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I own a 97 Chrysler sebring, 2 door coupe, 2.5 liter engine 6 cylinder, and just a few days ago I went to start it and it made this tick tick sound like the battery was dying and it wouldn't start, I restarted it, same thing happened. I would sit for about five minutes, restart it, it would start right up. All the lights continued to work, so I thought it was my battery, so I brought a brand new battery, same thing happened the very next thing. What can it be? I think maybe a new starter, or a loose wire. I need help before I go to a mechanic where I know I will be ripped off because I am a woman.
If all of your lights are working correctly than i would say yes you are going to need to have you starter changed i am shore that this will solve your problem
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
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