How to remove Chrysler Sebring 01-06 digital clock


Asked by May 29, 2017 at 01:00 PM about the 2006 Chrysler Sebring Touring

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I change my car from Sebring 2006 to Sebring 2004 :)  
I want remove the scrapped 2006 car's digital clock to the 2004 sebring, as
the photo, I can see both car, but I don't know how to remove it from 2006
sebring, it looks 4 hole in the bottom container, there are nothing in the
rear part, there is a cable connect to the clock, it turn on following the car
power on, there are another two holes close the front of its face.

Some one car give me some idea? thanks and blessing~

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Here is a picture and steps to take out central dash

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Thank you Dariusk8, This guide is a little different with the sebring before 2006, but it's a really good reference, the digital clock can't be remove without raise the cover; in 2006 Sebring, should open the fuse cover in the left of dashboard, remove other five cover(include radio cover), and the cover with the digtal clock container can be remove, there are two screw under the container, so should open it, but open all this cover is more easy than I thought before, 5 minutes can do that

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Perfect! Glad to be of help to you!

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