Filed Under (Chrysler) by auhow on 03-01-2012
Front door window glass: service and repair door glass removal 1. Remove watershield. Refer to front door panel. 2. Remove inner belt molding. 3. Position glass to gain access to front regulator lift plate (fig. 12) and rear regulator lift plate (fig. 13) through front and rear access holes in door panel. 4. Loosen two screws on regulator clamping glass (fig. 13). 5. Remove glass from regulator lift plates. 6. Disengage glass from glass run weatherstrip. 7. Insert front of glass between glass run channel and outer door panel.8. Lift glass upward and out of exterior side of the opening at top of door (fig. 14). 9. Remove glass from vehicle. Installation 1. Ensure clamp opening is set to 6 mm (0.2 in.) for the front and rear glass liftplate (fig. 15) and (fig. 16). Place glass in window opening with front inserted between run channel and outer door panel (fig. 17). Lower glass downward into door. Insert ends of glass into glass run weatherstrip channels at front and rear of door. Place glass in position on regulator glass clamps. Roll glass up to level to tighten the two glass clamp fasteners. Tighten fasteners to 12 n.M (105 in.Lbs.) torque. Install inner belt molding. Verify door glass operation and fit. Install watershield.
Filed Under (Chrysler) by auhow on 16-11-2011
Repair procedure: this repair is compatible with daimlerchrysler’s mobile service program and does not require hoists or other full service facility special equipment. 1. Start the engine. 2. Rotate the steering wheel so that the steering wheel is in an upside down position then remove the ignition key to lock the steering wheel in this position. 3. Remove the three screws that secure the lower edge of the steering column opening cover to the lower instrument panel reinforcement. 4. Using a trim stick or another suitable wide-bladed tool, gently pry the upper edge of the steering column opening cover. Pry just below the cluster bezel on each side of the steering column away from the instrument panel far enough to disengage the snap clip retainers from the receptacles in the instrument panel. 5. Remove the steering column opening cover from the instrument panel. 6. Loosen the steering column attaching nuts. 7. Bounce the steering wheel lightly in a vertical motion to normalize the alignment. 8. Without influencing the new location of the steering column, tighten the passenger side rearward nut to 12 n• m (105 in. Lbs.). 9. Next, tighten the front driver side nut to12 n• m (105 in. Lbs.). 10. Tighten the remaining steering column attaching nuts to 12 n• m (105 in. Lbs.). 11. Tighten the upper intermediate shaft attachment bolt to 57 n• m (42 ft. Lbs.). 12. Position the steering column opening cover to the instrument panel. 13. Align the snap clip retainers on the steering column opening cover with the receptacles in the instrument panel. 14. Press firmly on the steering column opening cover over the snap clip locations until each of the snap clips is fully engaged in its receptacle. 15. Install and tighten the three screws that secure the lower edge of the steering column opening cover to the lower instrument panel reinforcement. Tighten the screws to 2.2 n• m (20 in. Lbs.). 16. Start the engine then, rotate the steering wheel back to its normal position.
Filed Under (Chrysler) by auhow on 15-11-2011
Fig. 15: halogen headlamp unit courtesy of daimlerchrysler corp. 1 – headlamp high beam 2 – headlamp low beam 1. Remove the headlamp unit (refer to electrical/lamps/lighting – exterior/headlamp unit – removal). 2. Disconnect the lamp electrical connector. See fig. 16. 3. Remove the rubber boots/seals protecting the lamp from the elements. 4. Twist lamp socket out of headlamp housing. 1 – headlamp electrical connector (halogen lamps) 2 – halogen lamp high intensity discharge (hid) headlamps (if equipped) – low beam 1 – headlamp high beam 2 – hid headlamp low beam 3 – side marker lamp 4 – hid igniter electrical connector 5 – hid ballast module 6 – turn signal lamp headlamp 1. Remove the headlamp unit (refer to electrical/lamps/lighting – exterior/headlamp unit – removal).
Filed Under (Chrysler) by auhow on 13-11-2011
1. Raise the vehicle. 2. Remove tire and wheel assembly. 3. If both strut assemblies are to be removed, mark the strut assemblies right or left according to which side of the vehicle they were removed from. 4. Remove the screw securing the ground strap to the rear of the strut. See fig. 36 . 5. If the vehicle is equipped with anti-lock brakes system. (abs), remove the screw securing the abs wheel speed sensor (wss) to the rear of the strut. See fig. 36 . Caution: the strut assembly-to-steering knuckle attaching bolts are serrated and must not be turned during removal. Hold the bolts stationary in the steering knuckle while removing the nuts, then tap the bolts out using a pin punch. 6. Remove the 2 bolts attaching the strut to the steering knuckle. See fig. 1 . 7. Lower the vehicle just enough to open the hood, but without letting the tires touch the floor. 8. Remove the 3 nuts attaching the upper mount of the strut assembly to the vehicle’s strut tower. See fig. 37 . 9. Remove the strut assembly from the vehicle. 10. For disassembly, see disassembly .
Filed Under (Chrysler) by auhow on 10-11-2011
Power window motor note: this procedure also covers condition where power window cables become disconnected. Removal remove window regulator. See window regulator . Remove 2 screws attaching metal cover to power window motor. Remove drum, guide and cables from power window motor. See fig. 19 . Installation 1. Connect power window motor connector. Turn ignition on. Pull up on power window switch button until power window motor stops. Turn ignition off. Disconnect power window motor connector. 2. Align drum with power window motor square drive using a 1/2″ ratchet. See fig. 19 . Hold drum and guide assembly in hand when aligning or cables may pull out of drum. When aligning drum, ensure glass bracket in within specified distance from end of regulator. See fig. 19 . If cables pull out of drum, go to next step. If cables do not pull out of drum, go to step 6 . 3. Place drum, guide and regulator on bench as shown in step “a”. See fig. 20 . Place drum with square hole facing upward. Place guide with slits facing upward. Place regulator with glass bracket facing down. Place glass bracket in open position on regulator. 4. Place springs over the cable housings then install cables into guide, making sure lowering (longer) cable is installed first as shown in step “b”. Compress springs and tie in compressed positions using wire as shown in steps “c and “d”. 5. Insert lowering (longer) cable into hole at bottom of drum. Wrap cable around bottom of drum until all slack is gone as shown in step “e”. Insert lifting (shorter) cable into hole at top of drum as shown in step “f”. Raise front drum to vertical position and install lifting cable into upper drum groove as shown in step “g”. 6. Hold wires onto drum. Reconnect drum and guide assembly to power window motor. Install metal cover over guide and attach to motor. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure.