Question about 2001 Chrysler Sebring
An automatic transmission will do exactly that if it's low on fluid.
To check the level, have the car running. Have a rag available. A long snouted funnel and a couple quarts of transmission fluid.
Find the dipstick for the transmission
Pull it, wipe it, put it back in, pull it again.
Check the level at the end of the stick.
If it's low or not showing at all add a quart. Keep doing so until the proper level is reached.
Hopefully this will solve your problem. If it does not, I'm sorry to say that a transmission repair professional may be your next option.
Keep in mind, you described your problem in a single sentence. That is all I had to work with. If there are additional symptoms that may be applicable, that could change things. Check the fluid and hope for the best.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
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