Fuel, about sixteen.
The engine holds 4.5 quarts.
Under the back seat on right side there is a cover you remove. Then there are nuts that hold the fuel pump in the tank.
About 9 quarts dry fill.
A 2004 2.4L uses about 4.5 quarts.
60.6 L (16 gal.)
You remove the screws that hold it in place.
Transmission total capacity is almost 9 quarts.
Engine capacity is 4.5 quarts. Transmission capacity is 9 quarts.
The engine holds five quarts.
Tank capacity is twenty gallons.
Any light on the vehicle that is on all the time, and any relay that is stuck. Also if the battery has a dead cell it will not hold a charge.
2.4L and 3.0L hold 4.5 quarts 3.3L and 3.8L hold 5 quarts
I have a 2001 sebring and they tend to place the battery in the front driver fender area. You have to remove the front driver tire, then remove (pry or unscrew) the bolts that hold the fender shield in place. It's most likely there in the fender/ bumper area.
check to see if the cam is turning. check coil by turning on and off the switch. have someone hold on to the big wire out of the coil.
A 3.8 liter Chrysler Pacifica hold approximately 5 quarts of oil. A 4.0 liter Chrysler Pacifica hold 5.5 quarts of oil.
Depends on what you mean by "reset". Are you referring to the counter in the dashboard odometer display? Just hold the button down for 5 seconds while the gas meter is displayed.
2000 Chrysler sebring,to replace battery car must go to dealer to have fender removed so new battery can be installed, they charge $169.00 for this work. Or they remove it through the hatch in the wheel well. Turn wheel fully left. Disconnect terminals. Remove the panel from the left wheel well. Remove the battery hold-down
On a Chrysler product it would hold almost 9 if empty.On a Chrysler product it would hold almost 9 if empty.
It hold 7 quarts