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  • Mark B
    Mark B - 2005 Chrysler 300 - Preventive Maintenance - 8/23/2014
    One tire need new for car
    I need your best price for a 215/65 R17 tire.
     
    • Jimm
      8/23/2014 Jimm
      No tires or parts are sold from the AutoMD website. For tires, check the local stores in your area.
  • nina
    nina - 2004 Chrysler Pacifica - Preventive Maintenance - 8/17/2014
    why does my 2004 Chrysler pacifica keeps turning off after a spark plug change?
    most of the time happens when i start pressing on the gas pedal
     
    • alex
      8/17/2014 alex
      check for crossed sparkplug wires they could be setting off your knock sensor adn shutting off the engine also for a broaken or loose conector on a wiring harness could have gotten pulled on or pinched.
  • nina
    nina - 2004 Chrysler Pacifica - Preventive Maintenance - 8/17/2014
    why does my 2004 Chrysler pacifica keeps turning off after a spark plug change?
    most of the time happens when i start pressing on the gas pedal
     
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  • AutoMD Member
    AutoMD Member - 2004 Chrysler Pacifica - Preventive Maintenance - 7/26/2014
    Can't increase my air cont temp above 29 degrees only lower it below 29 degrees
    it happen all at once reduce the temp down it was ok could not raise it above 29 to work normal
     
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  • AutoMD Member
    AutoMD Member - 1999 Chrysler Sebring - Preventive Maintenance - 7/15/2014
    Y 1999 Chrysler Sebring LXI 2 DOOR will not go fast without a loud hum sound in it hard to press on the gas
    y 1999 Chrysler Sebring LXI 2 DOOR will not go fast without a loud hum sound in it hard to press on the gas which make the car go slower and slow down . No check engine light on starts up with no problem new breaks at well
     
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  • AutoMD Member
    AutoMD Member - 2005 Chrysler Town & Country - Preventive Maintenance - 6/29/2014
    How do i remve and clean fuse box termanals under neath the fuse box
    i dont know if my motor is 3.3 or 3.8
     
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  • AutoMD Member
    AutoMD Member - 2006 Chrysler Sebring - Preventive Maintenance - 6/28/2014
    So on Wednesday ... question in detail could not fit all here
    so on Wednesday i noticed the dash lights and headlights flickering or dimming on and off i should say then would stop again. on Friday while driving for a while the red battery light went on. i went and bought a new battery and then Saturday morning the lights were ...
     
    • CVO
      6/28/2014 CVO
      The alternator is designed to supply the battery and accessory circuits through a wide range of engine speeds.

      The flickering symptoms is the cause of a bad alternator, the test from local auto parts stores couldn't detect it.

      AutoMD has been answered a dozen questions concerning this flickering symptoms. Replace it with a new alternator.



  • AutoMD Member
    AutoMD Member - 1998 Chrysler Sebring - Preventive Maintenance - 6/26/2014
    Can I bypass the fuse box to make the tail lights and brake lights work?
    I have a short somewhere.when I turn the headlights on I have no tail lights and if the brake light switch is in it blows brake light and tail light fuse. I have replaced the brake light switch and the fuses but still have no break lights or tail lights.
     
    • Chevy doctor
      6/26/2014 Chevy doctor
      Most of these circuits travel though multifunction switch or turn signal switch. There is issues with them but it needs to be properly diagnosed where the short is. Fuses and fuse boxes are there for a reason. To protect components of a current overload. Bypassing fuse block increases chance of electrical frying or burning up components
  • AutoMD Member
    AutoMD Member - 1995 Chrysler Sebring - Preventive Maintenance - 6/22/2014
    Easy way to put in fuel pump
    How do I know if the one under the seat isn't bad I didn't hear the fuel pump by listening at the gas top what do I do pulling my hair out
     
    • CVO
      6/21/2014 CVO
      1. Have an assistant to turn on the ignition switch, while you listen to the fuel pump running for 2 seconds from the uncap fuel tank filler. No noise, take the next step.
      Try giving the bottom of the fuel tank a few whacks with a flat piece of wood or a rubber mallet while another tries to start the engine. You have a 50/50 shot at getting the pump going again and the vehicle starting. if it starts as a result of the whack then it confirms the bad fuel pump.



