On the four cylinder it is on the top of the valve cover. On the six cylinder, it is inside the distributor.
Chrysler does not use reset switches.
The first Chrysler Sebring was a Coupe (hardtop) & was released in 1995, the Sebring Convertible didn't get released until the following year - 1996.
The only dipstick are for the engine oil and automatic transmission fluid.
Through the top of the valve covers, under the plug wires.
I'm not real sure about a 1995 Sebring, but on my 1999 Sebring it is located on the left side (Driver's side) of the dash board. There is a panel that you pull off and there they are. If it's not there, then look in the owner manual for the location. If you don't have an owners manual, you should be able to get a .pdf one off the Internet.
On the 2.5L V6 it is built inside the distributor.
No, buy the correct part.
its against the firewall under the windshield fluid reservoir
You order one from a dealer/parts store.
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The engine computer is also the voltage regulatorThe engine computer is also the voltage regulator
There are no reset switches on a Chrysler Cirrus.
It is inside the transmission on the valve body. It is called a transmission range sensor.
Chrysler doesn't use fuel shut off switches, the system is computer controlled with relays
It is mounted on the top rear of the transmission bell housing.
The data link connector is under the dash on the driver side.
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The 1995 Hyundai Elantra EGR valve is located on the firewall in the engine compartment. The EGR valve will be on the passenger side of the firewall.