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If you know how to do it yourself, flush the engine and the radiator. If you don't know, be smart and spend the money to have a mechanic do it for you.
Posted on Feb 09, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Could be a bad oil pressure switch, or a bad oil pump. Both will cause this issue. Hope it is the switch b/c the oil pump is a costly repair.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
$400.00, the mechanic had to pull the top of the engine off to get to the water pump. 8 hours later, they informed me that they never want to work on a water pump for crysler! Wait till you have to replace the battery.... gonna get rid of our sebring soon! Hope this helps...
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
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Those engines are noted for having bad head gaskets so I would look into having your head gasket cheked for leaks.If you look you should see the seem where the head(which is where the manifolds bolt to and the spark plugs screw into and the cams are on top)meets the block and check for any wet spots on this seem front and back.If it is leaking bad enough you should be able to run the car and let it get to operating temp.and have water presure in the engine then it will be easier to locate the leak.I would also check the oil for any creamy looking substance on the oil fill cap or the oil dip stick which would also indicate a head gasket problem.
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
you would only have water in the oil if there was a a leak in the head gasket or water jacket ports in the engine. if you are losing water,that quickly,then it's either a hose,radiator, or water pump. put a piece of cardboard under veh after youve filled the radiator and veh is cool, that way you can determine the location of leak. if you don't see the location of leak the next day, then odds are it is the water pump and only loses water after engine warms up an pressure forces it out the weep hole in the pump while driving. (note: if you have white smoke coming out of tailpipe then you probably have a blowed head gasket,)
Posted on Aug 26, 2012
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