2002 Seabring Lxi 3 liter v6 wont start change out crank censor and distbutor turns over

Asked by Mar 26, 2015 at 09:58 PM about the 2002 Chrysler Sebring LXi

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Can it be the chip in the key

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Could be key, could be something with the anti theft if you have it. You may also have a bad fuel pump relay or a bad fuel pump. Have you checked for fuel and spark yet?

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Yes I still have no spark

I have fuel no spark


Dose your car have a ASD auto shut down sensor and do u hear the fuel pump kick in when u turn the switch on


Have you checked your ASD relay?


OK I see now u have fuel if you have the ASD sensor pop the cap off of it and put the contacts in with something that will not fall out and try starting it if not you may need a coil pack


If you changed out your Crank sensor, you should change out your Cam sensor also. Do you have a check engine light on?

Yes after changing the crank sensor why won't the computer clear the codes dose that mean the computer is bad


No, what codes is it giving you now?

335 and I forgot the other One I was told that one was for the crank and the other the cam but they are both new the won't clear keep coming back


Check out this link. Sounds like what you have going on. http://www.2carpros.com/questions/2002-chrysler-sebring-02-sebringno- signal-coil-therefore-spark-plugs-replaced-cam

i have 2000 lxi sebring 2.5 L engine when it gets hot and I shut off the key and try to stort it 5 min. later it won't start shot some starting fluid in breather tube then it started could somebody please help me with this problem


Rrbarusa, change out your Engine Coolant Temp sensor. See if that fixes the issue.

335 340 codes keep coming back change out crank and brand new Distributor codes came back is it the computer help please


No, has a shop cleared the codes? Have you tried taking off the negative battery cable for a couple hours and see if the codes will clear?

No but I have a scanner to clear them where is the AS D realay


Should be under the hood in the fuse box. If not you will have to call the dealer and ask them where it is. Some models have the ASD located in the Power Module. If it's in there, you will have to get a new power module. Did you replace the Cam sensor? http://www.ehow.com/how_8725206_reset-asd-sebring.html

Code p 180 now

Code Po 183 now


That code for Chrysler comes up as fuel tank temp sensor high voltage. Never heard of one before. Tried to research the part and can't find anything. Must be dealer only.

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