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My 99 Chrysler sebring keeps shutting off when i drive. what can the problem be.?
change MAP sensor
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There is none. Chrysler does not use inertia/reset switches.the fuel shut off switch is under the backseat
You may want to check the heater blower resistor, its behind the glove compartment
Have engine computer tested
I have a convertible and had this problem. Fixed when i put the key in the driver side door and locked and unlocked it. It reset the alarm. Hope this helps.
What does it mean when the odometer keeps coming on and then going off in my Chrysler sebring 1997 convertible?
If only the odometer is going blank, the cluster assembly isfailing.
The check engine light is on in my Chrysler lhs and the engine keeps shutting off while im driving why?
there's a lot of things it could be. does the car i guess buck so to speak? if that is happening that could be an erg valve, it could be the O2 sensor if there's a stron…g smell of gas, it could need a tune up it could have something to do with the timing belt/chain. Your best bet would be to take it in to a shop and tell the guys whats going on with it and pay them 40-60 bucks to find the problem. Otherwise it can be hit and miss and a lot of wasted time and money.
I had this problem with my 99 durango (5.9 L engine). I replaced the PCM which helped, but the problem wasn't solved until I installed new spark plugs. Runs like a top now!
Why does an interior light keeping going on by itself in a 1988 Chrysler Sebring when your car is shut off?
Without any key ignition turned on, the problem is most likely the door switch - the one that is a small plunger and turns the interior lights on and off. It may be loo…se and fooling the lights into thinking that the door is open. Problem is most likely with the driver's side door too - the other one is used less often normally! Surely you have checked for a loose wire connecting that switch to ground - this would do the same thing. Good luck!
Both of the front wheels on my 99 Sebring have fallen off in the last year. Caused by failed lower ball joints.
As I am finding out due to my 99 dieing in Micky D's Drive through, 1st check the fuses in the fuse box under the hood. 2nd check fuel pump. Easiest way to do that is disconne…ct the Quick connection under the hood that leads into the fuel rail. Try to start car and see if gas flies out all over the place. :-0 if U have gas then on to 3rd. Check spark to the plugs. Pull on plug wire nearest you. Don't matter which one. Stick a Phillips screw driver into the plug socket. Have another person try to start the car. Be sure U have reconnected the fuel line and that all the gas has dried. Holding onto the plastic handle of the screw driver get the steel part near a ground source on the car. If U see spark then it should start. If no spark, on to number 4. Here is where I am. Need to check the ohms in the distributor. Buy a Haynes book and it will tell U how to do that. If that is good, 5th check is Crankshaft sensor. Not sure how to test it but the book will also show U how to remove it. Cam sensor and the Coil are built into the Distributor. If the crankshaft sensor is good then we would have to buy a new distributor even if it tested good. Hope this helps.
Chrysler doesn't use fuel shut off switches, the system is computer controlled with relays
Chrysler doesn't use fuel shut off switches
Loss of fuel (fuel pump) loss of ignition ( crankshaft or camshaft sensor or wiring)
The alternator is driven by the serpentine belt. Follow the belt around the engine and you will find the alternator.
The abs light stays on when there is a failure. It can not be shutoff until the problem is fixed. The trouble code in the computer isread with a scan tool. The abs light stay…s on when there is a failure. It can not be shutoff until the problem is fixed. The trouble code in the computer isread with a scan tool.
No, the fuel system is computer controlled with relays. No, the fuel system is computer controlled with relays.