Chrysler Sebring owners have reported 25 problems related to ignition (under the electrical 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 2008 Chrysler Sebring convertible. The contact stated that the trunk bolt, lug nuts, springs and the metal area around the trunk were abnormally corroded. Additionally, the contact stated that when attempting to start the vehicle, the key would become stuck in the ignition. The contact also mentioned that the rear windows and the sub roof failed to open. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure. The failure mileage was 47,489. Djr.
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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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I buy this car on April 2011, he was working good but I take the car to program the pager to open doors and trunk to bakersfield Chrysler dealer, they did not program the pager but they change the shift part who was on recall, from that moment to this date the car works for two or three days and stop, I change already the spark plug rotor distributor cap, camshak sensor, ignition relay, wires and distributor, and the car continue stop. I used all my money I'm disable and have vehicle to move.
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2001 Chrysler Sebring. The problem began with the car being difficult to start. Eventually the car's engine shut off while traveling at 55 m. P. H. The ignition key transponder was deemed the culprit. Several months after repair, the starting problem reappeared. A dealer worked on the car, doing what I do not know, and the problem was solved, for awhile. The next manifestation came with the radio flashing off, headlights remaining on and then extinguishing themselves and dash warning lights blinking. I gave up on repair. These problems have been ongoing for two years. Type "sebring electrical problem" for a computer search revealing numerous similar complaints.
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As of Sunday (7/20/08), I was driving and my engine cut off (no warning), power steering & breaks locked up. . . . I lost control of my car. After my car came to a stop I attempted to re-start and it failed. I then placed the car in park, took the key out of the ignition, put it back in and the car cranked up. I drove it to the dealership Monday (7/21/08) morning and got it back later the same day with zero help. They said nothing came up when they hooked it up to the computers. So if it happens again to let them know. That Chrysler had no recalls or reported issues for this problem. I went on-line yesterday and learned a recall has been issued visiting other websitesincluding yours (recall number: 08v152000) and its not posted on Chryslers website. I called Chrysler to notify them that I have 2008 Sebring and need to be included on this recall and that I hadn't received a notice. They said there was no recall and im out of luck. I then called the tallahassee, FL dealership back and told them all the information I found online and that I don't feel safe driving the vehicle and I don't want to end up as a statistic on the side of the rode. The dealership then said for me to bring the car back so they can look at it again. I'm currently driving a rental.
I have a chry Sebring 2003 concerning issue- able to turn off the car and pull the key out of ignition while car is still in gear. This happened on several occasions and the car rolled while I was getting out. Lucky there was no injury involved but this is very dangerous and could led to serious injury. There should be a safety feature that does not allow the key to come out while the car is still in gear.
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My vehicle in may 2006 starting showing signs of ignition failure. My check engine light remains on while I am driving the vehicle. When I attempt to turn off vehicle off,it remains on for at least 15 minutes or longer until I can get it to turn off w/o the key in the ignition. This means my car is drivable w/o a key in the ignition. This car started having problems at 29,000 miles. The hood of the vehicle gets extremely hot. According to the recall reports which states that a break in molding in the fuel pump can lead to ignition failure which is a safety hazard and can cause a fire. My car has been in the shop 3x in less than 5 months. Ancira Jeep Chrysler has failed to fix this problem and has continued to charge me for a fuel pump, cam sensor, and ignition. I picked up my car from the dealership just a few days ago and not even 10 min later when I got home the problem was still occuring but worse. My car is in the shop as we speak and I have yet to hear feedback unless I call; even then, they can't give me an answer. The service advisor called me to ask me how to turn my car off, there is a huge problem when a certified dealership w/mechanics is asking their customer how to fix their car. I should not have to pay at all, this is a defective product and the service and quality I have recieved is unacceptable. I was not provide transportation for there errors and I am relying on others for transportation.
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Consumer received a recall notice in March for the transaxles floor shifter ignition park interlock. Consumer tried to make an appointment for the dealership. The following Saturday the car popped out of gear and hit a pole. The whole front end of the car was totaled. The passenger seat belt did not lock, and the both air bags did not deploy. Chrysler sent someone to look at the car, the Chrysler investigator said that everything looked fine. Consumer had to call him back from Chrysler after he came and looked at the car. Chrysler investigator sent a letter to the consumer stating that the incident did not look like it was a result of the recall.
See all problems of the 1997 Chrysler Sebring.
Recall campaign concerning transaxle floor shifter ignition/park interlock, consumer request this part to be install. Since the installation of the transaxle floor shifter ignition/park interlock recall, the power top switch on the console did not seat properly and other prolems were; the service engine light had illuminated, a groan would be present in the front end when making a right turn, when going down hill or when braking fast. The consumer stated he was able to remove the key from the ignition even when the gear is not in park.
The contact owns a 1999 Chrysler Sebring. The contact stated that the key does not always turn when inserting it into the ignition. This frequently prevents her from operating the vehicle. She took the vehicle to the dealer twice and they replaced the ignition lock cylinder both times at the cost of $400 each. The contact is in the process of notifying the manufacturer. The failure mileage was 72,640 and current mileage was 80,000.
Vehicle stalls regularly after taking it through car wash. Dealer has replaced spark plugs and spark plug wires. Has not stalled since these were replaced.
While traveling and without any indication engine would stall. Vehicle has been serviced. Technician stated distributor cap needed to be replaced. The manufacturer's technical bulten states that the problem could be due to excess solder between the coil out put terminal and coil cover plate.
See all problems of the 1996 Chrysler Sebring.
The key gets stuck in the ignition. Nlm.
Dealer work on all problems/I believe pohanka sold me a lemon car and dealer wants brake engine down and don't want to fix they original start working on my car.
Ignition system replaced, consumer could not get key into switch. Mjs.
Consumer has had several problems with vehicle. Brakes do not work, they grind and the pads keep wearing and have to be replaced, dealer stated the problem was with the calipers. Water is leaking into the vehicle due to sunroof being cut too short during recall 99i004, consumer feels there might have been previous problems with water leaking due to a rusted fuse. Speedometer does not work. There is a transmission leak. Air conditioner does not work. Engine light is illuminated. Windows still don't work properly. Mirrors do not work properly after recall 97v015. Vehicle gets poor gas mileage, dealer stated the spark plugs were burnt and fouled, spark plug wires were breaking down and arcing in tubes causing a build up in the throttle body.
Driving the vehcile at 60mph, vehcile lost all fuel while driving , had no fuel going into engine.
Safety interlock system is jamming, cannot get key out of ignition.
When the vehicle is in motion, the vehicle cuts off, causing the consumer to have an accident.
The key could not be removed from the ignition when in the park position. The dealer was notified and indicated that the component was recalled but the consumers vehicle was not included due to VIN.
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Key can come out of ignition when vehicle is put in all gear position, causing the vehicle to roll away if it is parked on any type of incline.
When pressing on the accelerator the car stalls, took to dealer four times, can't find problem . Please describe .
Vehicle acts like it wants to stall when accelerating or decelerating around 5-10mph(intermittant). Had to dealer 3 times and kept overnihgt on one occasion and found nothing. Note(using 87 octane).
While driving on highway engine check light illuminated, indicating a malfunction within system, and suddenly vehicle completely shutdown. Please give any further details.
The vehicles distributor was defective causing the vehicle to suddenly hesitate. Nlm.
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|Horn Assembly problems||
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|Instrument Panel problems||
|Car Will Not Start problems||