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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: chrysler 2004 sebring manual
remove the hidden screws be hind mini covers, start from the bottom of panel with panel tool and pry the plastic retainers away from the door plate and remove the wire connectors form switches and replace the handle, reverse the order, GOOD LUCK, RDJRP
Posted on Aug 16, 2009
SOURCE: 2004 chrysler sebring oil leak
The solenoid blocks are known to leak. You will need to access this under the hood. The cooling lines well need removed from the trans, disconnect the input speed sensor, and remove it using a 1" deepwell socket. Remove the plug on the solenoid block, using an 8mm socket. You will see 3 tenmm bolts on the top of the Sol block. Remove these bolts, then gently pry the sol block off the trans. Using a scraper, remove all old gasket material from the trans case, be careful not to damage it, then thoroughly clean the mounting surface. Install the new Sol Block, with a new gasket, and torque to factory specs, re-install the input speed sensor (torque to spec), install the cooling lines, and reconnect the Sol Block 8mm screw, be sure to TORQUE all to factory spec, failure to do this could result in you damaging the new Sol block, or trans.Make sure to check the fluid level after the repair is complete, and you should have the TCM reset as well. It is fairly labor intensive, and for a first-timer, it will probably take you about 2-3 hrs to do this, provided you have the proper tools. Good luck.
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
Should be located close to the oil filter. It will screw in like a spark plug. It has a harness plug. Easy to change, save yourself $70 in labor. You will need a fairly large wrench to remove
Posted on Jan 03, 2010
why do you want your rpms higher while idling? you don't want them high because your gas bill will reflect that. slow shouldn't matter but if it's dying while on idle it could either be your mass air flow sensor or your fuel filter being clogged
Posted on Mar 23, 2010
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