2003 Chrysler Sebring 6 cyl Two Wheel Drive Automatic A/C Proble
Air Conditioning problem 2003 Chrysler Sebring 6 cyl Two Wheel Drive Automatic
After I recharged my A/C one day with the little freon cans you get from walmart that has the built in hose and gauge, my a/c blows extremely hot now, before I charged it, it was mild cold but now it blows hot, when I switch over to heat it blows even hotter.
When I turn on my a/c I can hear my compressor kick on and the freon lines are cold and building up condensation, I cant figure out what is wrong with the damn thing... Any sugguestions?
Also, I had an autozone employee check my freon levels and they are properly charged so it is retaining the freon.
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had a similar problem with older car. turned out it was my gas tank was not letting in air to replace the gas i was using as i drove. if you loosen gas cap and problem is solved, search for blocked fuel return line to the tank.
repair/replace gas tank if it is seriously 'caved in'.
first of all, a 2.5 is a 4 cyl.. I noticed you stated it was a 6 cylinder, 6 cyl. are 3.0. it is important to know if it is a 4 or 6 cyl to correct this type of problem. this problem is either carburetor related or something the fuel line. try losening the gas cap and the drive to see if this corrects problem. could be vapor locked......mike
Very simple!!! I posted this under how to bleed the steering system in the "Tips" section....you can do this yourself and is very easy.
Sebring Coupe And Avenger
Check the power steering fluid level, and add if necessary.
Use only MOPAR ATF PLUS automatic transmission fluid type 7176, DEXRON II automatic transmission fluid, or equivalent, in the power steering system.
Raise and safely support the vehicle to lift the front wheels off the ground.
Manually turn the pump pulley a few times.
Turn the steering wheel all the way to the left and to the right 5 or 6 times.
If bleeding is attempted with the engine running, air will be absorbed in the fluid. Bleed only while cranking the engine.
Disconnect the ignition high tension cable and, while operating the starter motor intermittently, turn the steering wheel all the way to the left and right 5-6 times for 15-20 seconds. During the bleeding procedure, make sure the fluid in the reservoir never falls below the lower position of the filter.
Connect the ignition high tension cable, then start the engine and allow it to idle.
Turn the steering wheel left and right until there are no air bubbles in the reservoir. Confirm that the fluid is not milky and that the level is up to the specified position on the dipstick. Also confirm that there is very little change in the fluid level when the steering wheel is turned. If the fluid level changes more than 0.2 inches (about a 1/4 inch), the air has not been completely bled. Repeat the process.