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How do you replace the water pump on a 1998 Chrysler Sebring 2.9L V6?

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2006-08-06 16:52:23
2006-08-06 16:52:23

Well, first you need to find out what engine you really have... Chrysler never offered a 2.9L V6 in a sebring. Even today they are 2.7L. In '98 the V6 was a 2.5L, I know this because I own one. When you find out what engine you do have ask again and I'll likely be able to answer. Good luck

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