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Where is the map sensor on 2003 sebring lx 2.7l? Is it easily replaced?

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Info94383: the part you seek is located on the driver's side just behind the shock tower, mounted on the fire wall.
It has a two wire connector plugging int it and if you look at it, the plug on this one plugs in, where the plug comes from the front and plugs in horizontally to the sensor, The other components have the plugs going in from the top or the side.

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