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1997 Chrysler Sebring has oily liquid in PCM

Scott_BatesScott_Bates Anderson IndianaPosts: 1
edited September 2016 in Chrysler
I have a 1997 Sebring 2.5 v6.....died, will not start. diganostic test said (PCM Failure) Removed PCM, has oily brown liquid in connector.

Comments

  • Mr_ShiftrightMr_Shiftright Sonoma, CaliforniaPosts: 64,490
    Too bad. Sounds like oil somehow got onto/into the PCM wiring harness and wicked its way into the PCM itself.

    There are PCM rebuilders on the internet--I think there's one in the Miami area that offers a lifetime guarantee for something like $250 bucks.

  • thecardoc3thecardoc3 Posts: 5,276
    Pull the connector for the power steering pressure switch and see if that fluid is present. It's common for those switches to fail and force the fluid into the harness. The most common failure when that happens is the power steering fluid is forced into the upstream O2 sensor which causes multiple repeat failures of the sensor, until someone realizes that there is fluid in that connector.
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