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Where is the oil plug drain on the 2004 Chrysler Sebring Touring 2004?
If you can't find the oil drain plug - take your car to a professional. Any automotive maintenance is above your skill level. On the oil pan. Open the book that came with the car. It is called the owner's manual. Here you will find answers to almost any question about your car. Answer The plug is on the passenger side in the back side of the waffle looking silver colored oil pan. The plug is small at 13MM
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Engine, on the bottom of the oil pan. Transmission, does not have one.
Answer plug is on back side of silver waffle textured oil pan next to filter
Answer in the botton of the oil pan
Answer Nope, it doesn't have one.
The drain plug for a 2006 Chrysler Sebring is located either in thebottom of the oil pan or in the lower part of the side. Drainingwarm oil will make a faster and more efficie…nt oil change.
They are accessed through the top of the valve cover.
if its the V6, you can see the 3 in front, and you have to remove the intake manifold to ge the ones in back...
The recommended oil is conventional 5W30 oil for this vehicle. You can use 10W30, but 5W30 is recommended and is considered an "energy conserving oil" which may give you sligh…tly better fuel economy (1% to 2%). You can also use full synthetic 5W30, but it is not necessary and is more expensive, but can go longer between changes, so it's a trade-off. Synthetic does reduce friction slightly, so may increase fuel economy over using conventional oil. Usually that is a 5% to 10% improvement. However, if the car has any oil leaks, switching to synthetic will tend to make them worse. This is due to the difference in molecular structure between petroleum based oil and synthetic oil. So you have a choice, but if you use 5W30 conventional oil and change it every 5000 miles, you will be following the manufacturer's recommendations and should have no problems.
It is on the front of the crankshaft, under the timing components.
Just forward and outboard from the oil filter, screws in horizontally.
you must remove the plenum on top of the motor to excess the spark plugs it is not hard but time consuming to say the least
Bottom of the oil pan
It will be on your drain pan under your car should be located right before the clutch and transmission begins there you will find on the bottom or on the side a drain plug. wh…en removing a plug and its totally loose and oil about to comeout pull out and up if its on the side or pull down and twords you so you will not get oil on your hands. Have fun :)
There are two speed sensors on the front of the transmission andone abs wheel speed sensor at each wheel bearing. There are two speed sensors on the front of the transmission… andone abs wheel speed sensor at each wheel bearing.
I believe that vehicle doesn't have a cabin filter. Check thedrivers manual, if it doesn't mention one, it doesn't have one.
It has one per cylinder.