inside your trunk there are two or three plastic nuts that you have to remove to get the taillight assembly off the vehicle. once you have the nuts off push on the bolt ends and the taillight should pop out to enable you access to the rear of the taillight. from there its just twisting the lightbulb holders out of their twistseal mechanisms and replacing the light bulbs. be sure to use a clean cotton cloth to handle the lightbulb. you'll regret it if you handle them w/bare hands. they can shatter or overheat and blow out prematurely. once you have the lightbulb that is out replaced just reinsert the light assembly back into the mounting location, guiding the bolts back into their holes. Screw on the 3 plastic bolts and you're all set! just a tip on the plastic bolts, you can use a set of adjustable pliers or the right size wrench, but if they give you a lot of trouble you can use a set of visgrips, but dont over tighten them because they'll ruin your plastic bolts. the bolts are hard to turn with bare hands.
Charge it, test it, replace it.
I just got a 1997 Sebring convertible and it has 4 seats. I have a friend with a 06 Sebring and it Also has 4
The Hydraulic pump for 1997 to 2006 Chrysler Sebring convertible is located behind the back seat and center of the car on a small shelf.
I have a 1997 Sebring Convertible. Engine is currently at 152,000 miles and still going strong.
It is inside the fuel tank.
OPen the trunk or hood, pull out the panel and replace the bulb... If that doesnt work, check your fuses
Above the gas tank
engine needs to be removed
Yes, a transmission from a 98 Sebring will work in a 97 Sebring. This is because they are both a 2.5 liter engine and both are auto sticks.
The air bags might deploy for no reason in a 1997 Chrysler Sebring Convertible if their is a short in the system. It is also possible that a sensor in the bumper was broken somehow.