Question about Chrysler 2007 Sebring Touring
The knocking on acceleration, and the oil consumption indicate you probably have a failed big-end or conrod bearing in the engine. The classic test is to run the engine at a moderate idle and pull the plug leads off then replace them, in turn. If one shows a marked decrease in the knocking noise, that cylinder likely has a failed conrod bearing.
Positive diagnosis can be made by placing the car on a hoist and removing the sump. The suspect bearing cap is then removed. If the crankshaft bearing surface is not damaged, repair is easier, but mostly it will be scored, and then the engine has to come out.
I hope it is not this, but if so, it may be cheaper to just fit a reconditioned "short" motor.
Posted on Jan 03, 2014
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