Question about 2004 Chrysler Sebring
The auto manufacturers got tired of footing expensive warranty repairs and when the warranty terms would not allow coverage, people began screaming that their product stinks just because they had to find out the hard way that they had been 5 years late on an oil change and that engines cant be expected to survive "stupid" (not directed at you) and after losing billions of dollars, they have made cars smarter than their owners.
when oil level gets too low, the engine computer keeps the engine from starting. Same thing with coolant/water water levels, .....and not to mention engine temp. level. This prevents engine damage due to neglect or abuse.
If it has been a while and the engine has cooled down, and it still wont start, try re-setting the computer. There are quite a few different ways depending on manufacturer and design, but a typical way is by disconnecting the battery from the terminals. Negative terminal (black) first from the battery, then positive (red)
.....If that doesn't solve the problem, then the engine parts got so hot they are now friction welded together (DEAD)
Posted on May 12, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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