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What is under the front passenger seat of a 1996 Chrysler sebring jxi convertible?
That's the amplifier for the stereo system
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Answer . They are located in the in the center of the Valve Covers - three in the front cover, three in the rear cover. The front three are easy to remove, simply remove th…e plastic fuel rail cover. The rear are a little more complicated requiring the removal of the fuel plennum. This job is about a 3 out of 10 in difficulty.
The engine thermostat is located in a thermostat housing, located below the throttle body. REMOVAL . Drain cooling system to the thermostat level or below. . Remove inl…et hose and coolant elbow from thermostat housing. . Remove thermostat assembly, and clean sealing surfaces. INSTALLATION . Install thermostat into the recess in the thermostat housing. . Install inlet elbow and tighten the bolts to 12 Nm (133 inch lbs ) . . Fill cooling system. standing on the drivers side, looking at the engine, it's under the radiator cap housing. there are (if i remember correctly) three bolts (10MM?) not very easy to get your hand/tools down in there. it's not that bad to replace, just tedious.
To set the compass, find a LARGE empty parking lot. Drive counterclockwise around 10-12 mph; about the second revolution you'll see the compass go into "--" display; by the fi…fth or so you'll see it pick up the proper headings and you're done. On the other hand, if it's like mine, there's a sensor somewhere that went out. I can drive in circles all day and no matter what, I'm still driving SW regardless of direction! This worked on my 2000 Chrysler Town & Country. THANKS!!
How do you fix a passenger seat that won't move forward or backwards on a 1999 Chrysler Sebring JXI?
Answer ? . This is for the manual passenger seat only!\nThis area is hard to see/discover with the seat installed. I used a mirror and looking under the back of the seat/bo…ttom you can see a 'Flipper'(one right and one left actually), it's easy to see how they move while operating the bar in the front. These 'Flippers' have 3 short rods per track that they pull toward the middle line of the seat. I say they look like nails since in any position at least one(1)of them will not be all the way down and will stick up looking like a nailhead, but the other two will(usually) be down. I have found that these Flippers get bent out of shape and cannot retract these "nails" all the way toward the centerline of the seat. Rebend these flippers so that they can fully retract the nails. If you are just trying to get the seat to move so you can get it out of the car, looking under the back of the seat, locate these flippers and pry them so that they draw/pull all of their(3)nailheads toward the centerline of the seat. When all three nailheads on each side are equal "height" the seat should be moveable.\nNow if I could only figure out why the seatbelts are fully retracted into the seat and won't release! But I'm betting I'll figure this one out this morning! I think an application of voltage(car battery) to the orange and the black wire is the cure. We shall see!(cue: evil laugh)"MUUAHA-HA-HA-HA-HA!"
You need a 90 degree socket screwdriver set, a very small one. Got mine from sears for $15.
I believe that is the amp for the stereo
There isn't a single fuse that will disable the alarm. You need to have the system diagnosed to find the cause of the alarm setting off. The dealer's scan tool may be required….
there are two O2 sensors one is on the exhaust just behind the fire wall the other is just underneath the exhaust manifold
It's located in the front wheel well. Remove front left wheel, then unscrew battery door.. Actually, there's no reason to remove the driver's side front wheel, just turn whee…l to left and right behind the wheel you'll find an access panel, remove this and there's your battery. Recommend removing negative post first to prevent "short circuit" when removing positive terminal. Good Luck!
It is inside the fuel tank.
Look up in a Hollander interchange or ask local salvage yard.
It is built inside the distributor on the 2.5L.
The engine computer is the voltage regulator.
You need to have the trans computer checked for trouble codes. The car will not shift out of 2nd when the system detects a problem and sets a code.
The automatic transmission does not have a drain. You remove thepan to drain.
The ignition coil is inside the distributor behind the cap. Remove the distributor cap screws, remove the cap and you will see the coil
It is under the housing where the lower radiator hose attaches tothe engine.