It is possible. I would suggest taking the car back to where you got the factory part ( a dealer I am assuming ) and get someone there to check to see if the part has serial or OEM numbers on it. If it does, then they should be able to find you a part that will fit. If it doesn't have numbers, then maybe its a good time to look at some new parts if it is within your budget. A thermostat is an essential part of your vehicle, and is a necessary part to have in place and in good working order. Without one, you will have overheating issues. Overheating accounts for over 40% of the cars I see in my shop one way or another. Hope this helps Chris
Its a muffler that isn't stock on your vehicle and usually not a factory brand replacement.
not from the factory, maybe an aftermarket chip, cpu, programmer
From the factory it did not. Aftermarket replacement parts could have grease able fittings.
Suzuki never offered a factory(OEM) gun rack they were all put in a the dealerships, using aftermarket product
If a Chrysler Sebring has a supercharger it is aftermarket and not factory.If a Chrysler Sebring has a supercharger it is aftermarket and not factory.
bypass the factory amp
The factory wheels are. Aftermarket wheels will probably stud center.The factory wheels are. Aftermarket wheels will probably stud center.
I know of no aftermarket kit. Unless it comes from the factory it would be hard to install a factory unit.
You should consider getting yourself a service manual. Either from your factory manufacturer or aftermarket. Both one should be good as they do teach you how to AC replacement.
Yes they can be.
need factory scan tool or aftermarket scan tool need factory scan tool or aftermarket scan tool
You can install aftermarket speakers with a factory radio, but if you're not good with car electronics you may want to have someone else install them for you.
NO. But both these barrels are easy to remove and replace and there is a wide selection of factory or aftermarket replacement choices available for both guns.
Factory or aftermarket?
You have to go purchase an aftermarket wiring harness. that will plug into the factory harness then you can wire it to the aftermarket radio.
The factory sensors can be installed into most wheels.
Many aftermarket companies sell adapters for aftermarket wire harnesses. They have the original factory harness at one end and you cennect that to the harness that came with the radio. Check your local car audio installer.
Looks like 190 from the factory. See link for discussion on optional 160 degree thermostat.
if it is aftermarket with new switch on interior, expect to be charged 2-3 hours of labor to install. If it is a factory replacement should only be 1 hour of labor
Factory applied or aftermarket?
Factory said to use a 195 degree thermostat
Yes. All sunroofs both factory and aftermarket have drains because it is impractical to totally seal a roof opening.
This is a 15 year old vehicle. The thermostat is very cheap insurance. Just replace it when performing a cooling system service. Replace it by removing the old thermostat, carefully cleaning off the old gasket. Install the new gasket & thermostat, spring toward engine block, and tighten to factory specs, and no more.
if you have the Bose system you might need to hook up the aftermarket amp wire to the factory amp