really awful
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
300 miles

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2004 Chrysler Sebring Owner Comments

problem #2

May 292006

Sebring 6-cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • miles


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 jeepchrysler 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.

- San Antonio, TX, USA

problem #1

Mar 202004

Sebring 6-cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • 600 miles
Vehicle - 2004 Chrysler Sebring convertible, limited delivered new - November 2003 purchased used - March 2004, 600 miles on vehicle, original owner deceased, purchased from estate the vehicle has a vibration problem between approximately 45 - 60 mph. It has been serviced by a Chrysler dealership five (5) times and by a Goodyear company owned distributor three (3) times. The tires have been force balanced several times and then replaced with new Goodyear assurance comfortread tires. These tires have been force balanced several times by both Chrysler and Goodyear with no acceptable level of positive impact towards resolution. The vibration continues to date. Is there a vibration problem in all such vehicles? we have been unable to resolve this vibration. The vibration continues with the vehicle engine turned off and the car coasting in neutral. In this condition, the vibration can be felt all the way down to a speed of approximately 35 mph.

- Orlando, FL, USA

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