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Chrysler Sebring Engine Problems
My husband and I purchased a 2006 Chrysler Sebring, with a 2.4 Liter V4 engine in it, back in November. When we bought it, it had roughly 46,000 miles on it. We have had nothing but trouble with this car since we bought it... Not even two months into owning it we had to have the transmission flushed because of some problems with it, then, just last week, we had to put new spark plugs in it because it was losing power as I was driving it! That's not all!! Two days ago, I was driving down the highway, about 65 mph, and the engine made a loud pop and started to shake. I started losing rpm's and had to pull over because I couldn't hardly make it up the road any more. As I stopped and put it in park, the engine was making a horrible clanking sound, like there was something stuck in it and it was being tossed around, hitting every inch as it moved... We towed it to the shop, and they told me that the lower part of my engine had blown. It only has a little over 53,000 miles on it!!! Has anyone else had these kinds of problems with the 2006 4-cylinder engines? There shouldn't be any sort of problems like this, not this soon (or at least I didn't think there would be...)