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2003 Chrysler Sebring GTC 2dr Convertible

2003 Chrysler Sebring
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Front Wheel Drive, 2 Door Convertible GTC, Compact
21 mpg city / 28 mpg hwy
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December 11, 2012, 5:24 pm

Leland C

Question: Why won't the car shift?!

My girlfriend drives an 02 sebring convertible and it has been nothing but trouble. about a year ago it stopped shifting out of first gear and her father had some guy swap out the old transmission with a new one. Well it worked for about 2 months and it has gone back to not shifting out of first gear. I have hooked up the computer and it is throwing shift solenoid A, B and C malfunctions as well as some others that I cannot remember but afterwards I feel like it could be the TCM module. Where is that located or am I way off? what do you think?

December 14, 2012, 10:32 am

Elizabeth K

It sounds like the problem is electronic, and if you post the exact codes that is has, I can send you the diagnostic steps to take.

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