Can someone help me diagnosis my car?

Asked by May 08, 2011 at 11:22 AM about the 1999 Chrysler Sebring 2 Dr JXi Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Car won't start,not getting fire.  I changed crank sensor,still wont fire.  Something is draining my battery and I'm not getting juice to distributor when key is on. Can someone please help?

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If something is draining your battery then you obviously need a new battery and also check the distributor there might be something wrong with it hope tht helps cuz idk much about cars

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I have just recently had this problem and I have changed my alternator and my starter and everything only to find out that it was my battery, have someone jump you and it should start right up. Also check the starter fuse because it may be blown as well. At least thats what was wrong with my car. Hope this helps.

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Check the relays and big orange fuses under the hood. Had asimilar problem, turned out one of the relays was grounding out, causing the battery drain (00 Sebring JXi convertible)

I had the same issues. But I didn't change the sensors. If you have no spark it's the distrubuter. I swapped out my fuel pump first with the same issues changed the distrubuter and it was running again within minutes.

Try the computer

Have a 200 0 Chrysler Sebring and having problems with the Fuel system. My car drives beautifully on t he highway but will cut off when you come to a stop. Have replaced fuel pump, fuel filter, regulator switch, gaskets and flushed the fuel tank. What do I need to do? Help me please.

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