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Follow these steps:
1. Disconnect the battery by removing the negative wire-you don't want the airbag to get activated while you are working
2. Remove everything around the steering and ignition area. You would have to remove two screws under the column area
3. You will notice that some gears are on top of the column and the tilt release teeth. When you lift up these gears or teeth, the steering can be moved
4. Ensure that the linkage is maintained between the top gear and the lever-simply pull the lever and see if it is raising the top gear
5. If you feel it is stuck, spray on some WD40 to drive away any present rust or debris. Also, move the steering up and down, and alongside move the lever which is present behind the indicator lever
6. If still it is not solved, use a Philips-head screwdriver to raise the geards manually, and position them in the right place

2001 Chrysler... | Answered 3 days ago


TRY GOING TO SEE A GOOD LOCAL MECHANIC THESE NEW ELECTRONIC THINGS HAVE A MIND OF THEIR OWN IT SEEMS

Chrysler Cars &... | Answered on Jun 27, 2020


Choose your brand of spark plug and check the online application catalogue for that brand - the recommended gap for that spark plug is likely to be found alongside your vehicle. The gap could be slightly different to the OE gap.

Chrysler Cars &... | Answered on Jun 26, 2020


GOOD MORNING need to know what's the gap on these spark plugs 4.0l Chrysler Pacifica

Chrysler... | Answered on Jun 26, 2020


if it was out of gas completely, after filling with at least 5 gal, turn key on, without starting. You will hear pump come on. After pump stops, turn key off. Repeat this procedure three times an the engine should start after the third time.

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2001 Chrysler PT... | Answered on Jun 22, 2020


Is this the original battery? Have u had it tested? The no crank, clicking noise is classic dead battery symptoms, lights can still work, but not enough power to turn engine over. If it's the original battery, it's at the end of it's life cycle, and should be replaced. U can get the battery tested for free at any parts store.

2004 Chrysler... | Answered on Jun 20, 2020


If your power windows work, it's probably not a fuse. If they don't work, you can start checking fuses and check your battery connections to make sure they are clean. I think it may be an open ground wire somewhere. Since it's pretty old, you might unplug and re-insert the connections going to the fuse box, access is located at the left side of the dashboard. Since a replacement Sebring convertible cost is less than 2500, I wouldn't spend too much money on it if I were you.

Chrysler Cars &... | Answered on Jun 14, 2020


Most vehicles have long been manufactured without grease points using either rubber bushes and lubricated for life joints and far from older vehicles having around 30 grease points, those that retained a few grease points confined them to the propeller shaft and the front ball joints.

Sometimes in an effort to prevent over-greasing, the manufacturer would fit a blanking plug that would need to be removed annually and temporarily replaced by a suitable grease point and given just one stroke of a manual greasegun.

Many things can squeak and a strong assistant bouncing the vehicle while you listen at various points with a sonascope is an invaluable method to trace the source.

Rubber bushes often squeak as they age but ball joints and track rod ends can make a terrific racket when the grease escapes - usually evident by a damaged rubber cover...

Chrysler Cars &... | Answered on Jun 11, 2020


The town and country vans are know for transmission problems and it would not be stuck in 2nd gear if it was in limp mode. Limp mode typically controls the engine. I have seen people do a transmission flush/filter and add lucas to temporary fix the problem. There is also a good chance that the transmission has a solenoid problem preventing it from shifting into any other gears but second. Hope this helps!

2002 Chrysler... | Answered on Jun 10, 2020


  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Detach the electrical harness connector from the camshaft position sensor.
  3. Unfasten the camshaft position sensor mounting bolt. There is a hole in the bracket for tool access to the sensor mounting bolt.
  4. Rotate the sensor away from the engine block.
  5. Pull the camshaft position sensor up out of the chain case cover. Do not pull on the sensor wire.
There is an O-ring on the sensor case. The O-ring may make removal of the sensor difficult. A light tap on top of the sensor prior to removal may reduce the force needed for removal. Inspect the O-ring for damage and replace if necessary.
To install:
If the sensor removed is going to be re-installed, clean off the old spacer on the sensor face. A new spacer must be attached to the sensor face before installation. If the sensor is being replaced, be sure that a paper spacer is attached to the sensor face and an O-ring is positioned in the groove of the new sensor.
  1. Apply 1-2 drops of clean engine oil to the O-ring prior to installing the sensor.
  2. Install the sensor into the chain case cover and rotate into position.
  3. Push down on the sensor until contact is made with the camshaft gear. While holding the sensor in this position, install and tighten the mounting bolt to 10 ft. lbs. (14 Nm).
  4. Attach the electrical harness connector to the camshaft position sensor.
  5. Connect the negative battery cable.

1996 Chrysler... | Answered on Jun 10, 2020


Are you asking about the O ring that goes on the bulb or the adhesive that holds on the lens? If the adhesive has failed, there is no fix. You must replace the entire headlight assembly

Chrysler Cars &... | Answered on Jun 08, 2020


First, thoroughly clean all mating surfaces, then lubricate the cylinder head bolts' threads with engine oil.
Next, follow these steps in sequence:
1. Bolts 1-8: 35 ft.-lbs. (48 Nm).
3. Bolts 1-8: 55 ft.-lbs. (75 Nm).
4. Bolts 1-8: 55 ft.-lbs. (75 Nm).
5. Without using a torque wrench, turn bolts 1-8 - An additional 90°.
6. Bolts 9-11: 21 ft.-lbs. (28 Nm).

2002 Chrysler... | Answered on Jun 08, 2020


Replace the cam sensor with a factory sensor. Aftermarket sensors can still trigger the light when nothing is wrong.

2003 Chrysler PT... | Answered on Jun 06, 2020


what year, what engine. Enhanced codes are year, make, model, engine specific

Chrysler Cars &... | Answered on Jun 03, 2020

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