Question about 2004 Chrysler Sebring
Check for exhaust leaks.Look for any cracks in catalytic converter or muffler at the inlet and outlet or holes in the pipe. With the car running and the hood open you should be able to pinpoint the general are the sound is originating from. Check the exhaust manifold bolts. Are any broken off, missing or partially backed out?
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