Question about Chrysler Sebring
HI. This is defiantly going to be a TCM issue. With that said; you will need to have the engine PCM scanned for the appropriate codes. This scan will isolate which module has failed. There may be some solenoid pack issues, as well. This is why the scan results are needed, at this time. I suspect that there will be several codes stored in your engine CPU. They should be extracted with a scan diagnostic tool, asap.
There is nothing more you can do now but scan the CPU. After the codes are pulled, you can focus on the necessary repair details as stated in the scan print out. You will essentially be flying blind without those codes...
Have them pulled, asap...
Posted on Aug 08, 2010
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