Change it every 100,000 miles.
At least every 100,000 miles.
Replace the timing belt every 100,000 miles.
The manufacturer indicates that it should be replaced at 60,000 miles.
Change the timing belt every 100,000 miles.
The 1998 Chrysler Sebring has a timing belt.
Change it every 100,000 miles.
Replace it every 100,000 miles.
No, it has a timing belt.
2.4L timing belt. 2.7L timing chain.
It has a timing chain.
The 2.7 has a timing chain
It depends on the year and engine, could be 5 hours or 9 hours.
If the timing belt in the 1998 Chrysler Sebring causes damage to the valves and the head when it breaks, they will have to be replaced. It is recommended that the water pump also be replaced when replacing the timing belt.
The 2.7L has a chain. All other engines have a timing belt.
On engines with a timing belt, it is inside the passenger side of the engine.
A 2.7L has a chain, all other engines have a belt.
The chain should last for the life of the engine.
Every 100,000 miles Every 100,000 miles
2.7L is a chain. All others are a belt.
It is on the front of the crankshaft, under the timing components.
It is inside the passenger side of the engine.
2.7L has chains. 2.4L has a belt.
There are gold colored links on the chain and dots/dashes on the sprockets.
The cost to replace a timing belt on a Chrysler Sebring can vary depending on the area you are in and if you do the job yourself or take it to a shop. You will have the cost of the belt and labor costs for the job if you take it to a shop.
Yes it can be done in vehicle. Yes it can be done in vehicle.
The Chrysler Sebring drive belt can be found on the front of the engine. It is also referred to as a serpentine belt. The timing belt can be found behind the front engine cover.
If you are asking about ignition timing there is no adjustment it is controlled by the engine controller
Replace the timing belt at least every 100,000 miles.
it has a chain 1 primary and 2 secondary and the engine is an interference engine
in the front of engine it is driven by the timing belt.
It is inside the engine, driven by the timing belt/chain.
It is behind the timing system, on the front of the crankshaft.
It is inside the engine, driven by the timing chain.
2.4L, one. 2.7L, none it has a chain.
It has a chain It has a chain
Inside the front of the engine, driven by the timing belt.
3.5L V6, yes. All other engines, no.
If you don't have fire at the plug, change the crank sensor first, then the coil.
The timing chain does not have a recommended change interval and should last for the life of the engine.
The manual says to have it replaced between 60K and 66K and again at 120K to 130K
60,000 miles. This is an interference engine. If the belt breaks you will have serious engine damage.
Since the Sebring has spark and compression , check the crank sensor, and the timing belt. If the timing has jumped or the sensor is bad then the engine will not start.
Yes, the 1997 Chrsler Sebring JXi 2.5L has a timing belt which should be checked every time the vehicle is serviced to see if is to be replaced. Replace it and the water pump every 100,000 miles.
I have the 2.7 liter v6 and it runs off the timing chain.
It is inside the passenger side of the engine, driven by the timing belt.