Heat Pump Sebring

Posted on: June 28, 2015 by in Heat Pump
Heat Pump Sebring

99 intrepid, 2000 chrysler, 01 sebring, 99-04dodge, 99stratus, engine 2.7 overheating, no heat to heat core, water pump,

11 Responses

  1. Accuracy Marked says:

    That’s a tough do it yourself project…I’m gonna sell my 2.7, when the
    water pump goes out…sure i could fix it myself…but, I’m getting old.
    That’ll be your last time in there too. 🙂 Definitely a pain in the ass

  2. Smoove Wun says:

    How long did it take to break the car apart?

  3. Smoove Wun says:

    How long did it take to break the car down?

  4. Smoove Wun says:

    How long did it take?

  5. emeteriologo1 says:

    i think about 5 hours front begging to end, although i have done it many
    times before on this engine!

  6. john young says:

    Thank you very much for this video.

  7. John Smith says:

    My water pump on my 1997 Dodge Intrepid 3.5 Liter actually blew up shortly
    after I had the idler pulley bearings changed! I heard a squeaking and
    thought the guy screwed up the pulley, but then water flew out at my face.
    I had it replaced, and then had the radiator changed a year later. I don’t
    think he replaced my thermostat because the engine is always running too
    cold now, and the heater runs hot with the fan on low, but it blows cooler
    the more I crank up the fan. I know the thermostat is busted, but could
    something else cause the heater to not blow very hot?

  8. 9102jack says:

    the whole process will take you about a day and a half, if you’re not
    hardcoring it through the entire thing nonstop and know what you’re doing.
    It took me about 8 hours from start to test drive. and I do it every
    50-60,000 miles. My 2.7 runs like a champ and never generates sludge. Oh,
    and stay on top of oil changes

  9. Gage Bishop Duford says:

    My cusent’s intrepid has 169,020 miles on it and the water pump is still in
    great condidton for a 2.7l

  10. Americanblood76 says:

    im sure you saved that guy a fortune. a dealership or shop your lookin at
    $900 bucks. we need more guys like you that now what there doing. Good vid

  11. Renee Washington says:

    Thank you for connecting the dots for me. You are awesome!