    • carhauler
      6/22/2014 carhauler
      One other thing . I have a 99 sebring . Did kinda the same thing . Found the gauge is no longer read correct . So when it reads about an 1/8-1/4 tank of gas it runs out . I know it may sound dumb but make sure you have gas in the tank .
  • AutoMD Member
    AutoMD Member - 1995 Chrysler Sebring - Preventive Maintenance - 6/18/2014
    How do you know if the fuse is bad
    Not getting gas from the fuel tank
     
    • Chevy doctor
      6/18/2014 Chevy doctor
      2 ways. Pull the fuse and look at it. If the element is in tact its still good. Or you can check with a test light, should have power on both sides. Some people have removed them and ohm tested them.
      Chevy doctor
      6/18/2014 AutoMD Member
      What if you don't have a test light
      Chevy doctor
      6/19/2014 CVO
      Find a way to get to local auto parts stores and they will test it for free of charge.
  • AutoMD Member
    AutoMD Member - 2003 Chrysler Town & Country - Preventive Maintenance - 6/12/2014
    The service maintenance light comes on each time I start the van, and bought this vehicle used and don't have a manual
    would like to know what that means
     
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  • MoshingMomma
    MoshingMomma - 2010 Chrysler 300 - Preventive Maintenance - 5/30/2014
    Unbelievable Tire Wear - SAFETY CONCERN
    I am VERY concerned about an issue I am having with my 2010 Chrysler 300 Limited. It has 107,000 km on it, yet I am on my THIRD set of tires. The wear on the rear tires is so extreme and noone can tell me why. The last set did not even last 18,000 km. Brand ...
     
    • bear.1216
      5/30/2014 bear.1216
      Any good suspension mechanic should be able to pinpoint the problem by looking at the wear pattern on your old tires. Any uneven wear would indicate the problem area. Here are some basic things that would cause premature wear. Improper tire size, load rating, speed rating, heat rating or inflation pressure. Lack of tire rotation. Worn or damaged suspension parts. Improper wheel alignment. Or aggressive driving like wheel spin or hard cornering. It could also be caused by loading to much weight in the vehicle or heavy towing. To narrow down the problem you must have the vehicle checked out by a good suspension shop. Have the mechanic check the wear pattern on your old tires and explain why they are wearing. If they are wearing out that fast the problem should be obvious. If your mechanic cant explain why by now. Take it to another garage for an inspection. The wear you describe sounds like it would be cause by improper rear tire alignment. Too much camber or toe. I would have to see it to be sure, but you likely need a four wheel alignment. That is where I would start. Make sure to get a printout of your alignment. The alignment readings will narrow down the problem. You should have a wheel alignment performed with every set of tires to prevent wear. Tell the mechanic in advance. That you want a copy of the alignment printout for your records. If you get an alignment. Reply with some of the angles for further help.
  • AutoMD Member
    AutoMD Member - 2001 Chrysler PT Cruiser - Preventive Maintenance - 5/19/2014
    I was told that all belts on my PT Cruiser need repaired
    I am suppose to have jus gotten a motor after a radiator was changed. I was told that all belts on my car need to be changrd
     
    • Jimm
      5/19/2014 Jimm
      Need more information - when was the last time / how many miles since the belt was last changed? What is the condition of the current belt? Have you inspected the belt(s) for yourself? Does the belt have severe cracks or portions missing? If yes, then this single condition (only) would indicate the belt wear and need for the replacement. Use the 'How-To-Guides' feature on the AutoMD website for the steps to inspect and replace the drive belts.

      The parts are readily available from these many on-line sources, www.partsgeek.com, www.rockauto.com, www.discountautoparts.com, www.autopartswarehouse.com, www.jcwhitney.com - to list only a few possibilities. The various belts are listed in price from around $2.90 each for your vehicle.
  • AutoMD Member
    AutoMD Member - 2011 Chrysler 200 - Preventive Maintenance - 5/16/2014
    Water in my floor mats
    my car is leaking water from the AC unit under the dash on to the floor mats when the AC is on Where is the drain hose for this located and how do i clean this out ?
     
    • Chevy doctor
      5/16/2014 Chevy doctor
      Usually a rubber elbow that sits below the air condition lines right where they enter through your firewall to the HVAC case. Take a coat hanger or 2 piece foot of Wire and go in through the drain until water comes out.
  • AutoMD Member
    AutoMD Member - 2004 Chrysler PT Cruiser - Preventive Maintenance - 5/8/2014
    What maintenance should be performed on a 10 year old car with only 19,000 miles on it?
    I purchased this car with under 19,000 miles on it in Dec 2013 it's a 2004 high out put turbo 4 cyl. I now have 20,000+ miles and have not done a thing to it as yet. Oil was changed prior to my getting it, it starts and appears to run fine, it has an auto trans. ...
     
    • Jimm
      5/8/2014 Jimm
      Typically, with any used vehicle purchase - the area to start (given you can confirm the maintenance history as accurate) would be a complete fluid and filter transfusion; engine oil and filter, transmission fluid and filter, fuel filter, new air intake filter, brake fluid flushed and exchanged - these items as a minimum - in order to establish the service baseline for future maintenance / service thresholds.
      Jimm
      5/9/2014 AutoMD Member
      Thanks for your response!