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Sebring Electrical/Computer problems

Old 09-21-2006, 01:28 PM
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Default Sebring Electrical/Computer problems

Please help. I have a 2002 Sebring 2.7L. Nothing but problems with it from day one. Anyway, the latest adventure. Two weeks ago the battery light came on and I noticed some flickering on the dash board (specifically) the odometer. Anyway, long story short, I had the battery and alternator replaced at my expense (over the warranty). The day I took it home, the battery light came on again. Now I'm told its may be a computer problem. Has anyone had this kind of problem or any suggestions. When I purchased the car, Chrysler ended up replacing all computer parts related to the system idling as the car was idling at 4000 RPM and wouldn't come down. Any anyone had any related problems with the charging system. Please help!
Old 09-21-2006, 04:39 PM
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Default RE: Sebring Electrical/Computer problems

It could be a broken ground cable from your battery. It's the black cable that attatches somewhere on the frame. Also there are a few ground wires around the engine bay attatched to to the car. All the ground wires ends should be cleaned with a wire brush and reattatched. This would be a good place to start.
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