Question about 2001 Chrysler Sebring
I wanted to do this as well myself and with the help of the Haynes repair Manual, I found out the following (one more thing to peeve me off about my SEbring). I am not advocating Haynes nor knocking the book either, but you should maybe get one or a better repair manual before you start tinkering with this engine. Enough of that though, here is the scoop on the heater core. Ok, your not going to want to hear this but the HVAC housing has to be removed before you can remove the heater core. I hate this engine design on this car. I have one. It makes it so hard to try to do stuff myself, if not impossible. THE HVAC system is highly pressurized and must only be dealt with by someone quaified to deal with these lines and depressurize them. If you try this yourself, you could get seriously injured. As well, once depressurized, the car wont be driveable because the instrument panel will be off. So, I recommend, as much as your going to hate this answer, dont do it yourself. Take it to a qualified, trustworthy shop. Good luck and be safe...
Posted on Sep 26, 2008
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