you cant you have to swap out the whole instrument cluster. I just had the same problem with mine.
If both are the same body style, sedan, coupe or convertible.If both are the same body style, sedan, coupe or convertible.
Are they flipped all the way around? I had my Caravan do the same when the battery went dead. I actually had to remove the gauge cluster and manually move them back. I am not too familiar with the sebring but since they are made by the same parent companies it shouldn't bee that hard to do yourself.
The convertible and four door sedan use the same engines.
It is inside the same part that displays the compass direction.
The same size that was in there is what will work with out major modifications.
Only the 2 door Sebring.(but not the convertible)
DEPENDS ON THE MODEL OF UR CAR AS TO WITCH FILTER AND THE LOCATIONif its the same as my 97 sebring convertible it is above the gas tank and you have to drop the tank to get to it
It is not a direct swap. They use different transmissions, computers, wiring, etc.
The only direct fit is the same engine that was in it.
Yes they were the same exact cluster.
hy i got the same problem mow i need a instrument cluster dont know wher to get one
If it's the convertible, it's 5 x 100 ( same as 5 x 4.0)
The engine is removed out of the bottom with the trans at the same time.
My wife and I purchased a Sebring (1998) that had the same problem. We were told it is the chip in the key. The key needs to be replaced.
The mileage is stored in the BCM not the cluster, so you can replace the cluster without changing the odometer reading.
i have the same problem. i just got back from the dealer. they said it is either an instrument cluster or ignition switch. ugh!
Pop out the bezel around the radio and note the 5/16 bolts (4 of 'em ) holding the main cluster bezel down. Remove the Fuse Access door on the driver side with the door open and remove the 5/16 screw just inside the access area. Remove them and GENTLY pull up on the assembly until it begins to pop out. The entire assembly should lift out from around the instrument cluster. Remove the 4 screws on the cluster (same size as the others) and lift the cluster. Lay the cluster down upside down and CAREFULLY unplug the cluster. One Blue, One Black connector. VIOLA! it's out. Replace in the reverse order.
The instrument cluster can be replaced. The connectors on the back of the instrument clusters are the same for all versions of that generation of the Ford Focus. There are however problems when doing this: -The odometer will show the miles from the old cluster. The milage is built in to the cluster, not the car. -Some panel lights (like the ABS light) may light up depending on your vehicle's options. It is sometimes possible (although usually relatively expensive) to have the cluster reprogrammed at a Ford dealership to correct these problems.
The 2 door Chrysler Sebring (non-convertible) Also the 1996 Mitsubishi Eclipse
I have the same problem I am ready to jack the chrysler up and install a Toyota underneath it
as long as the same instruments are there then yes.
Yes, the mileage is stored in the body computer.
The speedometer itself will work but you will need to take the instrument cluster apart and transplant the speedometer unit from the 92 cluster into the 87 cluster. The speedo mechanism is the same but the clusters are different.
I have a 2002 and the fuses are located just inside the door on the driver side of the dash. Not sure about the 01, but it may be in the same place. Good luck.