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'01 Sebring - multiple problems

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Old 08-15-2005, 12:20 PM
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Default '01 Sebring - multiple problems

I have 77K miles on my Sebring Sedan. It just started burning oil (not sure what that is all about???) anyone had problems with that? Now on Friday it overheated. My mechanic says the plastic housing on radiator to the engine is totally corroded... anyone had problems with that? I am just the driver and definitely not the mechanic, but thought I could do some research for him and see if anyone knows about these problems. I also see that others have had problems with the front end noise, I dealt with that also. I replaced rotors, etc and right now seems to have worked. (I am knocking on wood)...
With the exception of the above, I have had not one lick of problems with this car...has been great...hoping it will continue...
Thanks for any reply posts.
 
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Old 04-26-2006, 03:30 AM
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Default RE: '01 Sebring - multiple problems

well with the over heating it can be your alternator fuse. have him replace and see what happens if that doesnt work then you might have to replace your radiator fan and belts along with all of the hoses. as for the burning of the oil you might have a leak somewhere so i would look into that.
 
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