On higher mileage vehicles timing cover oil and coolant leaks, front crankshaft oil seal leaks, and valve cover gasket leaks are common. Our technicians recommend replacing the timing chain and gears if the timing cover is removed for resealing. It is also recommended to inspect the oil pan gasket and replace the drive belts and tensioners at this time.
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1991 Chrysler New Yorker
1991 Chrysler New Yorker Problems
A high pitched whistle type noise may be noted from the engine at idle. The repair for this condition can include replacing the idle air control motor with an updated part.
A hard or no start condition may be noted in low ambient temperatures which can be caused by corrosion at the engine coolant temperature sensor. If this is the case the coolant sensor and its pigtail should be replaced with updated parts.
Various driveability issues may be the result of low fuel pressure due to a failed check valve inside the fuel pump. If this is found to be the case the fuel pump should be replaced.
The connector on the input and/or output speed sensors on the automatic transmission may become damaged causing intermittent loss of speed control. Our technicians tell us there are wiring repair kits available to repair this issue.
1991 Chrysler New Yorker Questions and Answers
my 1991 crysler new yorker 3.3L V6 will start up for 2-3 seconds then just dies. Checked the fuel pump, changed fuel filter, found 2 broken bolts in the manafold (took apart totally cleaned and rep...
the right front brake keeps locking up, just had all brand new parts put on and i cant figure it out. its so bad that its melting the logo on the rim.
The digital instrument panel is not lighting up, we have no speedometer or odometer or gauges. Tried replacing computer but that didn't fix it.
cannot find starter relay switch to replace
I bought the part to fix my turn signals that are not working, probably due to the Hazard Flasher and no one seems to know where to look to replace it. I already took the dash apart and looked beh...