The is a convertible GTC Sebring

Tiny
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  • 2004 CHRYSLER SEBRING
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The is a convertible GTC Sebring. The car started to overheat a few days ago and I noticed that thermostat housing was leaking. After fiddling with it ended up coming right off. I tried some extra strength glue and some liquid gasket, but it didn't hold. What is the best way to connect these to pieces back together.

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Saturday, November 3rd, 2012 AT 3:58 PM

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Tiny
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It's all one piece you need a new housing.

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Saturday, November 3rd, 2012 AT 4:02 PM
Tiny
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What is the piece called?

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Saturday, November 3rd, 2012 AT 4:06 PM
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A thermostat housing, heres a pic

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Saturday, November 3rd, 2012 AT 4:07 PM
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Thank you. Do you happen to have an instruction guide on how to change the thermostat housing?

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Saturday, November 3rd, 2012 AT 4:13 PM
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REMOVAL 2.0L

1. Disconnect negative battery cable.
2. Partially drain cooling system below thermostat housing level.
3. Remove accessory drive belt (refer to appropriate ACCESSORY DRIVE BELT article .
4. Disconnect and remove generator.
5. Remove thermostat (refer to REMOVAL .
6. Disconnect engine coolant temperature sensor connector.
7. Disconnect heater supply hose.
8. Remove housing attaching bolts (Fig. 34).
9. Remove housing and gasket (Fig. 34).

REMOVAL 2.4L

1. Partially drain cooling system below thermostat housing level.
2. Remove thermostat (refer to REMOVAL .
3. Disconnect engine coolant temperature sensor connector.
4. Disconnect heater supply hose.
5. Remove housing attaching bolts (Fig. 34).
6. Remove housing and gasket (Fig. 34).

Fig. 34: Identifying Thermostat Housing (2.0L)
Courtesy of DAIMLERCHRYSLER CORP.

You already have apicture of it.

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Saturday, November 3rd, 2012 AT 4:17 PM
Tiny
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This is a 2.7

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Saturday, November 3rd, 2012 AT 4:22 PM
Tiny
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It will be the sameprocedure. Besides the picture that you have is for a 2.0 or 2.4L i'm sending apic of 2.7 and it is CLEARLY not what you have. Just take the one with you and match it up at autoparts store, it may be one item with thermostat anyhow. Next time send the engine size when asking a question.

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Saturday, November 3rd, 2012 AT 4:27 PM
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Yes the picture obviously doesn't match but the engine says 2.7. I also found this part which looks like the one I need and it says it is for a 2.7

http://www.1aauto.com/1A/ThermostatHousingRel/Chrysler/Sebring/1AEMX00035/375127/2004?utm_campaign=gb_api_br&year=2004&utm_medium=comparisonshopping&utm_source=google_base&utm_content=EMX&gclid=CP7BroGds7MCFQUFnQodhToAOw

When you say it's the same procedure do you mean as the 2.0 or the 2.4

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Saturday, November 3rd, 2012 AT 4:42 PM
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Yup

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Saturday, November 3rd, 2012 AT 4:54 PM

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