the best thing to do is to get a manual. Front disc brakes are really easy to change out only maybe two bolts hold the rotor on to the disk and the pads are held on with clips. The best thing to do is get a manual it will have a troubleshooting section in it too. Follow the insturctuions to the T and it will be just like having a mechanic do it.
The abs system must be hooked up to a computer and bled by a shop. you can replace the brakes without bleeding by carefully pushing the calipers back with a caliper compressor. if you have to bleed it it costs about $45 in qa shop for and hours labor.
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.
In front of the drivers side front wheel
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.
Chrysler does not use inertia switches, the fuel system is controlled with relays.
Chrysler does not use inertia/reset switches.
With a scan tool.
need engine size. 2 or 4.
The alarm is part of the programming of the BCM and can not be removed