Question about 1998 Chrysler Sebring
It really sounds like a hydraulic pressure problem,sorry,but it does,when the vehicle is cool,the fluid is thicker,and when it starts to warm,well,it thins and looses hydraulics,a rebuild would be needed to solve the problem,but you can try a fluid change,but most likely would not help.
Posted on May 04, 2010
Fist check the transmission fluid levels. If the fluid levels are good you have a transmission problem. I suggest you take it to a qualified automatic transmission mechanic as the tools to fix it cost more than a rebuilt transmission.
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