Question about 2000 Chrysler 300M
Upper: Piece of cake. Everything is right there in front of you. Bottom hose: WOW, real tight. I removed the serpentine belt and the upper shroud above the radiator to get down there. On the bottom it is darn near impossible to get at. I think the book also recommends removing the Power Steering pump- but if you go in frm the top, you should be okay getting it loose from the radiator. Once loose up top, then go under, remove the oil filter, and you can reach the other end on the goose neck fairly easy. HEY: and while you are there doing all this hard work, save yourself some aggravation and replace the thermostat and gasket, and change the oil too. Reinstall everything in reverse of dis assembly.
Posted on Dec 26, 2011
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