Question about 2001 Chrysler Sebring
First of all if your system was low on refrigerant there is a leak.You can recharge and exspect the air to work,how long it will last depends on the size of the leak.Somtimes the refrigerant can have a leak prevenative but this is for very small leaks.You need to have dye put in to system and use black light to find leak.they make kits at your local auto parts store that you can buy and do this your self.If you say it worked well for about 20 days, that is a fairly large leak.The reason why the compressor is acting so erractic is because the freon has oil in it and lubracates the bearings in compressor.When the system goes low the compressor will turn on and off to protect itself.Eventually it will stop running completly.Idont think you have an electrical problem,Ithink you have a big leak.Try what I said and good luck....Brian
Posted on May 27, 2011
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