The Chrysler Sebring has a anti-theft system that is integrated into the computer of the car. so.... it is a 10a or 15a fuse i believe and its kinda tucked under the drivers side, inside the dash. (don't take dash off) and (its in the foot well) its up and to the right if your looking at the pedals above the hood release it should have a diagram cover on it that's in teal /blue letters. Good Luck
A Chrysler Sebring does not have a reset switch.
There is no reset on a 1996 Chrysler Sebring.There is no reset on a 1996 Chrysler Sebring.
You disarm the alarm by unlocking the doors with the key or the remote.
It does not have a reset.
Chrysler vehicles are not equipped with an inertia switch.
The factory alarm is built in both the engine and body computers. There is no alarm box.
You disarm the factory alarm by unlocking a door with the key or use the remote.
Unlock the door with a key or use the remote.
hello, maybe at Chrysler dealer in your area.
Chrysler doesn't use fuel shut off switches
Key in driver's side, pass side, or trunk - turn to "unlock" position - stops the alarm
A 1996 Chrysler Sebring does not have a mass airflow sensor.
There is none. Chrysler does not use inertia/reset switches.the fuel shut off switch is under the backseat
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.
No. The body style changed for 2001.
A Chrysler Sebring convertible uses ATF+4.
The first Chrysler Sebring was a Coupe (hardtop) & was released in 1995, the Sebring Convertible didn't get released until the following year - 1996.
There isn't a single fuse that will disable the alarm. You need to have the system diagnosed to find the cause of the alarm setting off. The dealer's scan tool may be required.
On the turn signal indicator arm. Switch on the headlights, make sure the high beam is off, then pull out the rotating light switch.
It is internal to the distributor.
There is no reset
how to reset the antitheft alarm system in a 1996 Chrysler town&country lxi