How much does it cost to replace the engine in a Chrysler Sebring?

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The cost to replace the engine in your Chrysler Sebring will range between $2000 and $6000. Replacing with a used engine will be the cheapest and replacing with a brand-new engine will cost the most.
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How much would it cost to replace a water pump on a 2002 Chrysler sebring?

Answer dated 8th March 2012. Chrysler Sebring 2002, 2.7V6 4 door LXi Sedan. I shopped around and surprisingly, the best price I got was from my local Chrysler dealer. The water pump runs off the timing chain and is in an insanely ridiculous place - inside the engine crank-case. The boffins at Chrysler must have been very, very stoned when they approved that particular piece of design genius. Labor charges make up most of the cost due to the pump's horrible location and the time it takes to get at it. Since you will have to spend the money getting to the pump, you would be mad not to change the timing chain while you're there. My car has done 127k on the original water pump, so should be good for at least another 100k now the job is done. My trusted private mechanic's boss quoted be an eye-popping £2,088. Chrysler quoted $1,310 including tax. Parts and labor warrantied for 12 months or 12,000 miles, whichever occurs first. By comparison, my wife's Mercury Sable needed a water new pump and that cost $350.00, all in. Ouch. Good luck with your repair!

Cost to replace oil pump on 2004 Chrysler sebring?

$2400 _______________________________________________________________ It depends on which engine you have and in what geographic area your vehicle is located. For a 2.4L engine in the Middle Tennessee Area, the part runs $231 (incl. tax) at Autozone and the labor around $700 at an independent shop to $900 at a dealer. (Of course the dealer would charge more for the OEM part also.) So if you have the 4 cyl., you could get it done for under $1000 here.