I T boned a Jeep at 55, car held up beautifully, walked away from the accident. Looks good, comfortable, great sound system, excellent performance, reliability. I'm expecting high resistance in the inside door lock switches. It is very nice; just don't park under a sappy pine tree. My first Chrysler, a New Yorker,1990 was bought used when it was a year old.
Buying another Sebring to replace it. At 22,000 miles the bottom of the car began to feel like it was falling out, everything from the steering column to the struts have been replaced under this nightmare of a car. Yes Review Date: 7th March, 2001 Faults: I bought the car 07-03-98. The first is obvious: beautiful styling. The wind curls around the windshield just perfectly. A manual transmission was only available on the 2.
This will insure the integrity for hmmmmm. I also noticed that the paint was wearing off of the top of the molding on the door. My mechanic could not believe the low cost and speedy delivery of the two units. I just turn the temp to an optimal range so I don't get bothered. The were squealing incessantly and when I took the car in with only 25,000 miles on it I was told I not only needed new brakes, but also new rotors. Unfortunately buying the second one was just as big of a mistake as the first. It was a 1998 Chrysler Serbring Convertible.
The entire back bumper has had to be replaced, all of the original paint came off the back bumper. I can open and close the doors when using the key in the outside door locks on both sides. There was a long list of standard power equipment, an optional moonroof, automatic rearview mirror with compass, and eight-speaker Infinity sound system. I have mastered it to only take seconds to unlatch and re-latch the top. If your phone rings, put the windows up and it is quiet.
With just maintenance alone, all I have had to replace are the brakes and the tires. I also find that auto stick gets rid of this delay by commanding it to shift. Year of manufacture 1998 First year of ownership 1998 Most recent year of ownership 2000 Engine and transmission 2. The steering in this car is unreal, it feels like it is not safe to drive, and the service departments are on their last nerve. No wind noise on either end. General Comments: Aside from a little maintainence, this car runs beautifully and is a very pretty looking car.
The side cladding on both doors has fallen off and had to be replaced. My 98 Sebring was the second Chrysler that I owned. Our Take on the 1998 Chrysler Sebring There are at least three good reasons why the Chrysler Sebring convertible is, by far, the bestselling ragtop in the nation. Faults: First thing was the thermostat and thermostat housing, including surrounding hoses. When I questioned this, I was told that it was normal to replace the brakes at 25,000 miles. Feel free to use any Chrysler Sebring Coupe auto alarm wiring diagram that is listed on Modified Life but keep in mind that all information here is provided as-is without any warranty of any kind and most of the auto security wiring diagrams listed on our enthusiast website are submitted by the Modified Life community. .
It was fun to drive. The 20' turn radius makes it feel like you are driving a boat, when the car is actually closer to 16' in length. Don't Know Review Date: 7th March, 2001 Faults: Nothing yet. It is a fine, fine vehicle and mine drives like a Lexus. My door locks on both drivers and passenger inside locks will not stay locked when the door lock switch is pressed it locks and the opens.
The third is probably the top reason: moderate price. A+++ for ease of use. General Comments: My car before this was a Toyota Corolla. And when it finally becomes time to put the top up, there is a handle conveniently molded into the middle of the front. Engine choices were a slightly modified version of the Neon 2. Year of manufacture 1998 First year of ownership 2001 Most recent year of ownership 2001 Engine and transmission 2. Finally, the recall of the ball joints.