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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
ok heres the simple version its alot of work
remove hood put someplace safe
disconnect all wireing and mark off with masking tape and marker
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remove all plastic part molding from engine
find the engine hoist holes for chain to hook to
this is a unibodi design so the whole front chassis drops down
unbolt the chassis make sure to have the chasis blocked and stable
lift car while chasis stays on floor engine tranny and every thing inside hood comes down on the unibody this is how you remove an engine from a sebring
or you take to the dealer spend the doe cause you got a nice car and have it done right
Posted on Jun 13, 2008
something has triggered the fail safe ,could be anything from a tail light bulb out to low brake fluid level,but i could be wrong of course and no doubt i am.europeon cars use encrypted software thats designed to be dealer only, american cars ??dont know about this but iam assuming their standard as lots of boy racer ,sunday car mechanics type tools for fault reading??here on a europeon car they tell you your not connected ??connection pins in different places and encrypted software.. makes any fault a dealer only job and lots of money,just to connect computer is around 80€ before you evan pay labour .
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
Providing the radio is the original fitment then pop off to your local Chrysler dealership with Log book/title, proof of ownership and identification, they should be only too glad to supply you the code. There may be a small fee?
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Posted on Feb 24, 2009
Sounds like a bad PCM.A dealer may be able to reflash the thing but not certain.Do a web search for the above code and you'll get all kinds of info. Good Luck
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
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