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1996 Chrysler Sebring Consumer Discussions

that dont come from dealer do not work well in sebring. He ordered manufacturers motor and when he replaced old motor the car basically "rejected" it. It would not work with my computer so...

1996 Sebring LXi Sedan bought two months ago for $2500 with 103k: I love this car, but....(1) hard to get into gear when starting, either reverse or drive - have to jiggle it around and eventually it ...

1996 Sebring Hesitating (Misfiring) & sometimes Stalling:...

1996 through 1999 model year Chrysler Sebring Convertible and Plymouth Breeze...

i have a sebring convertible 1996 and i was wondering can i use 1996 sebring parts on it...

I had the same problem with my wife's 1998 Sebring conv, tried cleaning out the drain holes (located in front of rear tires near bottom of wheelwell area) to no avail. Co-worker with 1996 Sebring conv...

slip differential. Worse looking are the new Sebring and Avenger. Compared to the previous two generations of cars Stratus/Cirrus/Breeze and Stratus/Cirrus, the new midsize models look more Korean li...

This problem sounds familiar to our 1996 Sebring Convertible...All I know is we immediately traded in that one year old car, and the trade-in value got us a Civic...kinda sad to go from a big converti...

With the price cap I was given, I pretty much had to choose between the Chrysler cars (Concorde, Sebring, Intrepid) and the GM sedans (LeSabre, Regal, Bonneville). I could have also picked a Ford Esca...

Thanks Russell I followed the above directions above on my 1996 Sebring JX and I couldn't be happier with the result whole thing took about an hour from disassemble to reassemble....

I would look on Ebay for someone who rebuilds such things. I notice there was someone doing GM instrument clusters. Rebuilt should mean no future problems....

I too have the same problem, my 1996 Sebring Convertible heater blower heats up when I step on the gas or accelerator while in neutral. Reading through the many logs about this issue what about the B...

I have a 1996 Sebring with a 2.6lt engine. The car does not overheat, but starts leaking once it has started to cool off. It appears to be leaking from around the water pump, but I have been unable ...

I NEED HELP! I have a 1996 Chrysler Sebring Convertible JXI 2.5L...
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