Question about 2002 Chrysler Sebring
I have a 2.4 litre v4 2002 chrysler sebring LX sedan. The two hoses that go just a little beneath the coolant reservoir all the way to the heater hose have leaks and need to be replaced. I am trying to figure out what all parts need to be taken out to put the new ones in there. It looks congested when I saw the setup so wondering if it is a easy job or I can't avoid paying the repair technician Thanks
I can't tell you for sure, may be you can tell me? do you think you can get the metal pipes out, the rubber hoses are designed to be serviceable, metal pipes are not. In saying this if you can get them out, good remembering that these metal pipes are normally bolted to the motor to stop vibration, you will need this pipe from your dearer and don't forget your rust inhibiter, very important
Posted on Jan 01, 2014
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