Chrysler Sebring Model Overview
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I Have 2001 Chrysler Sebring Convertible Car Wont Start Clicking Sound
i replace the fuse in car it was very weak didn't wanna start at first but it started after that the problem is now it keeps blowing the fuses work till 2 weeks everything was fine and running and n...
1999 Chrysler Sebring Top Won’t Go Up Manuel Switch Where
I have a 1999 Chrysler Sebring top will not go up is there a Manuel switch that I can flip to make it go up
Power Windows Not Working
The only window that works is the drivers window. No other ones will go down using any of the switches, not on their doors or the drivers controls. Please help!
No Dash Lights
When I turn on my headlights my dash lights won't work.
1996 Chrysler Sebring LXi Coupe Backs Up Real Slow Or Not At All
I hit a pot hole in the payment on the passenger side front that bust my tire and rim got another rim and tire but couldn't back up over the ramp humps had to be pushed off of it. The car drives good ...
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Chrysler Sebring Overview
The first Sebring was introduced in 1995 as a replacement for the discontinued Lebaron model in Chrysler's midsize slot. The initial 1995 model was a coupe, and a convertible version followed in 1996. In 2001, Chrysler also applied the Sebring name to a new midsize sedan, filling the void left by the Cirrus.
The new sedan was built upon the same JR platform as the Cirrus, while the coupe's foundation was shared with the Mitsubishi Eclipse. The coupe vanished after the 2005 model year, and the convertible will not be available in 2007.
Significant changes this decade include a mid-generation styling refresh in 2004 and a complete redesign in 2007. The new Sebring shares the Mitsubishi GS platform, but its primary basis is the Airflite concept car. Many of the new styling details are similar to that of the Crossfire sport coupe.
The Sebring became the first Chrysler model to feature the Harman Kardon audio and navigation combination system. Refered to as MyGIG, this comprehensive package includes real time Sirius-generated traffic reports, a 20GB hard drive, and a USB upload.