If I remember correctly... On the drivers side, about midway, above the tie rod.
It's a tight squeeze to remove. recommend the type of filter grip that goes on the end of the filter.
The band type is tedious due to limited room to grip and turn.
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Jacquelin! The thermostat n a 3.5 Chrysler 300M is on the block right next to, and toward the front of the engine by the oil filter. Yes, that sems a bit strange, but then I'm not a bit surprised about this engine any more. As the big radiator hose leaves the radiator finding its' way toward the block, it terminates at a traditional "goose neck" at the block behind the power steering pump- only accessible by removing the oil filter and using an extension and a u joint BUT FIRST: lower the anti freeze in the system by draining some fluid. But anyway- THAT'S where it is. Have fun, fix it up and GO!
There are three engines that come with this car, there are two engines 2.0 and2.4 with the oil pressure switch located on the right front of the engine block, and then if it has the 2.5 engine then the oil pressure switch is located on the leftside of the engine block above the oil filter, good luck,.
The thermostat is located at the end of the lower radiator hose at the engine Next to the oil filter. Sometimes it is easier to change the oil at the same time cause if you remove the oil filter it makes it easier to get to one of the bolts to remove the housing where the thermostat is. Hope this helps
The starter is under the car on the left side by the oil filter. You will need to take off the oil filter, the motor mounts, and then take the starter off, their are 3-4 bolts holding the starter on, the hardest one to get off is the one on the top . You will need a swivel to get the top one off. It will take about 3 hrs or so as long as they give you a good starter at the store.