My advice to your Husband is to get a good divorce lawyer if your going to put him up to that.
That's a 10 hour grueling job for a pro. Call the dealer parts department and ask what else needs to be replaced when doing this job, as I believe there are a couple of revisions on this. You'll want to change the dryer at the same tme. Best bet is to either pick up a manual or buy the r and r procedure from the chysler website.
This is not a fun job.
Sunday, June 3rd, 2007 AT 8:18 PM