The water pump is powered by the timing belt. While you're in there you may as well change the belt. I'm told you need a special tool to keep the cam? aligned while everything is apart ( I brought it to a garage to have it done) I'm sure a Chilton's manual ( or equivilent ) will describe how to do it.
To replace the mirror on the drivers side of a 1996 Chrysler Cirrus acquire a direct replacement with the sail mount. This mirror is heated, non folding and is installed with a Philips head screwdriver.
It must be replaced every 105,000 miles.
Yes, it should.
It is in the distributor, you have to buy a distributor to replace.
Chrysler does not have reset switches.
No, Chrysler does not use reset buttons.
I got my Chrysler Cirrus LX going 110 MPH then the govener kicked in and it slowed me down i have a 1996 Chrysler and it does 120 but it takes a while to get there
Attached to the engine-right behind it.
The engine computer is the voltage regulator.
Some will be.
It is the opening in the fender that the tire sits in.
You have to remove the fuel tank.
It is inside the body computer.
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It is built into the distributor, not available seperately.
Remove battery ground for at least two minutes.
It is on the front of the crankshaft, under the timing belt.