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Does a 2000 sebring have a 2.7 liter engine?
Answer . On the lowest point of the oil pan..
Answer It is located on the bottom of the engine near the right front wheel. You will see the radiator hose connected to it. It is VERY difficult to change and I …do not recommend you do it yourself.
It ain't easy.. My hand is bleeding, but I did it. Remove the nut on the top left of the housing completely. (hint : Before continuing, locate and loosen the hose clamp …screw going from the rear of the filter housing to the intake on the engine, sliding the hose off the intake) Lift (filter) housing away from stem. On the air hose leading into the housing, pull back the tabs and pull housing UP and out toward you. A lot of wiggling required (hint: if you followed the hint above, a lot less wiggling is required - it pulls up and out pretty easily, and don't forget to un-clip the wires on the left of the housing). The filter is a cone shaped blue and white thing sticking into the housing. Good luck!
Answer First thing I would do is go back to the factory and ask to have your other 3.0 litres to make it a v8
How do you change the spark plugs on a 2004 Chrysler sebring 2.7 liter engine and do you tighten hard or loose?
Answer Remove the plugs one at a time and replace with a new plug you have gapped properly. Tighten to the proper torque Do not over-torque plugs. You risk damage to cy…linder heads (particularly aluminum ones), and proper firing depends on the plug being at precisely the right height relative to the cylinder. I will list a link to Torque Specs. below. It is necessary to remove the upper intake plenum. Purchase the intake gaskets when you purchase the plugs. You also have to remove the coils one at a time, remove the plugs w/a 5/8" spark plug socket, coat the threads of the new plug with a small dab of anti size compound, thread the plugs in using only the socket and extension after the contact the head tighten an additional 1/16 turn.
Answer first by taking all of the 2.0 out and finding a 3.0L and fabbing some motor mounts out of the seibring to fit the neon. i also have a 95 neon and c…urrently putting a srt4 engine in it with stage 3 components. this like the 3.0 swap requires the wiring harness out of the seibring and computer just like srt4. the hardest part is fabricating the motor mounts to fit. if your not mechanically inclined then turn this project down. because many headaches and confusing things will happen but well worth it in the end. especially when your turning 15 or 16 in the 1/2 mile. in a 95 neon, i know all this because my current project 95 neon is getting swapped by me and a friend with srt4 and i just finished helping my friend with the 3.0 in his 96 neon. both these neon are highlines also. some years in 1st gen neon on sport models are slightly different dimensions in the firewall so watch that or uall have a tight fit. hope this can help you e-mail if any more questions. at N2_NEONS@hotmail.com
It is located under the housing where the lower radiator hose hooks to the engine.
The 2000 Dodge Intrepid with the 2.7L 6-cylinder came in two engines with code 'U' and 'EER.' Both engines specify a engine oil fill of 5-quarts, including the filter. 5 a…nd 10W30 can be used in this engine. 0W30 can be used in arctic and severe winter conditions, in addition to all-season use.
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.
i replaced mine on a 2001 sebring sedan lxi, when you face the front of the car, it is on the left side of your engine, down between the coolant reservoir and the engine side.… there is a black plug that covered the bolt on mine. I had to get a 13mm "long shaft" lug to get it unscrewed. if it is a tight area for your hands, you may have to partially remove the coolant reservoir (have another bottle of coolant ready, in case you lose a lot from removing it.
The best place to find an engine diagram for a Chrysler Sebring would be in the owner's manual. If you do not have your, contact Chrysler or check your library.
17 gallon / 64 liter unleaded fuel tank
It is on the front of the crank, under the pulley and timng chain.
It is under the housing where the lower radiator hose hooks to theengine.
1. Jack up your car and place it on jack stands. 2. Drain your oil (remove oil plug) 3. Remove your oil filter. 4. Remove the oil dipstick and tube ( one bol…t #14 wrench size. front of engine). 5. Remove cross bracket ( four bolts #15 wrench size. attached to oil pan). 6. Remove two nuts from the front exhaust and use a bungee cord to hold it up. 7. Remove two nuts from the rear exhaust. 8. Remove the lower bolt from the A/C. 9. Remove the torque converter cover (next to the oil pan). (one #18 bolt, two #10 bolts, there is also a rubber gasket between the torque converter and the oil pan that needs to be removed.) 10. Remove the two bolts from the timing chain cover #10 wrench 11. Remove two nuts on the left of the oil pan and two nuts on the right. #10 wench) 12. Remove five bolts on the front and 5 bolts on the back of the oil pan. #13 wrench). 13. Remove oil pan and gasket. 14. Clean oil pan and check for cracks .replace if needed. 15. Clean oil pan surface thoroughly! 16. Clean engine surface thoroughly! 17. put RTV silicone sealant on the left and right sides of engine surface. 18. place new filter over the four small bolts...silicone should hold it in place. 19. place the oil pan over the top of the four bolts and place the nuts on But DO NOT Tighten! 20. hand tighten the ten bolts. 21. hand tighten the four nuts. 22. hand tighten the two bolts on the timing cover. 23. use a torque wrench to tighten to ten bolts. 24. use a torque wrench to tighten the four nuts. 25. use a torque wrench to tighten the two bolts. 26. tighten the bolt to the A/C. 27. Replace the Torque converter cover and rubber gasket. 28. Reattach the exhaust pipes. (Rear first, then front) 29. Reattach the cross bracket. 30. tighten the oil plug and replace oil filter. 31. Reattach the oil tube. 32. Replace oil. 33. Check for leaks. 34. lower the car off of the jack stands. 35. Take a shower. 36. Take a test drive!