Question about 2001 Chrysler Sebring
Your on the right track,its usually screwed into the intake manifold.Buy the new one so you can see what it looks like. Usually they are unpainted brass.
Have the new on ready to install as soon as you pull the old one out so you dont lose much coolant.Have some paper towels right at the hole so you dont make a big mess. Hand tighten ONLY until your sure you have it theaded in correctly then snug it up with a socket. You might want to put about 3 wraps of teflon tape on the new one to be sure it dont weep.
Do this with a cold motor in a shady place and dont be in a hurry.
I hope this helps you.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
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