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2001 sebring 2.7l runs perfect ice cold but as

2001 sebring 2.7l runs perfect ice cold but as it warms up it runs progressively ruffer until it stalls, plugs turn black, it will run longer if i disconnect the temperature sensor

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Your temp sensor is the fault. Replace it and problem solved.

The sensor is telling the ECU (brain) that the engine is cold even when it is hot.

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Lloyd

Posted on Dec 09, 2009

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