Question about 2004 Chrysler Sebring
This is your check engine light. The light is indicating that the engine computer has detected a fault in the system. The computer uses a number of sensors to monitor what is happening with the engine and perhaps a few other systems in the car. A scanner is used to hookup to the computer thru a connector, usually under the dash by the drivers knees.
The scanner will read the fault codes stored by the computer. Many parts stores, such as Autozone and Advance, will provide a free scan of your car/truck. Your mechanic may have a more advanced scanner that can troubleshoot each code down to the component failure, but if you want to do it yourself (or perhaps with a little help from FixYa), write down the codes and look them up online. The following page lists the standard codes and their probable causes: http://alflash.com.ua/OBDII/EOBDcodes.pdf
This only gives you some ideas for troubleshooting. Let us know if you need help deciphering codes or troubleshooting your codes. When writing to FixYa, please identify your codes and provide information on any symptoms you are experiencing with the car/truck.
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