In my 2000 4cly 2.4l is was the easiest thing in the world. There are in a line across the front. 1-2-3-4 Left to Right. You will need a deep socket with the rubber thing inside so the sparkplug doesn't fall out of the socket after you have loosened them and need to lift them out of the hole. You don't not have to take any manifold off, just gently pull the rubber plug boots off the spark plugs. The order of the boots is important. Label them or just do one at a time. in my 1999 the front 3 are easy, take the boots off, and take em out. the back 3, this is fun, u have to take off the upper intake manifold just to reach them. they are under the manifold. it gets pretty easy when you mess up and have to redo it 4 times, lol.
You take it to a shop.
It does not have a cabin filter from the factory.
A 2000 Chrysler Cirrus does not have a cabin filter.
No. A 2000 Chrysler does not have a reset.
You have to remove the upper intake manifold.
If it is like my 2000 Cirrus, I use the key to pop the cover off, then just remove and replace.
Are you sure you mean 2002 Chrysler Cirrus -- they quit making the Cirrus in 2000. It is now a Sebring
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
no it's located in the tank
You have to remove the upper intake.
check the size of the engine, if it is the same it will fit
It is inside the distributor. You have to replace the distributor to service the cam sensor.
I have a 2000 Chrysler cirrus it only blows cold air on the heat cycle. can someone help me as to why this is happening?
There is no such part on a Chrysler.
Can it be removed, yes. Is it legal to not replace or reinstall it, no. Will the car perform better without it, no.
gasoline, regular unleaded.
It does not have one.
The firing order for a 2000 Chrysler Cirrus is 1-2-3-4-5-6. Click the link for a diagram of the connections.
No. Chrysler does not have reset switches on the fuel system.