1990 Chrysler LeBaron Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 1990 Chrysler LeBaron
1990 Chrysler LeBaron Problems
Automatic transmissions can exhibit a variety of shifting and noise concerns due to failure of internal parts. Our technicians tell us that a complete inspection of all internal parts should be performed if the transmission is disassembled for overhaul. Numerous updated part are available for this transmission.
Engine oil leaks may develop from the following areas: Valve cover gaskets, cam plugs at rear of the cylinder head, cam seals, front crankshaft seal, and the oil filter bracket. Leaking seals and gaskets should be replaced. Due to mis-machining of the mating surfaces, as special gasket is required to correct the oil filter bracket leak.
3.0L engines may develop an excessive oil consumption issue. Blue oil smoke may be noted from the exhaust during deceleration conditions (high engine vacuum). Our technicians tell us that this condition can be caused by valve guides dropping out of position. Updated valve guides with a revised snap ring grove are available to correct this issue.
1990 Chrysler LeBaron Questions
I am expecting a huge bill for removal and replacement of the driver's side rear window belt - regulator. Mechanic told me it took him 1 1/2 days and may be setting me up for a huge bill.
it seems like everytime the car warms up to a certain temperature it just dies you step on the accelerator and it acts like its flooding out or something have to check fuel pressure brand new fuel pump in a brand new timing belt runs great for about 7 to 10 minutes I want it gets to a certain tem...
It kept running and didn't set off the "Check Engine" light. A few days later it wouldn't start after parked a few minutes. A check of power to the fuel pump relay showed "0" volts. No codes showed on the key test.
How do I test it and in what sequence?
1990 Chrysler LeBaron Reviews
I can;t tell how fast or see the gas level because the light is out on the dish
Does anyone know, on the rear passenger side tucked near the gas tank, what is in the small metal thing connected to rubber hoses? My car has a steady drip and I am not sure what system this is. Brakes???
This is about an '88 not a '90 LeBaron turbo. It recently indicated no to low oil pressure on the gauge but not on the warning light or dip stick. After a couple of days of no problem driving, it refused to start in an auto parts store parking lot. It has spark but no fuel pressure. A check of the pump relay doesn't show input juice. What do I check and in what sequence?