Chrysler Sebring owners have reported 20 problems related to fuel pump (under the gasoline fuel system category). The most recently reported issues are listed below. Also please check out the statistics and reliability analysis of Chrysler Sebring based on all problems reported for the Sebring.
The contact owns a 2007 Chrysler Sebring. The contact stated that while driving at approximately 30 mph, the vehicle stalled. The failure occurred on several occasions. The contact also stated that there was a burning odor coming from under the hood. The vehicle was taken to a dealer where the battery, wires, fuel filter, spark plugs and the ignition switch were replaced but the failure recurred. The vehicle was towed back to the dealer, who diagnosed that the wires caught on fire and the fuel pump was damaged. As a result, the fuel pump was replaced and the vehicle was repaired. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 89,919.
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The contact owns a 2007 Chrysler Sebring. The contact stated that the vehicle failed to start and was towed to the dealer. The dealer diagnosed that the fuel pump was defective. The vehicle was repaired by an independent mechanic, who discovered that the wires that were connected to the fuel pump were burned. The manufacturer was not notified. The failure mileage was 138,000.
1999 Chrysler Sebring. Car was caught on fire due to power steering leak. The consumer also had a fuel pump issue. The repair shop stated the connections had burned at the fuel pump.
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I have a 2007 Chrysler Sebring. Recently within the last year the car would stall at stop lights and then later this week wouldnt start. Towed to the shop once and the vehicle started for the shop and was unable to diagnose the problem. So I drove this car throughout the weekend and had no issues with it. Monday morning my wife goes to get in the car and it wouldnt start had to have the car towed back to the shop. This time problem never went away. My shop where I took the vehicle started looking into the problem and found out the fuel pump connector had melted causing the fuel pump to stop working. My concern is that melting wires and connectors right around a fuel source could cause a deadly fire all it needed was a spark for the car to ignite with a child in the back seat. I know many other people have had the same stalling issues and I feel this is something that possibly needs investigated before someone loses their lives for a faulty wiring issue with these cars.
The contact owns a 2002 Chrysler Sebring. The contact stated that the check engine warning light intermittently illuminated. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic where it was diagnosed that the fuel pump was leaking. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure. The failure mileage was 150,000.
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The contact owns a 2007 Chrysler Sebring. While driving approximately 30 mph the engine stalled without warning. The engine restarted and the failure occurred continually while driving. The contact stated the fuel pump electrical connector and the fuel pump body melted. The diagnosed or repaired. The manufacturer was not made aware of the problem. The approximate failure mileage was 62,000.
I got ready to leave work and my car would not start. It kept turning but would not start. I had it towed from virginia to maryland to the dealership. After a diagnostic test it was discovered that the fuel pump pin melted out of the module. When I asked the dealer what causes the pin to melt, I was told that it was a wiring problem and that it could have possibly caused the car to catch on fire. I had to have it repaired and it was expenses. As I completed a search, I discovered that there were several other complaints regarding this same problem.
Engine cuts out while driving at any speed. Sometimes immediately resumes, sometimes car sits for up to 45 minutes to presumably cool off. Started to happen once per week, and within a few weeks was once per day. Presents a problem while driving at high speed on the highway or making local road maneuvers as power steering and power brakes loose power. Mechanic examined and concluded the fuel pump and or fuel pump wiring was faulty.
Tl-the contact owns a 2007 Chrysler Sebring. The contact was driving 55 mph when the vehicle stalled. The contact took the vehicle to a local mechanic where the mechanic noticed a faulty fuel pump connector that had melted from the sending unit. The mechanic replaced both the fuel pump and sending unit. The contact called the manufacturer but the manufacturer did not provide any assistance. The failure mileage was 78,229. Kmj.
Fuel pump leak.
The contact owns a 2005 Chrysler Sebring. While driving 55 mph, the vehicle completely lost power. When the vehicle shut off, the check oil light illuminated on the instrument panel. The vehicle was towed to a local dealer. She stated that the cause of failure was the fuel pump. The dealer stated that the parts were on back order and would not be available for a month. The dealer also stated that this is a major issue with this model of vehicle. The current and failure mileages were 45,000.
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: the contact stated at highway speeds, the vehicle stalled without warning, but restarted. The vehicle was taken to the dealership, who determined the wires to the fuel pump became hot and shut down the pump. The fuel pump and filter was replaced. Updated 2/16/2007 - the dealer reported that the fuel pump wiring was faulty.
Fuel pump failure.
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The contact owns a 1999 Chrysler Sebring convertible. While driving 30 mph, the vehicle suddenly stalled and almost caused a crash. The contact took the vehicle to the dealer, but they were unable to locate the cause of the failure. He believed that there may have been an issue with the fuel system. He removed the fuel tank from the vehicle and found burnt wires, which were controlling the fuel pump. The contact replaced the fuel pump wires and the fuel pump itself, but currently the vehicle will not start. He stated that the dealer overcharges him during every visit and they cannot diagnose the failure. The contact believes that it is a manufacturer defect that should be recalled. The failure mileage was 81,000 and current mileage was 110,000.
Fuel pump shorted out. After the fuel pump was removed from the gas tank, it was noticed that the wire harness was melted at the wire connector inside the tank. There was also some exposed wires on the outside of the fuel pump at that same wire connector. No work has ever been performed in this area.
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No summary listed.
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Fuel pump stopped functioning at 19,881.
Problems started even before the first payment was due. The transmission was replaced twice and still jolts when driving and slips out of gear. On the third occasion I was told by the service manager that it is normal for the Sebring's drive that way and it was not fixed. Over time the fuel pump has been replaced three times and still has the same problem. The roof has leaked. The doors shake. Automatic windows do not work properly. Both front seats do not lock into place. The key is difficult to remove on occasion. I have had two alignments done but the front end shakes when driving and has a rubbing/grinding noise. The car has 43,000 miles and I consider it unsafe and unreliable for long distances.
Due to a defective fuel pump line which shorted out and causing the fuel pump to burn, resulting in vehicle stalling unexpectedly, which could have resulted in a crash. Please provide further information.
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Passenger side belt retractor broke. Belt is stuck in same position & is not usable. Also, fuel pump is broke, will not accept fuel hose that puts fuel in vehicle.
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|Tank Assembly problems||
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|Fuel Hoses Lines/piping And Fittings problems||
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|Fuel Injection Rail problems||
|Fuel Delivery problems||
|Tank Filler Pipe And Cap problems||
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