hardly worth mentioning
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
79,956 miles

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2007 Chrysler Sebring Owner Comments

problem #10

Jan 072016


  • 108,000 miles


Interior dash lights flicker on and off at night, sometimes remaing off. As such, speedometer isn't illuminated, as well as other guages. I googled this condition and by the responses I saw, this is a widespread problem in the Chrysler Sebring and there should be an immediate recall before someone gets hurt from diverting attention from the road to the dash situation. This happens if the vehicle is stopped, moving, turning, on a city street and in highway conditions. It happens when traveling on smooth pavement or rougher conditions. The vehicle is in like new condition and has never been wrecked.

- Charleston, SC, USA

problem #9

Feb 032015


  • 181,080 miles
The contact owns a 2007 Chrysler Sebring. While driving 40 mph, the wipers and headlights became inoperable without warning. The vehicle was taken to the dealer where it was diagnosed and repaired; however, the failure recurred. The VIN was excluded from any recalls. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. The failure mileage was 181,080.

- Pensicola, FL, USA

problem #8

Jun 162015


  • 129,000 miles
The contact owns a 2007 Chrysler Sebring. While driving approximately 60 mph, the headlights and instrument panel lights dimmed intermittently. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. The failure mileage was 129,000.

- Trinity, NC, USA

problem #7

Jul 042014

Sebring 4-cyl

  • 69,000 miles


The electrical in the dash started flickering on and off without warning. Eventually it stopped working all together. I took it to a service dept I work at and they told me I needed to take it back to the dealer because they would have to rip the whole dash apart and replace it. That would cost me around $600. Seems like other people have had the same problem. Has this ever been a recall?

- Souderton, PA, USA

problem #6

Jan 032015


  • miles
Most recently the electronic throttle control light came on, the owners manual indicates that the vehicle may loose control of speed and cause an accident. Further research indicated that this was a common problem and that people have lost control of there vehicles and or been in accidents as they were unable to slow down or stop do to this issue. Many of the complainants on line were individuals with young children as I am and have serious concerns for injury or death. Local dealers had issues resolving the problem. My second issue which is also a common issue for Chrysler owners is that the instrument cluster lights go out and cease to work and you will not be able to see any of your instruments at night such as your speed, tachometer, gas gauge, engine temperature ect. This is a big safety concern as you can not see your speed at night or early in the morning when kids are going to school and reduced speeds are in affect, as well as being able to know if your running out of gas or car is overheating causing further damage. I did although find a recall for different models with gas gauge issues as a safety concern for running out of gas. This instrument cluster issue has to be far worse than the gas gauge recall as it causes the same concerns plus several more in just one problem. When I called the recall line they said that its not on the recall list but was able to confirm the gas gauge issue I attached below. Fuel gauge may overstate fuel level models : Chrysler Sebring, Dodge avenger engine, March 16, 2009 the began March, 2009. The Chrysler recall number is J02. I will be forwarding this complaint and posting to the executives of Chrysler as well as my local media, and insurance company for validity of my complaint. I hope to be contacted for this issue to be resolved.

- Newman Lake, WA, USA

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problem #5

Feb 012014

Sebring 4-cyl

  • 100,000 miles
The contact owns a 2007 Chrysler Sebring. The contact stated that the air bag warning light was illuminated. The failure recurred multiple times. Also, the contact stated that the front passenger side low beam fog light and rear passenger brake light failed to illuminate properly. The contact attempted to remedy the failure by replacing the bulbs. However, the failure persisted. The vehicle was taken to a dealer for a diagnosis. The technician was not able to diagnose or repaired the vehicle. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 100,000...updated 11/17/14 updated 12/02/14

- Riverview, MI, USA

problem #4

Jul 092014

Sebring 4-cyl

  • 62,000 miles


Driving down the highway at night and dash light started flickering and then went off. I understand this is a common problem on this type of car.

- Lake Alfred, FL, USA

problem #3

Nov 012013

Sebring 4-cyl

  • 86,000 miles
When turning on the headlights, the dash light (instrument cluster) will not come on right away. If/when the dash light does try to come on, it flickers and blinks. This is a hazard when driving at night as you cannot see your speed, gas limit or engine temperature.

- Plainfield, IL, USA

problem #2

Aug 012010


  • 64,480 miles
My 2007 chyrsler Sebring is stuck at work in park! it wont come undone. Did everything I thought would trigger it. Brake bulbs, tire lock, gas cap etc etc. So my car is sitting in my work garage until I find out how to fix it.

- Little Elm, TX, USA

problem #1

Sep 152009


  • miles
Highway safety there are millions of autos on the U.S. highways (and around the world), with headlight lenses that are foggy that is, no longer clear. The result is that the light from the headlights is dispersed more widely and not focused forward, for the driver to see the road ahead. For drivers going in the opposite direction, it results in blinding them. All of this can contribute to increased traffic accidents and deaths. The auto manufacturers have been allowed to get away with this terrible car design far too long. They must be required to use materials for the headlight lenses, that will not pit and abrade over time, thus retaining the clarity of original manufacture. Just look around at vehicles on the road. The process of deterioration begins when the vehicle hits the road for the first time. The plastic materials used gradually abrade due to wind, mud, salt, etc., etc. While there are processes that auto owners can use or have performed, to polish the lenses and reasonably restore the original clarity. Few do it because they either don't recognize the problem or do not want to spend the time/money to correct it. If the government can require such safety items as seat belts and air bags, it can require better materials for headlight lenses and save lives. Go back to glass this condition did not develop with the old sealed-beam headlights. Glass can be molded to any shape desired. The matter should have been addressed years ago. The NHTSA has been negligent in not doing something about this issue. Don't wait!! while I cannot specify a specific date of an accident or vehicle related to this problem, I have entered below, in order to get this message delivered. As I said just look at cars in your parking lot, even you own vehicle (unless it is only a couple of years old) and you will see what I mean.

- Penfield, NY, USA

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