Check to see if you left your headlights or an interior light on and turn the switch off. Remove the battery hold-down Remove left front wheel. When stereo on it takes peeking 90 amp. I have another apointment with a sterio place tommorrow. Disconnect the cables, then disconnec … t the battery hold-down and remove the battery. Apr 29, 2010 My girlfriend just had the same problem. The battery for the 04 sebring is on the drivers side by the wheel well! The battery in the Sebring is not like the battery in any other car you have to remove the wheel and cover to get to it.
The code only showed up today. It a 120 amp alternator. For the rear, open the trunk, remove al … l the plastic wing nuts, pull the lens out away from the body. You have to raise the car enough to get under it, you cannot access from top. I just got done removing my battery from my sebring 2007 and it wasn't as bad as what I've read online. That the fuse would blow.
Get the jack out of your tr … unk, because you are going to have to remove the front driver's side tire and wheel to have enough room to work here. Because of the cumbersome weight of the battery, you are probably better off giving yourself the extra working space by removing the wheel. We had only purchased the car a month when the starter went out. If its charging capacity drops too low, it may not hold enough power to start your vehicle. Remove the panel from the left wheel wel … l. The stored energy can also be used when the car isn't running to power electrical accessories.
With a load test its peeking 90 amps. I am leaning towards something with the deck itself or with the huke up of it. There's a separate casting bolted to the block. When you reconnect the terminals, your radio presets are likely to be cleared out. Whoever designed this should be shot! No, a battery cannot recharge itself. A surface charge just means that when you were cranking last time, you depleated all of the readily available electrical charge.
Whoever designed this should be shot! It is held in with three bolts having 12 … mm heads and one bolt that also attaches a wiring harness clamp. There is something screwy with the audio set up. The battery light came on. Thanx so much for helping me. Remove the top clamp on the battery by removing the front and and rear bolts, then remove the negative cable and then the positive cable and remove the battery. Thats why I have made another apointment with a new audio place.
To remove or access the battery, first, remove the negative batteriy cable under the hood located on the left wheel well, then block the rear wheels, raise the front left wheel, remo … ve the left front wheel you can access the battery without removing the wheel, but much easier by removing it , now there are two Phillips head screws on the fender well and three plastic push pins that need to be removed to remove the cover panel. Here I show you how to replace the battery in your Chrysler Sebring. I had to do this, the battery is located in the left wheel behind the wheel cover. Or they remove it through the hatch in the wheel well. Because of the cumbersome weight of the battery, you are probably better off givingyourself the extra working space by removing the wheel. We recommend changing the battery in Chryslers every 4 years. You remove the left front tire then remove the screws and rivets attached to the splash guard.
At least not nearly as bad. Loosen the lugs nuts abo … ut 2 full turns front left wheel. I also did not remove any coolant hoses. The sock which all sebrings have is located in the fuel tank itself on the pump module. He was not looking around the bottom of the motor; because he is use to working on vehicles much older than our Sebring. It is located on the left side between the left front wheel and front of the vehicle behind the plastic fender panel. We are just hoping it isn't the same problem we had last year.
Ever since I have my headlights and dash lights flickering to the bass. Thanks for all your help! Remove all the screws, pull the panel cover off, unhook the battery cables, you'll need a wrench for that and replace the battery. Have you tried disconnecting the power wire of the system? If it is a convertible, it's easy. Assuming that you have a pair of jumper cables, a pair of safety glasses and a friend to give you a jumpstart, the video above will show you where to connect the cables and in what order! The owners manual claims that it is possible to remove the battery without removing the wheel, just turn the front wheels all the way to the right. Needless to say we are trying to sale the stupid thing and get something a lttle more reliable. Why is it not blowing with the extra 50 amps.