Question about Chrysler Sebring
I would check tranny temperature sensor first thing; That would actually give you a different code, but it can cause different codes to show up as if it where a different problem. If that checks out ok, The other thing I would definately check is the circuits. From my 10+ years of experience the circuits can cause problems and throw more than one code. If all solenoids are ok and/or have been replaced, then the circuits or pcm is to blame. One bad solenoid wouldn't cause that many codes to show up.
Posted on May 29, 2010
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