Question about Chrysler Sebring
Hmmm.... they previously tested the fuel and said it was OK, but later said it wasn't?
A fuel system flush (did they charge you for this service?), switching spark plugs, cleaned fuel injectors. Now they are saying no warranty?
I would be flying off the handle at this point.
You took it in originally and expected a repair at that point. They had their chance to repair it the first time and do it right. Apparently they did not do that for you.
Now it's #1 injector stuck open flooding out the engine. Did they do damage when they flushed the injectors? Possibly.
I would say that they are responsible to fix your car properly at this point, and under warranty too.
A hint about a lawyer may help things along.
I hope you are able to reach a satisfactory repair in this case.
Is there another Chrysler dealer nearby you could take your car in the future? I don't think I would take my car to a shop like this one.
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Posted on Nov 14, 2010
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