Question about 1998 Chrysler Sebring
Resetting the security code will not help the car start if you have a TPS (throttle position sensor) problem.
If the TPS is far enough out of position or has a faulty electrical connection then the proper voltage by the TPS cannot be read by the engine computer to thus calculate fuel mixture and spark timing.
Considering the rest of the DTC that you are seeing, it is highly suspect that you have a simple break in a wiring harness. Check your wiring and sheaths to all of your sensors up to and including any corrosion or breakage on the connectors, all the way back to the multi-connector on the computer.
Posted on Jul 08, 2010
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