Question about 1998 Chrysler Sebring
Car turns over but want start
Check the Main Relay and it's fuse.
Posted on Apr 16, 2015
Make sure you have spark and fuel. when you first turn the key to the "ON" position you should be able to hear the fuel pump whirr or run for about 3 seconds to prime the fuel system, if not you need to check the fuel pump fuse and the fuel pump relay to make sure the fuel pump is getting power when you turn the key on. If you can hear the pump run and do have fuel pressure, then you need to make sure the engine has spark. You can do this by removing a spark plug from the engine and putting it back into the plug wire, make sure the metal bottom of the plug is touching a metal part of the engine and have someone crank on the engine while watching the gap in the electrode of the plug. You should have a very sharp blue spark jump the gap in the electrode. If you have no spark or a weak orange looking spark then I would look to the crank sensor or the coil.
Posted on Apr 21, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
piece of cake....
take off the two "star" bolts, one toward the center of the engine above the light assembly and the other toward the fender (it is very long). when you remove them both the entier assembly falls off into your hands and makes changing the bulbs much easier.
Posted on Sep 16, 2008
Sounds like it in the switch or the electrical plug at the switch.The electrical plug could be burnt and need repairing or replacing. Need to remove the dash fascia, Careful not to damage clips. If the cover has no visible screws or bolts, then it clips into place. Unbolt heater controls and pull contol forward. Not a fun job but with patience you should be ok.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
Probably a vacuum line loose or broken. With the engine running, wiggle all hoses around under the hood, and listen for a hiss.
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
A fast flash at the dash indicates there is a bulb out somewhere.
Have someone check all the bulbs outside while you try the brakes, lights and turn signals.
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
Sebring Convertibles have weep holes under the body that get clogged with debris and cause the water to back up into the floor. Take a paper clip and straighten it to clean out the weep holes. The weep holes can be found just under the frame at the doors where there is a seam(about where the jack would go). Along this seam about ervery 12 or 16 inches there will be a small slot for the water to drain.
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
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