96 Sebring Won’t Start - Timing Belt?
Car has a compression problem, that much I know; and it
runs rough. It’s a beautiful car with zero rust. I’d hate to
junk it. Now it won’t start, although it cranks. The last
mechanic said maybe timing belt or else it needs a new
Thanks for the suggestion! I have the option to get a used engine (less than 70k miles) for $800. Labor to install is $1400. The mechanic (I trust him) couldn’t be sure the timing belt would fix the problem. That alone would run me nearly $1000. Fix it or donate it?
Thank you! It’s great advice and I’ll do that.
My 2006 4c sebring did same thing. It was the timing belt. Repairs ran abt $500 at shop and including parts which i bought myself. Its ran fine ever since