Asked by Apr 22, 2017 at 10:38 PM about the 2005 Chrysler Sebring Touring Sedan FWD

Question type: General

My car is a 2005 Chrysler Sebring Touring. It stalls
randomly. I can be driving (at any speed), starting it
(it will stall multiple times in a row before it starts) or
when I come to a complete stop. Again, it stalls
randomly with no reasoning behind it. I've had all
the spark plugs changed, the coil pack on the spark
plug for cylinder 6 (I had my engine light read & I
have repeated cylinder 6 misfires) & the throttle
position sensor changed. I'm a broke 22 year old
waitress & I'm tired of throwing money into this car
without the problem being resolved. Please, I need

9 Answers

Forgot to add my car has 118,000 miles on it.


and engine wish i knew how had/fast it stalled..for takes a little longer..ign. tends to be quick..cant hurt ..easy to do...

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well easy if you know how sorry check fuel pressure at the fuel rail...(58 psi ± 5 psi).

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I'm sorry, but what? Lol

You want to know what engine?


Did you check your fuel pump relay and the fuel pump im having the same problem

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Thank you! :)


Did you ever Find out what it was? I am having the same problem and i have the same car, different year :(


I change my fuel filter and it running ten times better

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