shaking car

Asked by Dec 26, 2015 at 03:24 PM about the 2006 Chrysler Sebring Touring

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

What could cause my Sebring to
shake while driving?

7 Answers

Out of balance tire(s) ... wheel bearing(s).. misfire in engine... suspension parts... so much more. Do you mean entire car or just a vibration in steering wheel?

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Hi FordNut. Also don't forget to look for a broke or broken tires, a slipped belt inside a tire can really give your can a bad case of the shakes.

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Very true. Thanks. And Hi back at ya, hope you had a good Christmas, and some feedback from Alexisnchris would help.

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Hey fordnut all of them are possible but if the motor is shaking bad causing the car to shake it could be a bent push rod

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All due respect Sharri01_ the 2006 Sebring Touring car is a 2.4L DOHC that does not have pushrods

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Okay so my bf's mom bought a 2008 Chrysler Sebring about a month ago and now it's starting to shake my I checked the oil and it was low so I added more and it's still shaking I went to O'Reilly's and got it checkchecked and it said cylinder 1 misfire and I dont know what it means please help


Misfire on number 1 cylinder can mean a number things, bad spark plug, plug wire, injector, intake leak, valves not sealing, low compression. So if your DIYing it then check the compression on number one if its good then repalce the plug and plug wire and see if that helps, anything deeper will require special equipment.

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