Will the transmission from a 98 sebring fit a 99 Chrysler 300?
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Answer . I am assuming you mean for a wheel. You take the wheel off and the caliper and then finally the brake disc. pound out the busted stud through the other side. Be c…arefull not to hit the wheel bearing. insert the new stud and then using a huge C- clamp, tighten it into postion. Get a Chilton or Haynes manual for like 15 bucks, they tell how to do this and a whole lot more.
\n. \n Answer \n. \nYes, it will fit and mount up just fine. But you will have to make sure the front differential gear ratio matches that of your rear differential. Or …what you could do is swap the transmission from the Forester along with the rear differential from the Forester
No, they are completely different.
It is inside the transmission pan on the bottom of thetransmission.
The current generation, 2000-2013, does not have any.
It is the thing bolted to the driver side of the engine.
It is on the bottom of the trans.
It is inside the transmission pan.
The alternator is driven by the serpentine belt. Follow the belt around the engine and you will find the alternator.
Unfortunately they will not. The wheel hub bolts on the sebring are closer than that of the 300. I know this because I literally was in the same situation 5 minutes ago. They …would have looked great, but when I tried to put the 300 rim on the wheel hub, the holes were just too far apart.
They do use the same "dealer only" special tool dipstick. They do use the same "dealer only" special tool dipstick.
The transmission dipstick on a Chrysler 300 is a special tool that only the dealer has.
Yes it will fit but you will have to have a driveshaft made for it because the transfur case will not work on a 2-wheel drive transmission. 2-wheel and 4-wheel drive transmiss…ions will NOT interchange