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2004 chrysler sebring solenoid pack leaking. Are the torx screws around the perimeter of the solenoid pack just for the cover? Then behind the cover there are additional bolts? The solenoid pack just unplugs, and remove the bolts, thats it?? I was worried that there would be internal mechanical connections. I don't have a small torque wrench, how important is it that one be used? I can usually tell when removing a bolt how tight it was, do i need to buy or rent a torque wrench? One last question, these are available from the dealer, and also as an aftermarket part from autozone, is aftermarket ok? Thanks

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If you can see the plug on the unit then there is no cover on it. you will need a torx driver to remove the bolts it they are torx bolts. as far as the torque spec just make sure the bolts are tight when you put it back in and dont overtighten these bolts.the new unit may also come with the torque spec as i stated before. I believe this is a chrysler only part. upload a picture of it if you can

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