1991 Chrysler New Yorker Questions
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Engine light came on then care started being sluggish, jerking like.
Replaced transmission control module but still wont shift in to higher gears and now gets stuck in first when i brake and it over heats.
RUNS FINE AND SHUT OFF. TRY TO START AND JUST CRANKS. NEXT DAY ,STARTED RIGHT UP. DROVE 6 MILES, PARKED. NEXT TIME WOULD NOT START. NOW WILL NOT START AT ALL,UNLESS I SHOOT FLUID INTO AIR CLEANER
trying to replace motor myself and can't find it.
can i put the brushes in the alt.
my ac don't blow out my dash vents
It started as Transmission was in Second gear all the time. Then seat moved all the way down & forward. Now No Power windows or Door locks, No Radiator Cooling fan or controls for A/C. Dash, Back up, Turn & Parking lights inoperative. Battery is ok & is Charging. I checked all Fuses & Relays. Are Ok. I found the Security, Light delay & Keyless entry Box ( does not work) Disconnected the reconnected & some things worked but still had major Failure of mentioned Accessories. New Ignition Switch. No Change. I got Codes 12, 14 & 55
I replaced the tension pulley,idler pulley and the belt. When it rains the belt slips off. I was told there is a splash guard or a sheild that cover the belt from rain.
can't find the turn signal flasher
the car wont start we think its the timing sensor but we dont know were it is located at on the engine
is it a difficult process to change the tranny selinoid on a 1991 chrysler new yorker?
I need to know the location of the engine computer and which ones are compatible
where are the input/output sensors located on the tranny
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 behind glove box and under steering column. Part No. FC552