Question about 1997 Chrysler Sebring
Two things to check for. Spark and fuel spay some fuel injector cleaner directly into the intake and if it want to start and shuts off you have a fuel delivery problem, probably a fuel pump or relay. If nothing happens check the spark . If you have no tools the old fashioned way of using a philips screw driver and attaching it to a plug wire and then putting it close to the block while it is turning over. Insulate yourself first. If you have no spark the usual reason on a Chrysler is the crank sensor, but it should be diagnosed before throwing parts at it.
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Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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