Whether you handle the Chrysler Sebring under natural driving conditions, you should nickels the automatic transmission fluid every 30,000 miles. Rinse them thoroughly and allow them to air dry. Remember to replace the magnet in its original location.
Install the Transmission Pan the New Transmission Fluid
Manage the Sebring approximately 10 miles to heated the transmission fluid. Hoist and advice the van with ramps or jack stands. Constitute persuaded the motorcar is comparable. Country a remove pan underneath the transmission. Whether there is a splash shield on the transmission pan, remove it by pulling down on the fasteners.
2. Loosen the retaining bolts on the transmission pan with a socket wrench. Handle keeping not to damage the pan, the transmission or the bolts. Gently tap the pan loose with a rubber hammer.
3. Concede the pan to hang down blameless Sufficiently so the fluid can withdraw gone into your filter pan. It should come gone along one side of the transmission pan where it meets the transmission itself.
4. Stop removing the retaining bolts and holding the pan off the transmission. Remove the deficient sealant with a scraping effects. Disinfected the areas on the pan and the transmission where the sealant was.
5. Remove the transmission fluid filter. You may treasure trove that it's needful to remove screws or clips to receive the filter off. Install a just out filter and a O call gasket on the valve target.
6. Disinfected the oil pan and the solenoid inside. You can use an appropriate solvent and lint free cloth. On the contrary, whether you manage the van under severe driving conditions, such as in endure temperatures, over hilly terrain or in stop-and-go traffic, copper the fluid every 15,000 miles.
Remove the Transmission Fluid and Replace the Filter1.
7. Apply a thin, 1/8 inch bead of MOPAR RTV sealant along the edge of the transmission pan. Replace the pan and use a socket wrench to secure it with the retaining bolts. Lower the Sebring.
8. Pour 4 quarts of MOPAR® ATF Plus 3 type 7176 into the dipstick filler tube using a funnel. If this fluid isn't available, use Mopar Dexron III automatic transmission fluid or its equivalent. Start the engine and let it idle for one or two minutes. Move the gear selector through each gear, ending in "Park" or "Neutral."
9. Check the fluid level. If needed, add just enough fluid to bring the level about 1/8 inch below the "Add" mark.
10. Let the engine run long enough to bring the transmission fluid up the normal operating temperature. Check the fluid level again. The level should be in the "Hot" range. If it isn't, add enough fluid to receive to the correct level. When the fluid level is correct, replace the dipstick fully in to the refill tube and turn off the engine.