Remove the neg battery cable then the wiring and nuts holding it from the back of the dash. Then remove the knobs and the3 nuts under them and work it out from the back
The easiest way to remove the radio is to remove the ashtray assembly. There are a few small Phillips head screws in there. Then pull up on the center console cover and push it backward around the gearshift. The actual panel around the radio is held on by a friction cover you can easily pull off. The radio itself has 4 screws on it and then you just pull forward to disengage the wiring harness from the back. Reinstall is the reverse. I can switch mine out in less than 5 minutes.
remove right front tire. rf inner fender liner, then you can get to the battery
Yes , the 2002 Dodge Intrepid is front wheel drive
A 2002 Intrepid has 6 upper and 6 lower rod bearings shells.
If it's serpentine, pull on an idler. if not, there will be a bolt through a slot on bracket to allow movement.
Dodge does not use inertia/reset switches.
There are no plug wires. The Intrepid has a coil on plug system.
At a recycling yard.
Inside the trans pan.
It has an engine computer (PCM)
That is the electronic automatic transaxle.
1st Remove the dash Panel it easly snaps off. then it exposes the radio bracket screws remove those then the radio slides out then remove the cables and antenna from the back and your Done!! Good Luck Matt
It doesn't have a mass airflow sensor.
It is under the intake, between the heads.
Down the dipstick tube.
To get to the side mirror switch on a 2002 Dodge Intrepid look on the driver side door. The mirror switch is located just above the window up and down switches.
There are four oxygen sensors on a 2002 Intrepid. There is one before, and one after the catalytic converter on each side of the engine.