Pressure test the cooling system to track the source of the leak.
Check spark plug wires, and voltage on the distrubutor.
Check the bulb and the flasher. Check the bulb and the flasher.
Im having the same problem on my 1995 Saturn SC2 DOHC The two middle plugs have no fire changed the coil still nothing Hope someone can answer this Im having the same problem on my 1995 Saturn SC2 DOHC The two middle plugs have no fire changed the coil still nothing Hope someone can answer this
try the moduel
check the coil pack
Yes, they still wear out. Most do last 100,000 miles though.
Check the ballist resister on fire wall !!!!
Not sure what other symptoms are present, but if this problem is accompanied by a smooth idle (normal idle) then it could be a bad speed (RPM) sensor. The RPM sensor is about $75 and is located off the camshaft on most Sebrings - your results may vary! Good luck.
try changing the spark plug wires also
Freeze plugs are still used in cars today.
Do a compression test to determine condition of engine internals
Have vehicle scanned to determine which coil is bad
i have changed out the crank sensor, and spark plugs. also i have checked power to the coil pack and still have no spark to the spark plugs. i changed the coil pack as well. i have fuel and i get gas thru the fuel rail. any help.
Try the battery. Sometimes it seems fine but it is really not.
The Sebring model car was first developed by Maserati, related or unrelated, afterwards Chrysler started making it. The Maserati Sebring convertable's last year was 1969, the Chrysler Sebring convertable is still in production today.
bad injector? or bad motor mounts or one contact in distrubutor is broken/dirty
Change crank shaft angle sensor ul get a spark
Tate and Sebring were a couple for a time prior to Tate's marriage to film director Roman Polanski. Supposedly, Sebring still had feelings for Tate but she only had eyes for her husband.
Yes, Chrysler still makes the Sebring convertible. You can see the 2010 model by visiting this website: http://www.chrysler.com/en/2010/sebring_convertible/ Yes, Chrysler even just came out with a 2010 Sebring convertible. You can read about this new car as well as the Sebring in general at http://www.chrysler.com/en/2010/sebring_convertible/innovations/conveniences/
Yes, you still need to make sure that the plugs are firing when it's their turn.
you have a bad Computer same thing happened to me
Have you changed the air filter too?
I got a 97 Firebird and had a heck of a time trying to get it running smoothly, jackasses at Autozone sold me Platinum plugs when it takes AC Delco Iridium plugs, changed those out along with the Wires and all was well. If you got Iridium plugs then make sure a wire isn't toasted, if you got Iridiums and your wires aren't toasted then go with new ignition coils. And if it still does not work, Throw it in the Gutter and go Get Another!