If it goes into park with the tab released you push the tab back down with it still in park. I mean, think about it. Posted on Sep 15, 2009 Had this happen to me yesterday. There's nothing like the top down! I then discovered that the rear right axle was damaged and the camber was off by a few degrees, resulting in uneven wear to the passenger rear tire. Single mom with 7 children. The service people won't say.
Seems like there must be a few 2014 convertibles still under warranty if they were sold in 2015. I loved that it was silver with a black top. Who helps the jipped consumers? All in all, I was quite impressed with the interior. I love riding with the top down. I'm cursed and I'm barely making it, now it seems it needs struts or something I can't afford now.
Special ordered parts did not fix issue. Starting from the misleading fuel economy numbers that are far from reality, to denying any kind of issue and use software updates that are never released as a fix to any issue. I really need a fix and can't afford a new car. Special ordered parts did not fix issue. But I wish for better stitching on the roof and the engine should be placed for more convenient access. The product coming out of the flush is matter that should not be there from a complete contained system.
I think his troubles were due to the fact that the dealer installed the shelf incorrectly causing tension on some of the wires in the harness. If it goes into park with the tab released you push the tab back down with it still in park. It looked like nasty milk. In Park when I press gas pedal, car will not go over 4 rpm now and barely makes it up a hill. I asked them to double check and if they warranty to me that was the only problem and I wasn't going to be faced with a lot of other charges.
They need a specialist to look at top. I had a test done and everything is working fine, the repairperson told me that I had an electrical issue. I love riding with the top down. But it had so many problems that were all expensive to fix and I ended up junking it a couple years ago. Since Dodge refuses to take ownership of poor workmanship. I brought it to the dealership and they insisted that I was in an accident. It's a plus to have factory 6x9 speaker openings in the doors.
Car is at 109,000 miles, front suspension seems to be failing, even causing me to hit a curb once, and makes a weird noise when turning, but has power steering oil full. One problem most people have with it is the fact that they have never owned a convertible. You can manually open the latches with an 8pt 8! Car should not die with just 106,000 miles on it. Had to put a fuse in the fan relay under the hood but now the fan still isn't working. Want to know more about ConsumerAffairs accredited brands? I check the tire pressure at least once a week. The technician started first thing in the morning until late in the afternoon installing the new computer.
The system has no loadable software. I've contacted and spoke to reps at both dealerships and Chrysler Customer Service and have been getting excuses for why my car is not being taken care of. He surprised me and bought it for me as an early Anniversary 17 yrs present. This is stressing me out and I don't know what to do. Is sad to take your car to the dealer for repair and leave with more problems than before. But I don't let him drive it.
Compared to a direct competitor like the Saturn Aura, for instance, the Sebring is neither as comfortable on the highway nor as eager on a winding road. After seeing the computer wasn't working he place a wire from the alternator to the first ground he found making the alternator charge constantly. The Sebring sedan was completely redesigned for 2007; the convertible emerged all-new in 2008. I took my car again to the same dealership for the transmission issue and car pulling issues when they denied everything again. Years ago, when discussing parts availability in the marine industry in which I worked, I was informed auto manufacturers were required to have parts available for 7 years.