About Chrysler Sebring
Chrysler Sebring is a line of upscale mid-size vehicles manufactured by FCA US LLC from 1995 to 2010. The first Chrysler Sebring was introduced as a coupe in 1995. It was the successor of Chrysler LeBaron coupe and predecessor of Chrysler 200. The main vehicle types it offered were coupe, convertible and sedan. It in all had been produced for three generations.
In 2001 model year, the second generation Sebring (ST-22/JR; 2001-2006) was introduced. There were seven trim levels available: Base, GTC, Limited, LX, LXi, Touring and TSi. As in different vehicle types, sedan and convertible got power from 2.4 L, 2.7 L inline 4-cylinder engine mated to 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic transmissions while coupe was powered by 2.4 L inline 4-cylinder and 3.0 L V6 gasoline engine mated to same transmissions as sedan and convertible. As early as 2006, the third generation Sebring (JS; 2007-2010) entered production for 2007 model year. It then only offered four trim levels including Base (replaced by LX since 2008), Touring, Limited AWD and Limited. Most engine and transmission options were carried over from previous generation except the new 3.5 L V6 gasoline engine and 6-speed automatic and manual transmissions.
Chrysler Sebring Common Problems & Maintenance Tips
Although it is a natural process that Chrysler Sebring will slowly go bad, however, in order to ameliorate this process, we conclude some common problems happened and provide some maintenance tips for you:
First, engine failure. This problem is the most complained by Sebring vehicle owners. Some said it was overheating caused failure. People could see coolant leaking externally from below the exhaust manifold as well as white smoke from the exhaust pipe or bubbles in the radiator or coolant overflow tank. As for overheating caused engine failure, you can check if cylinder head gasket is blown. As for other engine failures, you can check air filter, distributor or oil cooler.
Second, electrical issue. It is not a rare issue on most modern car as electricity is more convenient power resource. According to Sebring owners, A/C switch is most fragile part. If your A/C system is cut on and off rapidly as well as could not get cabin cool down or A/C compressor does not work at all, you may need to replace A/C pressure switch. If your A/C parts keep overheating and certain settings could not work or work intermittently, you may need to check the A/C control switch.
Maintenance should be a routine work for vehicle owners, as it is closely related with your driving experience. Windshield wiper or wiper blade helps to sweep off dirt, raindrop or any visible parts on windscreen to provide clear driving vision. It should be replace regularly often once a year in hot environment and every half a year in humid driving conditions.
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