They are located in the in the center of the Valve Covers - three in the front cover, three in the rear cover. The front three are easy to remove, simply remove the plastic fuel rail cover. The rear are a little more complicated requiring the removal of the fuel plennum. This job is about a 3 out of 10 in difficulty.
They are on the front, rear, and transmission side.
engine needs to be removed
There are freeze plugs on the front, rear, and transmission sides of the engine.
Down the middle of the valve covers. On a V6 the intake has to be removed to access the rear three.
When changing the spark plugs on car for the first time it is important to have a diagram. For a Chrysler Sebring Convertible, a person can find the diagram in the maintenance manual of the car.
you have 2of the plug wires on the wrong plugs or distributor cap
On my 97 convertible there are rubber plugs in the front rear fenderwells down at the bottom. I found this out the hard way because the rear floor was wet when the water could not escape. How stupid is it that plugs are in there in the first place.
No, only on the sides.
Shop vac. There are plugs in the rear wheel wells which need to be removed for the water to drain.
There are several freeze plugs but the ones that are hidden and you are probably looking for are between the engine and the transmission mounting. The bad news is that you have to remove the transmission to some extent to even see the plugs. Good luck.
remove the plugs from the drainage holes located in front of the rear tire wells
The freeze plugs are on the engine, not the transmission.