2008 Sebring 4 DR Sdn Touring - Air Conditioning

Discussion in 'Sebring' started by jaygreg, May 24, 2009.

  1. jaygreg

    jaygreg Guest

    I'm looking at a list of dealer cars on a network used by dealers for
    swapping/selling cars. Numerous Touring cars are listed with "air
    conditioning" as a simple feature. I've spent a lot of time looking
    for a description of air conditioning types for that year but can't
    find it. I'm trying to determine if any of these cars have automatic
    climate control or whatever it may be called for that year. Perhaps
    they all did. I can't find the answer. Anyone know ... or can you
    point me in the right direction please.
     
    jaygreg, May 24, 2009
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  2. jaygreg

    Bill Putney Guest

    I don't know the answer to your question, but I know that in general on
    late model Chryslers, generally it will either be "MTC" (manual
    temperature control) or "ATC" depending on the trim package. My guess
    would be that if there is, say, a lower level trim package with cloth
    seats, it would have MTC, and if there is a package that would have
    upgrades like leather seats, it would have ATC. Like I said - not a
    definitive answer but may help you get there.

    p.s. - I just checked the different trim levels on the 2009 Sebring
    (apparently they only show specs. on current production years) on
    www.KBB.com - they list three trim levels: LX, Touring, and Limited.
    When I hit the "Standard Equipment" tab on each trim level, it listed
    "Air Conditioning" as "Manual" on all except on Limiteds made before a
    certain date (after that date, apparently they decontented the ATC from
    the Limited). That says that the Touring Sebrings came with MTC
    standard on all trim levels (for '09 anyway).

    HTH.
     
    Bill Putney, May 24, 2009
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    jaygreg Guest

    Thanks Bill.
     
    jaygreg, May 25, 2009
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