There is no drain plug. You remove the pan to drain.
It does not have a drain plug. You remove the pan to drain the fluid.
It should be on the drain plug.
The radiator drain plug on a Chrysler Sebring is located on the bottom, left side of the radiator. It allows for coolant to be quickly drain from the system.
It is on the lower passenger side of the radiator. Very tough to get to.
It is on the bottom rear of the oil pan.
in the botton of the oil pan
It is on the bottom, passenger side of the radiator.
The drain plug for a 2006 Chrysler Sebring is located either in the bottom of the oil pan or in the lower part of the side. Draining warm oil will make a faster and more efficient oil change.
Chrysler doesn't use drain plugs on they're transmissions. so it isn't there
Depends on what you are trying to drain ... please be more specific on which fluid needs to be removed.
Just forward and outboard from the oil filter, screws in horizontally.
You need to remove the engine oil drain plug. It is on the bottom rear of the engine.
plug is on back side of silver waffle textured oil pan next to filter
On the lowest point of the oil pan.
Should be on the bottom or rear of the radiator or remove the lower radiator hose
Most Chrysler transmissions do not have a drain plug.
The engine oil drain plug is on the bottom rear of the engine oil pan. The transmission does not have a drain plug, you remove the pan to drain.The engine oil drain plug is on the bottom rear of the engine oil pan. The transmission does not have a drain plug, you remove the pan to drain.
It is on the bottom pass side of the radiator. It is very difficult to access.
That is an engine block heater. It heats the engine coolant.
it takes 5 liters of 5w 30, the oil drain plug should be 5/8 and torqued to 25 ft/lbs
There is an o ring on the plug that will need replaced.