As far as the knocking noise in the front goes, I have the same problem and was told that it is the lower control arm bushings. From what I understand, the OEM bushings wear pretty fast which is not uncommon since most cars have busings that are rubber and don't hold up to salt, moisture, etc. The good news is that you can find front control arm bushings pretty easy and they are usally less than $50 for a set. Aftermarket ones should be polyurethane and they'll probably outlast the car and provide a better ride too. Figure 1 1/2 hours on the rack- tops at your local mechanic. The knocking you hear in the rear (yes, I had that problem too) is the Idler arm. The bushings on the Idler arm wear down as well and that noise comes from it banging around when you go over a bump. You have to order the Ider arm, which has the bushings integrated into it already. It's relatively inexpensive - @60 I believe. Figure 45 minutes on the rack at your local mechanic. It also wouldn't hurt to check your spare tire carrier and make sure you have it fully lifted (the tightening nut is inside the liftgate concealed under a plastic cover).
The thermostat on a Chrysler PT Cruiser is changed by disconnecting the upper radiator hose, unbolting the thermostat housing, and removing the thermostat. A new unit can then be put in place and reattached.
The 2.4L uses 4.5 quarts.
Not all PT Cruisers, but, newer 2006 did come with the cabin filter. The OEM is changed thru the Glove box, the add on is changed by removing the firewall cowl... Kind of a pain to change, but, I put one on my 2002 an the filter cost 14.00 at your Chrysler dealer...
Tuning up a Chrysler PT Cruiser can be done at home or by a mechanic. A tune up will consist of an oil change, changing the spark plugs and wires, air filter, and distributor cap.
In order to change the timing belt in your PT Cruiser you will need the new tensioner and timing belt covers. Your dealership should have the parts you need
In order to change the evaporator in Pt Cruiser, the entire dash has to be removed, then replace the evaporator, and reinstall the complete dash.
about 3 hours if you know what you are doing
Book time is about 8 hours.
I Believe it's recommended to change it every 60000 miles (100000km) Every 100,000 miles should be sufficient.
i at first put bricks to waged the car.then loose the nut and changed the tire of land cruiser by lifting up one side of the car.
Best answer is to check the owner's manual. If car is missing that, go to a Chrysler dealer and pick a manual up. All fluid replacement intervals are spelled out in the manual.
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No, the engine doesn't have to be pulled to change the water pump.
I put it right below the lower control arm bushing. There's a cross beam there too where you can put the jack stands
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depends on what type off knocking it is if its a loud one that you can hear while standing outside the car: u need to get a tune up!!! it could just be a loose spark plug or just in need off an oil change really bad.. hope this helps you...
Pressure switch on a 2005 Chrysler 300 C can be changed by removing the wires from the switch. Remove the retaining nut. Reverse the process to install the new switch.
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The entire passenger side of the engine needs disassembled. It requires a few special tools. I would not recommend an inexperienced person attempting it.
Get a Manual
A 1999 Chrysler does not have a cabin filter.
by buliding and knocking down things
no, change your spark plugs