Question about 2008 Chrysler Sebring 2.4
Cleaning carbon deposits from electronic throttle control
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you need to loosen the clamp on the throttle body and unplug the map sensor then there are two clips on the other end pull that out and you should be able to pull the filter out you don't need to take the box off.
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
All gas charged supports are not created equal. I recommend using O.E. for this application.
Snow,ice and trapped water make the lid heavier than it should be make sure these are not the issue.
Posted on Jan 19, 2010
I have an 08 Sebring and mine has been having the etc light come on and the car will stall..with little to no notice. It's at the dealer right now and they can't figure out what is causing this because the light doesn't stay on once you turn off the car and restart it. It's kind of relieving to me that someone else is having this problem. Hopefully Chrysler can figure out what the deal is with this!!
Posted on Apr 03, 2010
Code 1495 = Leak Detection Pump Solenoid Circuit
Remove the connector from the solenoid (should be on the back wall, just to the drivers side of the air-hat). You will have the solenoid to check and the harness. What you want to measure is the voltage coming from the harness and the resistance of the solenoid.
Turn the key to the "ON" position but do not start the motor; the voltage at the connector should be at least 10V or more,.now, check the resistance of the solenoid (should be around 35 ohms).
Posted on Jun 03, 2010
Ok, if the actuator is faulty, and the dealer can confirm this, then you will need to source the part yourself and fit it if you wish to go down this route, or take it to an approved garage and get them to do this. Which one? Good, im glad you have stuck about, so we need to find you a replacement actuator; so let me see... urrrmmm... here is a place and its good old ebay
check it out, and this is the replacement part you will need if the dealer reckons it is this.
I would also get the cars ECU (computer) checked out, as what this enables is a full list and breakdown of all potential faults within the engine to be identified. This is quite costly to do at some places, but if you shop around your local area you should be able to find a competitive quote.
This forum I have found, seems to yield information that is well worth checking out, and it does sound to me like this is a generic fault with this make and model of car
Please do keep in contact, and I will do more digging around on this one, and will let you know when more surfaces
Hope to hear from you soon
Posted on Feb 28, 2011
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