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hardly worth mentioning
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 1
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
57,076 miles

About These NHTSA Complaints:

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2007 Chrysler Sebring accessories - interior problems

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2007 Chrysler Sebring Owner Comments

problem #4

Mar 062015

Sebring 6-cyl

  • 56,305 miles


While driving noticed the back of the drivers seat was getting very hot. Found a burn hole in back of seat about 3/8th of an inch. I was using the heated seats at the time.

- Trenton, MI, USA

problem #3

Dec 302014

Sebring 6-cyl

  • 134,000 miles
Having continual issues with lights on dash flickering: 2 repairs completed in last 18 months and still broke. Cosmetically, the car is crappy since the day I bought it; paint flaking off, tire rims have pitted, inside door handles flaking off paint too, among a few others. However, my heated seats burning through is what has me very irate! I was driving and had two adult passengers with me. Both of us in the front had the heated seats turned on returning home from running errands in the city 45 miles away. My passenger is 8 months pregnant and I have low lumbar issues, so heated seats are always used. We had both complained that we found it weird that if we made quick stops during our running, when we got back into the car and turned the heated seats on, it felt warmer than usual. However, if we were somewhere for a longer period of time, the seats didn't get terribly hot right away. The car sat for 48 hours before it was time for me to pack up and head back to my own home, when I noticed what I thought to be a stain on my seat (from my daughters dog thinking he was going with me). After trying to clean it and nothing happening, I touched it with my finger tip, only to find that it was a burn spot. If that would have caught fire while driving, I could have crashed! I could have killed my pregnant passenger, her hubby and her unborn baby! since today is a holiday, you can bet that I will be calling the dealership first thing tomorrow. I am the first and only owner of this car.

- Farr West, UT, USA

problem #2

Jun 012013

Sebring 4-cyl

  • miles
When my husband drives my car, he moves the seat back. When I drive my car, I move the seat forward. This action causes the airbag light on the dash to come on. When I move the electronically controlled seat forward/backward, the airbag light will "sometimes" go off. The NHTSA ref 07V240000 references a recall for the front seat track position sensor. I contacted Chrysler to see if my car is one that has been recalled. I'm told that it is not. I think it should be.

- Glen Burnie, MD, USA

problem #1

Dec 232010

Sebring 6-cyl

  • 38,000 miles
My 2007 Chrysler Sebring (38000 miles) had a complete burn through on the fabric of the front drivers seat while the heated seat function was turned on. The burn through was about 12 inches long on the vertical back part of the seat. This could have burned me or (shocked me?). shouldn't there have been a fuse that would have blown or some other safety feature to keep this heating element from continuing to burn through? I called my local Chrysler dealership and since my warranty ran out in April, they wouldn't even look at the car unless I gave them $89. This incident happened on 12/23/10. This whole burn through on the seat happened while the car was turned off!

- Chillicothe, OH, USA

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