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Where is the starter on a 2004 Chrysler Sebring coupe

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miramar

Same place it is on any car or truck - bolted to the engine at the bottom.

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It should be at the front of the motor and connected to rubber belts...It is cylindrical and it looks like it weighs 30 pounds....It should look like a unit, that you could just unbolt...

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miramar
The starter is NOT connected to rubber belts.
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Belts are not made of rubber
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You believe it's a chain? It's not a chain
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miramar
There are no belts between the starter and the engine - shows what you know.

The starter turns over the flywheel which is steel.

If you are going to make stuff up, at least have a clue as to what you are talking about.
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The starter is not at all connected to the fly wheel...I'll Go look at my truck...So were saying that it will not be at the front and It will not have a rubber belt on it...This sounds rediculous to me but I'll go check.
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Yes I just looked and it was almost exactly like how I described it...It was a little bit lower than I thought...but I know on many cars it is higher and more accessible
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dross1958
You have no idea what you are looking at - what you are seeing is NOT the starter === go back to school or look in a book or have someone there who knows show you

You did make me laugh though
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Perfect !!! Thanks
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Automotix.net

You can find manuals and diagrams on this site, not just sales

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The starter on a 2004 Chrysler Sebring coupe is located along the steering column. It is aligned together with the ignition switch. You must detach the steering column to gain access to the starter. Check details on http://www.bulldogsecurity.com/diagrams/diagram.asp?ModelID=19384&MakeID=14&link=DW.

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dross1958
Oh please do not answer any car questions since you clearly have no clue what you are talking about.

The answer did make me laugh though
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