How to Replace the Air Filter on a 2006 Sebring

by David Clair

The 2006 Chrysler Sebring uses an engine air filter to prevent dust and particles from entering the engine air intake system. Debris or dust entering the engine can cause damage and decrease engine performance. Chrysler recommends replacing the air filter in the 2006 Sebring once every 30,000 miles under normal driving conditions. If you drive your Sebring in dusty conditions on a regular basis, you should inspect the air filter frequently and replaced when it appears clogged or plenty dirty.

Turn off the Sebring's engine. Open the car hood.

Locate the air filter housing compartment on the driver's side of the engine compartment.

Unsnap the four spring clips around the edges of the housing lid.

Lift the air filter housing lid off the filter housing.

Remove any debris from the housing interior. Wipe the housing clean with a damp cloth.

Place the new filter inside the air filter housing.

Replace the filter housing lid. Close the spring clips to hold the lid in place.

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David Clair began writing for websites in 2001, creating online marketing content for business owners. He has written for Internet companies including eBay and creates training materials for an online education company. Clair is studying technical writing and pursuing an Associate of Arts in information technology from the University of Phoenix.

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