Beautiful car, drives nice when it's not needing something. The failure mileage was approximately 150,000. Replaced all that and I'm still having the same issues. In essence, this is the second L. I've seen firsthand Toyotas that have had problems similar to what are described here - and Toyota is supposed to be the panacea of quality. If the horn is applied, it might also stay on for a period of time. Nevertheless, resale value has taken a hit due to the domestic automakers offering incentives over the past three years.
When I unlocked door with remote horn started to blow and would stop when steering wheel was pressed and then start up again for no reason. Plus, I felt safe in it because it had a large crash zone. Was asked to bring car back a third time. This site does not have any affiliation, recommend or make any representations, positive or negative, about the attorneys listed on this website or those to whom your inquiry is forwarded. I went for the same issues again and took them for a test drive to prove that the car pulls left and steering loses control. This car has left me, a single mom, stranded more times than I can remember. I asked him how that could have happened when my dash did not show check engine light.
I just want to sleep and not wake up. Here is a scenario for you. That is the first problem. Once I got it looking and running great I decided to put a top on it. I have had so many problems with this car. We buy from a company that takes our money and puts us through severe mental and aggravating abuse and denial that their autos are in serious need of re-evaluating and better product reliability to make sure people don't die or get hurt. Don't go to a dealer and get one.
It was what I could afford. This car loves the highway. My mechanic did unhook the horn for me which is a big safety hazard. This vehicle has many, many sensors and no one knows which one is bad, I have already replaced 3 or 4 sensors. All you can really do if you own one is keep it. The tire pressure issue is when I got the warning of low tire pressure 5 times in 2 months and I keep filling it with air but still goes bad again.
Nothing like the 4 wheel independent suspension on these cars that makes them feel like you're driving an indy suspension car! I've had 2 close calls with a vehicle coming into my lane and not being able to warn them by honking. Transmission filter comes with rubber gasket, so no fooling with silicone when you reattach the pan. Airbag section with horn was replaced with used part. I have been a Chrysler owner for many years but because the no concern for this issue by Chrysler makes it where I will never purchase another Chrysler product. Another time I beeped the horn in front of my house and the horn wouldn't stop. We have to fight for our right to be treated with dignity, like they did when they took our money. They stated that they changed the valve body.
I certainly loved that is was a convertible car. I replaced the thermostat switch anyways to see if that made a difference and it is still spitting up in the overflow, I have also tried refilling the system with the bleeder in and out and the car running and just sitting. It waited for the warranty to run out for these problems to occur. The computer went out shortly after I got it and in the end, the engine needed to be replaced. Complaint Number: 10379721 Incident Date: September 15, 2008 Date Added to File: January 31, 2011 Description of the Complaint: Horn keeps going off by it self. I went to the Chrysler website and discovered that the vehicle visited the body shop two times before being sold as brand new. I called roadside assistance, with a Jump the car ran fine.
This is the second time first time was when I bought the car used fuse had been pulled. Since Dodge refuses to take ownership of poor workmanship. Since this was not the first time that Chrysler took no responsibility - referring to the passenger mirror being worked on several times by the dealership without ever repairing the issue - I decided to never return to Chrysler again. If I hit the horn, nothing will happen until a couple seconds later, and then it won't stop. The car finally cost me 1 job so far and close to a second. I spent as much fixing the car as I paid for it. I contacted Chrysler on this matter and they were not concerned at all and no recall as of yet.
It blows when it is parked in the garage at home, when I am walking into work, when I am sitting at a red-light behind someone, and when I am just riding down the highway. The convertible has a similar powertrain hierarchy: the base model has the four, while the other three have the V-6 as standard. It's pretty good on gas and has been a very reliable car. They're a cruiser type car. Secondly, I get very good gas mileage compared to the Pontiac. Another simple job that I won't pay a shop to do.
However this car has him stumped. Essentially, Sebrings have either an inline-four or a V-6 mated to a four-speed automatic transmission. This assembly can not be taken apart for repair. What aggravates me is that I have had to replace the cluster twice. Both body types are reasonably roomy, with the convertible being one of just a handful of affordable four-place ragtops on the market and perhaps the most spacious of the bunch. I read a lot of post and it seems as they take the money, listen for a minute, and pretty much wring us like a wet cloth - go home and have no conscience at all while we pay, pay, pay, suffer, suffer.
No, there isn't this 8cyl hemi that does a hundred in 4 seconds. It'll sound with or without the keys in the ignition, today it went off when I put the key into the doorlock. But on July 22nd at 2pm in the hot afternoon of Pittsburgh, my car stalled at a very busy intersection as we wait for the green light. Honestly this car is a piece of crap. Just usually drive those into the ground and do the maintenance when you have to. Although the regular fill-up tanks are convenient, to do any other engine work is very difficult.