My daughter just purchased new headlights for her '97 Avenger and I have the same question. The lights have a lip on the bottom that makes it appear impossible to get out without first removing the front bumper assy. If anyone has a less painful way of doing this please chime in!
I had to remove my headlights to polish them, because road dirt and debris had so scarred them, they barely put out any light. To do this, I literally loosened all the surrounding body parts, and wiggled the light assemblies out. Irrespective of that, it was a bear and a half. Good luck with it!
The average time it takes to change the water pump on a 1998 Dodge Avenger is six to ten hours.
Dodge does not use inertia/reset switches.
The engine is under the hood.
That is part of the computer programming.
take of intake manifold.swear alot.good luck.
A 1998 Dodge Avenger requires 4.0 quarts of oil (this applies to both the 2.0L 4-cyl and the 2.5L V6)
The 1998 Dodge Avenger has an automatic transmission. The transmission fluid capacity on this vehicle is 9.2 quarts of fluid.
Zero from the factory.
In the fuel tank
It does not have a maf sensor.
I received these error codes for my 1998 Dodge Avenger, 6cyl. 2.5 What does these codes mean? Where would I start to fix these issues? ~THANK YOU ~ P0108 P1297 P0401
Your owners manual has instructions on how to turn each of these sounds on and off (user preference).
It is on the pump in the tank.
A scan tool is required.
There are several reasons the airbag light will stay on, in your 1998 Dodge avenger. The most common reason is the airbag sensor is not functioning properly.
take it and the headlights to a dealer
just over 12 gallons
When the headlights are on.
It is interference.