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.
See the following in this discussion list: Why is the water leaking into the frame well of your 1997 seabring convertible? Why is water leaking into the frame well of your 1997 Chrysler Sebring convertible? How do you unclog the rain water drain that is draining into the car? Where are the drain holes on a 97 Chrysler Sebring convertible?
remove the plugs from the drainage holes located in front of the rear tire wells
If it is a convertible the drain holes are full of crap, they are located under the rocker panels. They are usually bent shut when using a jack or lift in the wrong location.
This is a fairly common problem. If you do a search at www.sebringclub.com in the "how to" section you should find your answer complete with pictures. Irritating isn't it. Anon
there are two on each side of the car one is in front of the car door under the lip and the 2nd is behind the door opening under the lip
On some Chrysler radios there are two round holes on the display panel of the radio with a letter h and m for hours and minutes. just take pen point and push into these holes to set the time.
So that they can be taken out if any water gets into the trunk, and while in place they stop grouind water getting in.
I have experienced this problem. On the underside of the car, on both sides, running from wheelwell to wheelwell is a weld. There are several holes in the weld that become plugged and do not allow water to escape. You can feel where the weld seperates with your hand. I use a short piece of a coat hanger to open the holes. Make sure that the drain plugs in the rear fenderwells are out. With the convertible water that runs down the top has no where to go. It will accumulate in the fenderwells and then seep into the vehicle if the two rubber plugs are not removed to allow the water to drain out.
If the underside of your car was 'rust-proofed' then the weep holes for the water to escape are probably blocked. Thus, you probably have water inside the cavity under the passenger's seat. (Note: this is also where Chrysler, in their infinite wisdom, installs the audio amplifier on the JXi convertible!) Over time, and enough rain water to fill that cavity, it has nowhere else to go but INSIDE the car... (which also will eventually flood and short out your stereo amplifier). To remedy this, I used a chisel to separate the sheet-metal seam (underneath), and also punched a few small holes, in the bottom of that floor cavity. The water ran out for about a half hour. I then proceeded to replace the damaged amplifier with the one purchased on eBay for $75. (GREAT design, Chrysler!)
There are ten drain holes, five on each side of the car. They are in the ridge, on the bottom of the car, between the front and rear tires. It is the ridge that you would jack the car up on. They are very skinny, so to clean them, you could use a knife (butter knife) and then blow them out. They are in the inside of the ridge, so they are only visible looking outward. They are at an angle. The rear ones on each side could be pinched shut from jacking up the car.
== == == == * Heater core leaking? * Evaporator drain plugged? * Windshield seal? * Door seal? * Water backed up from clogged drain holes
Unfortunately they will not. The wheel hub bolts on the sebring are closer than that of the 300. I know this because I literally was in the same situation 5 minutes ago. They would have looked great, but when I tried to put the 300 rim on the wheel hub, the holes were just too far apart.
The heater coil is defective My 99 convertible did this, fried my amp under the seat and blew my speakers and stereo. the problem ended up being that the weep holes in the body under the rockers were pinched shut. I had recently had the fender replaced and the weep hole was right where the jack goes. Took a screw driver and opened them back up.
On most small Chrysler outboards, there is a dust cover under the flywheel nut. Once removed, you can see the puller bolt holes. I have seen flywheels with no holes drilled, but there were dimples where they belonged. In these cases, I drilled and tapped the holes myself.
Most black holes are located in the center of galaxies.
the fender probably fills up with water. You need to make sure that the drain holes under the car are open. this shorts out the motors. then you need to access the motor and have it rebuilt or find a used one.
It may, the drain holes are critical in sun roofs and all automobile doors.
As far as I know, there is no such thing as holes on the Sun.
is it a convertible? if so the onlt thing that you do is lift the flap in the corners ( with the top up of course) and there you will find the speakers. Simply undo the screws and unhook the connection. Then you put the new speakers back in the holes, attach the wires and put the screws back in.
There are no black holes on the sun. Are you thinking of sunspots?
They are located behind their eyes the holes are their ears
Ozone holes are located are the poles of earth. It is because the depletion of ozone requires very low temperatures that can be found out at poles only.
There are many holes in the ozone layer, the largest is above the south pole.