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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.
take tire off then take mud guard off then take bumper clips off top and bottom then you can reach the radiator drain plug easier then from the top. it is located at the… very bottom of the radiator.
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!
It is located under the housing where the lower radiator hose hooks to the engine.
Replacing the water pump on the 2.7 is not and easy thing to do, and if you are not comfortable with resetting your timing it may be better left to your machanic. to replace t…he water pump you need to remove the both belts and the belt tensioner as well as the harmonic balancer. Once that is removed you need to remove the timing chain cover to get access to the water pump. when the cover is removed you will need to let the pressure out of the main timing tensioner, but make sure that the chain does not skip any teeth or your timing will be out and that could cause major engine damage. after the tensioner has been released of pressure, unbolt the water pump, and make sure as you are taking out the last bolts that the timing chain stays tight on all of the other sprockets, ( the water pump has a sprocket as well). once you remove the water pump clean the area good and install the new pump and gasket. you might be very shocked when you open the timing case as 2.7L are well known to sludge up the oil, if your engine has more than 50-70k miles on it if you are going through this much trouble to do the water pump and you see that your engine inside is sludgy you are smart to bite the bullit and replace the timing chains and tensioners at the same time, I would also do the oilpump as well.
It is under a heat shield on the back of the engine.
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.
the water pump is located behind the front timing chain cover, it is driven by timing chain. recommend dealer for repair this is not for a novice mechanic. money … As a Chrysler tech, that job books at 9 hours of labor for an experienced mechanic. It also requires a couple of special tools. The entire passenger side of the engine needs removed to access.
It is on the front of the crank, under the pulley and timng chain.
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!
It is under the housing where the lower radiator hose attaches tothe engine.
It is on the back of the engine, below the exhaust manifold, undera heat shield.
It is on the back of the engine, above the oil pan, behind a heatshield. It is on the back of the engine, above the oil pan, behind a heatshield.
It is on the front of the engine, behind the engine mount bracket. It is on the front of the engine, behind the engine mount bracket.