need help, my 07 chrysler sebring does not start, cranking over.

Asked by Sep 19, 2013 at 07:16 PM about the 2007 Chrysler Sebring

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i have tried checking the battery, the transmission, the fuels and everything is ok. it just dont start cranking over.

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sounds like a ground wire to the starter or starter relay. If you get power to all other accessories then that would be my guess. The worst thing that it could be is if you hear the starter click click. and the engine does not turn over. it's either the starter solenoid or dare I say it. a frozen engine.

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This car has a chip/smart key,if this problem has gotten worse over time stalling,making you wait for a bit and then running the key needs replaced,skim reader may need reprogrammed. Any exposure to microwave,or anti theft deprogrammers like at wal mart or such.

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If the car turns over and engine sounds normal, listen for fuel pump when key is first turned on no slight buzzing check ecm fuse,if fuse good,take a rubber mallet and bang on tank bottom and see if buzzing.from tank starts, engine should start. And pump will need replaced. I highly recommend oem pump being cheap w your investment will only make problems worse,especially if a cheap pump fails and paying.someone to.drop.tank twice will piss you off

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I have a 2007 sebering put new battery ran for a week now it goes dead nothing comes on turn key nothing don't ever buy a car like this only had a year I'm paying 7000 and put on 1500 just in working on it I hate this car will lose my job it I can't fix it

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