moor will turn over but car wont start


Asked by Jan 29, 2012 at 04:32 PM about the 1996 Chrysler Sebring

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

HELP!! 96 sebring 6cyl motor turns over fuel pump is working but it wont start. Had timing belt replaced less than a month ago. Drove car @ 2 wks an it kinda cut out an cut off. Any idea what it may be or what can I check or try. It does have gas in it

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It can be a few things but one of them is either the fuel pump, and the other is the distributor. I had that happen on my 99 and I replaced the pump first, and then replaced the distributor and it was running afterwards. Both are easy to change. But also make sure to check the fuses too.

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Did You check for a spark? Also check Your crankshaft position sensor it may have a poor connection or a bad sensor that cuts in and out.

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Thank you, I changed the distributor and now the fuel pump works sometimes. Guess i will be changing that next.

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