This one's a snap... well, about 4 snaps... At the unit that houses the filter, there are 4 snaps that hold the case together. Simply raise them up - one at a time - until the top comes off... From that point, replace the filter and reverse the process to put it back.
If you've not done this in awhile, you won't BELIEVE how dirty the old one is!
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It doesn't have one.
No, it does not.No, it does not.
You will need about five quarts.
Replace it every 100,000 miles.
A 2003 Chrysler Sebring is fuel injected and does not have a choke.
There is a filter located at the lest rear of the fuel tank
The owners manual for a 2003 Chrysler Sebring LX is found at an automotive shop. It can be found and purchased from the dealership as well.
It is located at the passenger side behind the oil pan. You need to be under the vehicle to watch it .
Fluid needed after filter change is normally about five quarts.
When you change the water pump on 2003 Chrysler Sebring six cylinder, you first need to purchase the correct replacement pump. You will need the right tools including wrenches to remove the old pump that is located on the cylinder block in the engine.
Yes, that is the proper refrigerant.
if its the same as the 2003 i unscrewed the whole housing for the air filter then took it off. because i couldn't get the filter out with out doing so.
Middle of the valve covers.
2.7L is a chain. All others are a belt.
You pour it down the dipstick tube.
It uses 5W30 conventional.
No, only available in front wheel drive.