I too have a 2000 JXI and was wondering if you ever got yours all straightened out? I have noticed on the back of my engine, one of the small plugs has been replaced and the other one behind the motor mount is looking kinda nasty. I figured if I was gonna drain the engine, I might as well do as many as I could. As for the $600 to do one, it shouldn't cost all that much more to do the other ones on that side of the engine, once they pull the motor (That's why it costs so much I'lll bet, that is how the book tells them to do it.) So, let us know how it all went.
Champaign colored 2000 JXI, tan top
Fish Hunter wrote:
Dorman sells a kit with 10 plugs in it.
Do they have that many? Maybe 3 on each side and 2 on each end?
I called the local Glendale/CA Chrysler dealer and I told them I might have a freeze plug leak behind the AC Comp and above the oil filter. They said the min cost is $600 usd. and that is to RR one freeze plug! Ouch....
I checked for any TSB but no luck for a 2000 2.5l Sebring
I wish I knew of a good wrencher in the area that is familiar with vehicle.