Why did battery die when sebring 2001 convertable limited edition overheated currently 100° plus here spokane wa all gages stopped and car wouldnt shift up automatic tranny ABS light engine light and

Asked by Jun 27, 2015 at 12:52 AM about the 2001 Chrysler Sebring Limited Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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First off, why did it overheat? Did your water pump fail and your serpentine belt wasn't able to spin the alternator and other accessories? Did you have coolant all over the engine bay, electrical connections and wiring don't like getting wet.

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We believe the coolant was a little low and coolant/ water ratio wasnt correct (it is a very new purchase) nothing was wet under hood wouldnt shift gages quit indicater lights died at stop sign thank you

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I'd have the car scanned to see if you get an OBD fault codes.

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