No Chrysler does not use inertia or kill switches.
Non, it is not equipped with a passenger airbag switch.
It is on a bracket, just above the brake pedal.
It is called a 41 TE
It is next to the air cleaner.
It is behind the rear seat back.
It's on the Right side of the Steering column, like practically every other car made.
No. The body changed after 2000.No. The body changed after 2000.
It is where the lower radiator hose hooks to the engine.
No, different body shape.No, different body shape.
To unplug the oil pressure switch for a 1999 Chrysler Sebring 2.5, simply remove the connector from the back of the switch. With the switch unplugged, the computer will think the engine has low oil pressure.
There are four mounts. Center left, right, front, and rear.
It is behind the rear seat. You remove the rear seat to access.
There are freeze plugs on the front, rear, and transmission sides of the engine.
If you are looking for an inertia or reset switch, Chrysler does not use them.
Coupe, under the hood. Convertible, inside the fender, in front of the driver side tire.
The oil pan on the bottom is the fluid reservoir.
It is on the top rear of the transmission bell housing.