Question about 1997 Chrysler Sebring
1997 sebring coupe starts right up runs grate until it hit running temp. when you drop under 2500 rpms it putts misses bucks creeps along got to feather the gas to get it to go or it will cut out and die but if u can get it up to 2500 rpms with out it dyeing it seems to do ok but can just tell its not right so things that have happened to that car is it caught fire in the back pass. side of the engine compartment melted some stuff replaced some of the harness throttle cable sensors in that area thermostat also before the blaze it would start to over heat when at idle for a long time turn the fan on and it would drop right down ive had nothing but bad luck with this car i am out of money and just want to sell it but got to figure out what is wrong first please help
If you have had a fire that has damaged the electrical wiring then it is more than likely shorted out a lot of sensors . Maybe if you run a fault code reading it will give you some idea of what units are failing. I may suggest a wiring harness from the wreckers but it will be determined by the codes if that is feasible.
Posted on Jul 21, 2013
Testimonial: " all the sensors around that area replaced most of the harness throttle cable i have a different car as well witch i have been driving most of the time but to me it didn't feel like the pedal was in the same place"
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