The make and model of your vehicle has nothing to do with checking the battery. A battery is a battery. Before testing a battery, it must first be palced on a charger for a long enough period of time to be fully charged. Then a battery is tested by measuring the voltage while the battery is under an electrical load. I do not recall the amount of load [measured in Amps or watts], but it should be fairly heavy. Store bought testers have the required load built in so the only action necessary is to properly connect [making sure of correct polarity, i.e., red to red (positive to positive), and black to black (negative to negative)] the clamps of the tester to the positive and negative terminals of the battery. The instructions with the tester will explain how to read the meter, and what values should be.
In front of the drivers side front wheel
With a scan tool.
check the ecm fuse
The bulb is burnt out or has been removed.
Take the driver side front wheel off and take the wheel well out.. will be sitting in the front
Chrysler does not have reset buttons.
No, a Chrysler Cirrus does not. The fuel system is computer controlled with relays.
in front of the car
Behind fog light on passenger side
The fuel filter on a 1997 Chrysler Cirrus is located above the gas tank. It is in the fender wall just ahead of the rear cross member that holds the two rear fenders together.
It is on the front of the transmission, below the cooler hoses.
was wondering if someone can tell me how in detail to remove the tranny from my 1997 chrysler cirrus i need to replace the torque converter seal
Chrysler does not have inertia or reset switches. The fuel pump is controlled by a relay in the under hood fuse box on Cirrus.