down, and get it back when you bringthe scanner back to them)
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
SOURCE: 2000 Chrysler Concorde
These engines are known for the water pumps and/or the timing chains hydraulic tensioner failing and causing the timing to jump time. And checking the timing on these engine is not easy unless you can get a scan tool that can tell you if the cam and crank are in sync. If it says out of sync it has most likely jump time.
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
SOURCE: Crank sensor and camshaft sensor
The crank sensor is in the top of bell housing of the transmission towards the back of the engine compartment. The cam sensor is built into the distributor.
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
try checking the secondary ground wire that comes off the battery see if its loose or corroded might help
Posted on May 29, 2009
Because it's on the back of the transmission bell housing, where the transmission and engine meet, it is very difficult to replace. I have replaced one and also had a dealership replace them. The transmission was not removed. I would recommend taking it to a repair shop where they have the proper tools for this repair/replacement. It will cost around $300.00. Call around for prices.
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
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