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Where are the weep holes located on the 1999 Chrysler Sebring Convertible JXi model Is anyone else having problems with water not draining properly?

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2006-05-24 09:18:58
2006-05-24 09:18:58

This is a fairly common problem. If you do a search at www.sebringclub.com in the "how to" section you should find your answer complete with pictures. Irritating isn't it. Anon

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