Exactly what it came with from the factory. Yup, yup. You need to use the same engine that came out of a JXI. The coupe and convertables are 2 totally different cars. The LXI is considered to be the coupe, and they have a Mitsubishi engine in them, while the convertable have a Chrysler engine in it.
Anything is possible, but that would not be easy.
The dealer would be the first place I would check.
not much just find an srt4 neon an avenger a sebring or a talon with a 420a motor
Anything is possible. It would require major modifications.
In order to find a replacement for an electric motor I would go to surplusmotors which is a site online where they sell many different types of motors including the one you are looking for.
Normal would be above 30 psi at idle. 12 psi is the minimum.
Any replaceable part would be an accessory or a replacement part.
It really depends on how fast you need the motor, and what type it is. I would suggest going to your local ford house and asking for an estimate.
You could use the non-convertable seats in a convertable Sebring, but there would be a huge safety issue as you would not have seatbelts. The seatbelts are built in to the Sebring convertable seats. The bolt down assemblies for both however are identicle.
most definitely the motor mounts replacement would be the result of the accident usually motor mounts will last for years
A failed blower motor resistor. It is located under the dash on the passenger side.
About the only place to get something like that would be the dealership.