Question about 2006 Chrysler Sebring
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
(Fuel filter will not effect anything, it only prevents build up in engine)
Could be one of these-
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Posted on Sep 28, 2009
SOURCE: thermostat housing
If HOUSING is broken, there is no repair, replace it. If you are replacing the thermostat, go to auto parts shop and they will show you where it is, and how to replace it. Just make sure you put thermostat in with the right side up, clean BOTH surfsces, and tighten down as specified. Having to go back and do it again will s@#k
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
This is called the water pump weep passage which is a sign that your seal in the water pump has failed.
You need to replace the water pump.
Posted on Sep 15, 2010
Parts Approx...... $70
Labour ...............2 hour. May take up to 8 Hours. It Depends on your experience how fast you get the job done.
Location. its located somewhere behind the alternater. so you must romove alternator. (Ac Compressor removal is optional)
1. Disconnect Battery Cable,
2. Raise the car on Hoist Or Jack up
3. Drain Coolant from Radiator
4. Remove Right Front Wheel and Splash Shields
5. Remove Belt and Tensioner
6.Remove Dip Stick Bolt + remove Dip Stick tube. ( cover dip stick hole so that coolant dosunt get in to oil pan) or (Do an oil change if coolant gets in to oil pan)
7. Remove Lower Alternator Bolt
8. Remove Uper Alternator Bolts (Access from the Hood).
9. Remove All the Connections to the Alternator and Ac.
11. Remove Thermostat housing bolts
12. Remove thermostat
to installl Reverse the procedure and at the end open the bleeder valve and pour in coolant slowly in to the reservoir
add coolant and bleed the air out.
let the thermostat valve open and cerculate coolant untill Rad cooling fan cycles.
thats it you are done!!
Posted on Oct 29, 2010
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