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You could use the non-convertable seats in a convertable Sebring, but there would be a huge safety issue as you would not have seatbelts. The seatbelts are built in to the Sebring convertable seats. The bolt down assemblies for both however are identicle.
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Answer This information can be found in your owner's manual. If you do not have one, then I suggest you get one. You need an owner's manual to know wh…at items to service and when, and for specifications. You can order one from a dealer, find one at a salvage yard, ebay, or one of these sites: http://www.carownermanual.com/ http://vehicleownersmanual.com/ http://www.vintage-books.com/owncat.htm
it tells you in the owners manual page 26
Answer Had the same prob. w/ my 04 touring The owners man. gives directions that didn't work for me. I played with it trying many things and got it to turn… off. I think what I did was... Doors closed- parking brake on- turn key to run positon (engine not started)- wait for seatbelt light to go out- then fasten seatbelt three times, allowing the belt to retract (to the position where it is not being used) in between each time it is fastened- finish with the belt fastened if it works you will hear a single chime to confirm. I did this in a time of 10 to 20 seconds. I hope I remembered properly I struggled so long with this issue I'm afraid to play with it now that I got it turned off.
Answer # Slide your fingers underneath the bottom part of the seat from the front. # Pull up. Hard.
Answer for the seat cushion, use a crow bar or something to give you leverage and place it between where the back seat cushion & the carpet meets (try to positi…on the crowbar so that it's aligned with the center of the driver/passenger seat). lift until the tongue disengages from the groove.***for the backrest, use an 11/16 socket to losen the two nuts that hold the backrest bracket. Once removed, lift the backrest straight up (be careful not to rip the back of the seat cushion. Installation is the exact opposite.
I believe that is the amp for the stereo
this is what the junk yard guy told me so take it with a grain of salt, I have no first hand knowledge. he said an 01 sebring sedan or convertible and 01 stratus.
There are 3 seatbelts in the back seat of a Chrysler Sebring Convertible. The middle seat belt is just a lap belt though.
There is not a front licensing mounting bracket, on a Chrysler Sebring. The Chrysler Sebring has a rear license plate mounting bracket.
Look up in a Hollander interchange or ask local salvage yard.
There are four hex head nuts that are under a plastic cap at each corner of the seat. Slide the plastic cap off and take off nut and pull seat upwards. Pretty easy removal f…or this seat.
It seems that you just need to PULL UP VERY HARD! I'm in the process of doing my seats, now. I tried the "push back & lift up" method, to no avail. I didn't break the plastic …tabs, either. Try doing this with the top down; it makes it easier. There are two metal "loops" on each side that would be positioned about the middle of each seating position where the seat meets the carpet. I'd recommend prying up on each side of these with two very large screwdrivers, as there is no support in the middle of the loop and you will definitely tear your seats up this way. Once you get it unlocked you should then put something over the slot to prevent them from reingaging the plastic lock tabs. Try not to pull from the middle of the seat as you will bend the metal reinforcement that keeps the seat snug to the body of the car. You can also do as the previous poster said.. putting the top down and pulling with all your might. I can confirm that the push back & lift up method will not work in this situation.
That's the amplifier for the stereo system
I just got a 1997 Sebring convertible and it has 4 seats. I have a friend with a 06 Sebring and it Also has 4
It's a bench seat with two seat belts
2001-2006 are basically the same.