How do you change the motor for the 2006 convertible top

Asked by Apr 02, 2017 at 05:16 PM about the 2006 Chrysler PT Cruiser GT Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Need repair manual. Sometimes you just have to get to it and do it, need a engine crane, and pull all Electrical connections loose, If its your first I would list every item & tag it with location ect. I also would take out items like the radiator, anything that is in your way, take loose the motor mounts, decide if your going to pull it attached to the transaxle. If so take the axles out and its mounts along with all those electrical connections. Use some zip ties to get things up out of the way. Pull the items connected to or threw the firewall off the engine. In you repair manual it will tell you what to remove or where to hook the chain hooks. Drain fluids, unhook exhaust, disassemble anything that could cause an issue like taking the exhaust off at he manifold instead of at the collector. The electric fans ect. Use some penetrating oil can be cheap like dap, just let it have enough time to work things will come loose better.

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