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if you look where the seat meets the rugs there should be 2 little o shapped rings, pull them and they will release the seat.. You need to pull up on the back of the seat. The bottom half and top half are to different peaces. The bottom half is only attached in the front but there are no bolts just took mine out.
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There are screws holding the headlight assy in. Remove them and take the bulbs out and stick a rag into the light and move it around with a screwdriver. However, even if it l…ooks like the yellow is on the inside of the light but if it's like most Sebrings the haze is on the outside. Try a product called Crystalenz it works and is easy to use. Their website is www.crystalenz.com, also when you use this product you do not have to remove the lenses.
Remove the calipers on the front ones and they should slide right out. On the back after you remove the caliper , you need a screw that fits the 2 holes by the lug nuts and s…crew it in until the rotor pops then just slide it out. keep your parking brake off. The rear one is also the parking brake drum. If your rotor is rusted to the wheel bearing, which it probably will be, use a hammer on it to attempt to break loose the rust and release the rotor.
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.
Turn your lights on. If they are dim, or don't turn on at all it's a bad battery. Otherwise it's the starter. Least likely would be an electrical problem like a loose wi…re or something.
Should be the "peel off" type Remove wheel Remove caliper mounting bolts Slide caliper off rotor Rotor should slide off hub assembly
There is a release solenoid that may occasionally lock up when the car is off. Turning the key to the 'on' position should free your safety belts.
raise front end - drain oil - remove oil filter - remove wires from starter (1 pull off, 1 screw off) - remove 2 bolts from bottom (2 sizes, 15mm back, [1/2 in. on back …driver side]) - remove 3rd top bolt from back driver side of starter(1/2 in.) - drop starter out bottom passenger side - install reverse. top bolt is tight squeeze pass radiator hose, do it from up top.
grab the front of one side LIFT!.....grab the front of the other side..LIFT! that should do it...then line up then push down for installation
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.
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It is on the radiator side of the engine, under the engine mount.
Firstly fold the top halfs of the seat forward so they are flat down with the back facing up... On either end there is a t30 at the point where the seat pivots. You can get …a small rachet in there no problem. Once you have removed those you need to go to the place where the two halfs of the seat join in the middle. There is a bolt for each half of the seat. Then, to fully release the top halfs you need to go further down the back of the seats (almost into the boot compartment) as there is a metal bracket held on by a 13mm. Once you have done all that the top halfs of the seats are out. The bottom halfs are pretty easy. You firstly need to remove the plastic centre section, open up the compartment and remove the carpet and there are two 10mm. There are black plastic clips that hold the bottom half of the seat into place. Imagine you are sitting on the backseat , put you hands between your legs and feel forward over the edge of the seat and underneath to the point where the seat meets the carpet. You should feel a little black plastic tag in the hinge area which pulls out quite easily. The rest of the seat just needs a good tug to release it from whatever its clipped into. For Cabriolet begin to stow roof until roof stowage area lid opens. stop roof(DO NOT TURN OFF IGNITION) behind each rear seat you will sea a nut,remove both nuts remove seat back continue roof operation to close lid.
Its a tricky one. You have to unscrew the water pump in order to move it out of the way to get to one of the screws on the Alternator.
No, the seat back is bolted in place. No, the seat back is bolted in place.