Question about Chrysler Sebring
Could be a shift solenoid gone bad, causing it to go into "limp mode".
Without a transmission technician to verify, it's kinda guesswork, but I've seen this exact problem before. In fact, I've had it happen to my wife's T & C van. If you're willing to gamble around $175, you can put it on yourself, as it's external to the transmission case.
Go to your local library and check out a vehicle specific repair manual for Chrysler Corp. transmission. It should fully outline what to do.
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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