Three problems related to other fuel system have been reported for the 2004 Chrysler Sebring. The most recently reported issues are listed below.
After accelerating from a stop at a traffic light, the car accelerator or throttle began to stick and accelerate intensely, going up to 80mph with the brake engaged. I pulled off the main road, continuing to brake as hard as I could until I was able to safely shut down the car. I had no control over the car and narrowly avoided a serious accident. Prior to this incident, my car has had every service recommended by the manufacturer manual.
I have a 2004 Chrysler Sebring. The car will start at times fine with no problem, but sometimes it will start and than turn off immediately. This problem has happened more than once. The car will also sometimes not even turn on at all.
My car, 2004 Sebring sedan with 19,000 has had a surging problem for several months. As I,m coming to a stop, with my foot on the brake, the car will surge forward as if I was giving it gas. On 10/28/04, I've had the car examined coon rapids Chrysler dealership mechanics and was told they found nothing wrong with it outside of misfires in three cylinders. They said they road tested the car and did not experience what I experience every day during every stop. I was told they reset the pcm as this is what manufacturer recomends. When I left the dealership, I experienced the same surging from the very first stop and all the other stops during the fifteen mile drive home. Nextweek I'll take it to another dealer and see if they can fix this. I've noticed that mycarstats. Com has numerous complaints regarding this problem and the dealers/manufacturer appears to not dealing with it. I've come very close to rear-ending cars during my travels. I expect the surge and prepare for it but there has to be a fix.