Question about 2007 Chrysler Sebring Sedan
It does seem to be fuel related. It could also be intake air related. Try changing your fuel and air filters. Put a bottle of Seafoam into your gastank with the next fill up as well. Seafoam will do great things for your fuel injectors. If this doesn't help, check for vacuum leaks (the vacuum hoses aren't held on with hoseclamps, check them to make sure they're not cracked around the union). If you continue to have problems look into the fuel pump and MAF Sensor (you don't have to buy new ones to check, you can check the resistance and voltage to see if they're being supplied with power).
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
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