If the squeeling is under the hood it is probably the AC belt. If the defroster is on the AC is on. Just tighten the belt. If the squeeling is under the hood it is probably the AC belt. If the defroster is on the AC is on. Just tighten the belt.
It started in the Late-Third or Early-Second Millennium B.C., the actual "blowing" of glass using a tube did not occur until sometime in the First century BC.
What or why? either a wire harness has become disconnected, a fuse blown or you have an older model with vacuum lines to direct the flow of air and this system is failing. the defroster is the default setting for the direction of flow and with out power or any other force applied to direct the flow, this is where it stays. this is all the info i can give without more from you.
Since the Sebring has spark and compression , check the crank sensor, and the timing belt. If the timing has jumped or the sensor is bad then the engine will not start.
Start and stall out, possibly. Not start at all, not likely.
Turn the AC or the Defroster off.
Jump start car and ensure battery and alternator are good.
If you have the defroster on, the ac comes on automatically.
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You hook the cables to the jump start posts that are under the hood on the driver side. They are marked with a + and -.
engine have spark and fuel pressure and still will not start
Start with 4.5 and check the dipstick.
Is is blowing hot air on the drivers side, or nothing at all? If it is blowing hot air even though you have the thermostat set on cold - it could be the heat actuator. It will occasionally do this after about 75000 miles or so. Mine started at 114000 miles and if you turn it off and turn it back on - it will start blowing cold again...$400 repair. Hope this helps.
Started is the past tense of start.
Started is the past tense of start. The future tense of start is will start.
I had one in a 1999 Sebring JXI. It would start flashing when the engine was hot and at idle. I removed the plug from the sensor and cleaned up the connections. It was good for about 6 months, but then started up again. I found that it was better to use 5-30 weight oil and now it only flashes when the oil is dirty.
Blowing black smoke is indicative of an oil leak in the engine.
If the old part had failed, yes.
If you are looking for a reset switch, Chrysler does not use those.
No you do not.
Very likely the starter is bad.
Because you didn't charge the battery.
Hook the battery charger to the jump start posts under the hood.
A dirty fuel filter or fuel pump failure.