Question about 2005 Chrysler Sebring Conv
I have a 2005 Chrysler Sebring Sedan. For the past 2 months I have had a problem that nobody seems to be able to solve. When the engine is off, a fan-like sound comes from under the hood. I know that there is a fan that will cool the engine after the ignition is off. However, this is where my problem is. Some days it will run off and on, at different intervals until my battery dies. After jumping the car off, it will run fine. Some days it does it and some days it doesn't. It will do it for several days in a row, then it will go two weeks without doing it at all. When the "fan" is running, I have pulled all of the relays one at a time and the "fan" continues to run. I am not sure what is running exactly. The part that the sound comes from is on the underside of the engine in the very front of the car and is connected to one hose. The high speed and low speed relay's have been replaced, but the fan continues to blow so I believe its not the radiator fan. The battery continues to die! Please help!!
Its ur air injection pump relay!!!! yay my mechanic just fixed mine!!!
Posted on Apr 19, 2010
A little bit confusing.... though interesting...
when the fan noise is coming please open the hood and physically see if the fan is working.....
What I see is that the thermostat connected to the fan needs to be replaced.
BUT first see physically if the fan IS making the said noise.
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
ok heres the simple version its alot of work
remove hood put someplace safe
disconnect all wireing and mark off with masking tape and marker
****** you need car lift ******
remove all plastic part molding from engine
find the engine hoist holes for chain to hook to
this is a unibodi design so the whole front chassis drops down
unbolt the chassis make sure to have the chasis blocked and stable
lift car while chasis stays on floor engine tranny and every thing inside hood comes down on the unibody this is how you remove an engine from a sebring
or you take to the dealer spend the doe cause you got a nice car and have it done right
Posted on Jun 13, 2008
anything bigger that a 17" or 18" would require modifying the fenders and unless you have that kind of money, i would stick with 17"s.....which MAY rub, depending on the size of the tires you have on those rims. if i remember right, that car had 15" by default.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
Some of the Sebrings have two filters(one is called a sock).The sock(which all sebrings have) is located in the fuel tank itself on the pump module.If this model is the JXI then the external filter is located on the belly of the car between the tank and drivers rear seat. I hope I could help!!!
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
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