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have to replace the pan on my sebring

lykip

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So while working on the Sebring, I have found enough rust/rot in the front that I have to give in and replace the pan. It appears that the Sterling requires me to cut away the entire floorpan of the donor an the sebring body bolts to napoleons hat in front and back at the transmission. there are two added angle iron supports for the front and back bumpers as well. so my question: should I be able to, with a couple buddies, unbolt and just lift off the body (after removing the steering when and disconnecting the wiring)? I don't have a Sebring manual, and in reading the Sterling manual theres mention of a glazing compound that has to be chiseled through.

Any and all advise on removing the body and after the donor pan is prepped, reinstall would be incredibly valuable to me and greatly appreciated.

Thanks All,
Billy
 

Brett Proctor

Active member
I don't have a Sebring manual, and in reading the Sterling manual theres mention of a glazing compound that has to be chiseled through.

Any and all advise on removing the body and after the donor pan is prepped, reinstall would be incredibly valuable to me and greatly appreciated.

Thanks All,
Billy

If you haven't already found this, here is a link to a Sebring manual thats posted on this site

Interesting new format Guys.(Warren, Rick)
I'm surprised nobody has jumped in and offered their knowledge in pulling and installing the body.

I ended up making a "A" frame structure with a pulley from harbor freight So I could pull and install the body without any help.
 
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