Question about 2006 Chrysler Sebring
I have change my water pump but didnt change my timing chain and now its make a funny noise what can i do to stop the noise
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Behind the headlight you should see a eletrical wires running to the headlight section. There will be a 2 inch round plastic ring. You grap the back of the bulb and turn it to the right which will release the bulb and the socket. You pull out the bulb and replace it the same way. If this doesnt help then get back to me.
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
done properly it shouldn't. While it is difficult the water pump can normally be changed without pulling the timing belt. Although this is not always true. I highly recommend you get the Haynes Repair manual on that vehicle before starting this repair. There are step by step instructions with photos of the work so you can see the proper alignment. If you are going to have to remove the timing belt I recommend you take the time to go ahead and replace it. Since there will be specific steps to align the Crank and Cams to make sure the timing stays correct.
Posted on Nov 18, 2011
SOURCE: i just put a timimg chain an water pump in a 2001 chrysler sebring 2.7 liter engine an it will back firer at start up an not run .no matter how many times i check timing marks everytime it seems to no
I just recently experienced the same problem. The timing is 180 degrees out. Unfortunately the only way to correct it is to take the engine apart again. Set the right hand camshaft to TDC by using the marks on the timing gear for that bank. The left will follow to the degree it can although you will have to manually hold the cam in position when you put the timing gear back on. Now you can remove the timing chain. The crank TDC indicator may not be right on but it will be close. Rotate the crank CW one revolution to the point the TDC marks are lined up. Now install the timing chain according to the instructions. The timing gears on the camshafts will only go on one way as the bolt holes are slightly off the extreme diameter of the gear. If you put the chain back on making sure that all the marks are proper, she'll fire on the second cylinder up. Not a fun job I know, but when everything works right, you do get a sense of satisfaction.
Posted on Jul 13, 2012
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