Read all the problems-What's the solution

Asked by Jan 06, 2018 at 12:16 AM about the Chrysler Sebring

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

What's the bottom line for all the engine/transmission replacements-Faulty
(Codes) problems etc? . I've read all the problems- but nobody seems to
have come up with a definite answer- without having to spend all kinds of
money trying to figure it out.
After learning about all the different  problems people were having with their
2002's (at such low mileage) I considered myself lucky that having to replace
my A/C compressor was the only problem I'd experienced=until a few weeks
ago- I was driving the interstate when all of a sudden my car made this loud
noise along with something that felt like (if you were driving a stick) making a
MAJOR DOWNSHIFT from 5th to 2nd going 60.-followed by check engine
light. I was still able to drive it but could tell by the strain that I was driving in
only one gear.  I thought not to fart around with the neighborhood mech. and
took it to AAMCO- So here I am- three weeks and $3,000 later still without a
vehicle.

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3G's later and no vehicle.... Didn't you pay the bill??

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