1991 Chrysler LeBaron Repair and Maintenance

A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 1991 Chrysler LeBaron

Chrysler LeBaron
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1991 Chrysler LeBaron
$74 to $114
1991 Chrysler LeBaron
$100 to $133

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Vehicles may develop a start and die out condition or a transmission that defaults to second gear. Our technicians tell us that the transmission control module (TCM) may be at fault and require replacement. If the TCM is replaced the pinion factor should be reset and the quick learn procedure performed.

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.

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.

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radiator flushed ,contains almost only antifreeze,very little water

When I turn the key, there is no sound at all. Checked the starter and battery and both are working just fine. A friend told me it sounds like the ignition switch. Could this problem be from something else entirely?

Myh A/C is no longer cooling, and I want to try adding refrigerant, but do not know if I need to drain the system first or if I can simply by a bottle from the parts store and recharge the system.

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The inside door handle will open locked doors. The owners manual is printed in error, indicating that a locked door will not open until the lock knob is opened first. Chrysler notified and corrected owners manuals in 1992 to resolve this concern.

The front seat belts may not buckle and latch securely. Dealers will replace defective buckles free of charge to resolve the concern.

The front air bag impact sensors may not be secured properly. Dealers will secure the sensor attachments to their brackets free of charge to resolve the concern.

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