Question about 2002 Chrysler Sebring
The stalling is all related to why your Check Engine Light is on. Go to your local AutoZone and they can read your code with a OBD II scanner for free and let you know how to repair it. The Airbag light problem can also be solved at the same time.
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Unscrew the large air hose from the air filter housing at both ends using a screw driver. It is tight, and you may have to disconnect the electrical wires above it for room. Once the large hose is loose, pull it away from the housing, and pull the round tube style air filter straight out. Replace and make sure all connections are reconnected.
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