I have a 1997 CHRYSTLER SEBRING 4 cylinder and as i was driving down the road my car started putting and cut off i crunked it up it started for a few seconds an cut rite back off plzz help me

Asked by Mar 07, 2015 at 06:52 PM about the 1997 Chrysler Sebring

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Check the fuel line, fuel filters, and then have an obd scanner check for codes. Could be ignition switch, crank sensor, various modules, even an ignition immobilizer. Too many places to check but start with the cheap and simple from under the engine hood and then work back. Modules are expensive to replace and can't be returned if not needed. Most times its something really cheap to replace or fix if you are handy.

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