Chrysler Sebring owners manuals
- Automatic Transmission Can Have Shifting Issues
- Sensor Failure Inside Distributor May Produce Stalling/Starting Problems
- Clicking sound from the vent
- Water Leak caused by Plugged AC Drain
- Head Gasket Can Fail Prematurely
- Locked up WCM may produce engine cranking problems. ...
- Oil Leak Can Develop at Cam Sensor O-Ring.
- Oil Sludge Resulting In Engine Failure
- Horn Goes Off By Itself
The Chrysler Sebring is a range of mid-size vehicles that was marketed from 1995 to 2010 by Chrysler. Two generations of sedans, three generations of convertibles and two generations of coupes were built. Although the coupe shared the identical name, it was mechanically separated from the other Sebring models.
The Sebring series debuted in 1995 with the Chrysler Sebring coupe. It was the follower of the Chrysler LeBaron coupe. In 1996 the convertible was launched, following its LeBaron match as well. As 2001, both body styles were updated and a sedan model was available, substituting the Chrysler Cirrus. The coupe was abandoned after 2005 with no follower model prepared.
The updated sedan debuted in 2007, and a convertible next year. It was powered by a 2.4-liter four-cylinder producing 173 horsepower and 166 pound-feet of torque paired a four-speed automatic transmission. All Sebring models were followed by the Chrysler 200 for the 2011 model year.
Chrysler Sebring known problems
Some of the common problems or complaints owners have about the Chrysler Sebring are: