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Need help understanding what may cause low volts at the coils for a 2.7L engine that was just installed into a 2004 Sebring, the engine is from a 2002. Any help would be greatly appreciated

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SOURCE: volts lights comes one; changed battery 3 days

have your alternator output checked. its a good idea that they check it while the light is ON. If they check it while the light is OFF, it may not show any problem.

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SOURCE: 2002 sebring lxi 3.0. Engine light is on,

You need to replace the engine, this is a design flaw and if you want to keep the vehicle you should look for a 2005 or newer engine because it will not have that design flaw from 2005 on.

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SOURCE: i have a sebring 2004 v6 2.7 which is misfiring. put it a new coil and changed plug on cylinder that doesnt fire still no spark. im getting power all th way to the plug tested with volt meter.it reads

Invalid test. When plug fires, the wire shoots around 40,000volts. When not firing, there is no current in the wire.
Try switching the misfiring plug wire with another that is firing. Switch them both at the plug and at the coil tower. If that was a bad plug wire, the misfire will now be on the cylinder where you put the suspect wire. This will confirm a bad plugwire.
Good luck.

Posted on Nov 25, 2011

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I have a sebring 2004 v6 2.7 which is misfiring. put it a new coil and changed plug on cylinder that doesnt fire still no spark. im getting power all th way to the plug tested with volt meter.it reads 14...


Invalid test. When plug fires, the wire shoots around 40,000volts. When not firing, there is no current in the wire.
Try switching the misfiring plug wire with another that is firing. Switch them both at the plug and at the coil tower. If that was a bad plug wire, the misfire will now be on the cylinder where you put the suspect wire. This will confirm a bad plugwire.
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