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Chrysler Repair/RE: '99 Sebring Ignition Problem


Alapaleka wrote at 2012-11-09 00:47:04
Hi, I have a 99 Sebring convertible, 2.5l Mitsu eng. I am wondering if this issue ever got resolved because i am having the same issues, however i am geting the 4 - 0 volts not the 0.3 volts when turning the crank by hand on the camshaft & crankshaft position sensors, i get 1-2 pulsations which is between 4 - 0 volts does this indicate a bad cam sensor, i really can't afford to buy a distributor, i replaced the timing belt, timing marks on cam and crank are on and the rotor is on the #1 plug wire i also replaced the oil sending unit, water pump, plugs & wires cap & rotor and crank position sensor mainly because of the age of the car and it all looked original, please send help, aloha

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