Allpar Forums banner

Discussions Showcase Albums Media Media Comments Tags Marketplace

1-5 of 5 Results
  1. Cars and parts - sell and swap
    My son wanted a newer car and purchased a 2014 Jeep Patriot Sport 4x4. At least I raised him right for wanting to stick with a MOPAR! We’ve put a lot of blood, sweat and tears into the Dodge Dynasty and it was a great father/son bonding experience while giving him a chance to learn about cars...
  2. Cars and parts wanted
    For sale is an oil pan for a 2.2L or 2.5L engine. I believe the part number is 4173393, it is hard to read but there is a number stamped on the pan. It has been powder coated light grey and is in perfect condition. Asking $200 shipped.
  3. Parts Wanted
    I am looking for a 1990/91 2.5L turbo automatic SBEC, I have a list of numbers that will work as I will be sending it to be socketed for a custom tune. Numbers are: 4639246, 4639248, 4639250, 4672121, 4672125, 4672149, 4672161, 4672162, 4672163, 4672164, 4672165, 4672466, 4672520, 4672649...
  4. Repairs, Maintenance, Help
    Hi, its been a while since I've had a Chrysler product, but you were all very helpful last time, so i'm back. Just bought a 98 Chrysler Sebring convertible with 2.5L Mitsubishi v6 and I'm racking my brain trying to figure out best coolant for it. It currently has "green", which could either...
  5. 1995-2017 FWD Sedans, Coupes
    The 3.0L in my Sebring Convertible is starting to drive me a bit bonkers... Yes, you read that right, I said "3.0L" and "Convertible," and no, that's not a typo. Several years back, I swapped the motor after a catastrophic failure of the 2.5L... The 3.0L in my Sebring came from a 2005...
1-5 of 5 Results
Top