Question about 1998 Chrysler Sebring
Sounds like a momentary loss of all ignition. As a do it yourself project....Being Very Careful....raise the hood, engine idling transmission in park, try pulling and pushing some of the wiring connectors on the engine and firewall to see if you can create the problem. Take care not to disturb any accellerator linkage or chains.
I had similar problem in an earlier Buick....it was a large cable and plug thru the firewall. Good luck and again CAREFUL ! Paul
Posted on Sep 07, 2010
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