You may want to check your alternator to make sure it is producing enough charge to run everything at night.
you need to put more in your question but I could say your oil is too cold so its really thick
The best place to look for aftermarket car parts is the World Wide Web. I found quite a few retailers selling Chrysler Sebring water pump online. You should be able to find some really good deals since this is an extremely competitive market. In fact, I found a wide range of water pumps for Chrysler Sebring on 1aauto.com. If you place an order before 3pm Eastern Time, they'll ship it to you the same day!
hamster's vibrate when they are really frighten or cold
Well, first you need to find out what engine you really have... Chrysler never offered a 2.9L V6 in a sebring. Even today they are 2.7L. In '98 the V6 was a 2.5L, I know this because I own one. When you find out what engine you do have ask again and I'll likely be able to answer. Good luck
That will change constantly and it really depends on what you mean by kits. See sources and related links below for a popular online choice.
2004-current models can be downloaded. Paper versions of model year 1981-current are available for purchase. It really would be easier if they were all online but they aren't so I would just buy one from your Chrysler dealer.
I really don't know. I think you have tO hit the drumskin with the drumstick to make it vibrate
The Chrysler Sebring is the worst car on gas milage i have ever had and for being a 4 cylinder i will never buy one again I recently purchased a 2003 Chrysler Sebring, 4 cyl. 73,000 original miles, great condition inside and outside. I paid $5300! So far, it gets really good mileage! The only problem I have encountered, so far, is that, after idling for several minutes, the car dies out. Seems to be a common problem, regardless of the year. Also, when the car is below 1/2 tank of gas, the gauge doesn't read properly. I've run out of gas twice with no warning! Bummer!
Everything on a car is designed to out at 100,000 miles...lol. Depends on how much it's used, how much it sat idleing in traffic, etc. It's really hard to say.
Not easily, they are not really compatible.
You can REALLY good lights and lasers and strobes at Spencer's or Amazon.com
The chrome wheels are for sure not plastic. I would think that if Chrysler calls it a Genuine Wood Dash, then it is wood and not plastic. Looks can be deceiving.
Ghosts are definitely scared of lights. Yes, lights can really kill ghosts.
Actually, it sounds like you are getting by cheap. If you think it is too high, call around for a couple more estimates.
i dont really know but i think he was finding about the directions of the lights
Find Christmas lights at Kohl's. They are really cheap there.
The strobe lights that are used for Halloween decorations are the ones that are shaped like skulls or pumpkins. strobe lights that have blacks lights in them are also an alternative option to give the room a creepy effect!
Owner's manual says every five years and then every two years after the initial change. Manual also recommends HOAT coolant, such as Valvoline G-05 or Mopar HOAT coolant(sold at Chrysler dealers). DO NOT used Dexcool. It is really bad on Chrysler internal parts. Chrysler also recommends not using the traditional green coolant. Many coolant manufacturers (Prestone and Peek)now have 'universal' coolant, which is supposed to be compatible with all makes, but the choice is up to you. Hope this helps.
The mouse is most likey just breathing they breathe really fast so yeah !
depends on what type off knocking it is if its a loud one that you can hear while standing outside the car: u need to get a tune up!!! it could just be a loose spark plug or just in need off an oil change really bad.. hope this helps you...
These bicycle lights are really easy to install on to your bike See link below
Yes, there are lights that you can buy that come with adjustable lighting. These lights are really new and usually more expensive.
The answer is some flat edge on a couple of needle bearings on the universal joint.