Transmission Pump problems of the 1996 Chrysler Sebring

One problem related to transmission pump has been reported for the 1996 Chrysler Sebring. The most recently reported issues are listed below.

car   Transmission Pump problem 1
Failure Date: 10/11/2001

I have had so many problems with this car. The car looks very nice on the outside but has many issues on the inside. This car has cost me a fortune since my warranty went out at 75,000 miles. I have replaced brakes, rotors, and drums almost every year. This is very costly (over $350 every time). My transmission failed on me twice, once under warranty and the other without a warranty. I spent over $1,000 for repairs to replace a gasket, o-ring, and transmission pump. My O2 sensor failed twice. When I try to adjust my mirrors with the button on the driver side, the mirrors won't respond at all. I constantly hear a knocking noise from the engine. The service advisors at the dealership continue to tell me that Chrysler cars sounds like that. That's normal. All the tings I have shared with you are just some of the things I have experieced. In my opinion, this car will put you in a bad financial situation. It's not worth the trouble. I traded mine for a more reliable car (a german car).

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