1991 Chrysler new yorker 5th avenue head bolt spec 3.8 engine?
Engine, bottom of the oil pan. Transmission, does not have one. Radiator, bottom driver side.
It does not have a mass airflow sensor.
Mopar ATF +4
depending on any additions... Roughly 3,600 pounds
It is behind the battery.
Look in the glove box. That would be my best bet
The engine computer is behind the battery. The engine computer is behind the battery.
No, a 1991 Chrysler New Yorker does not have chip key.
Yes, the computer is the voltage regulator.
The thermostat is under the housing where the upper radiator hose attaches to the engine.
Front of engine partially hidden by the engine strut mount
More than likely it's a fuel injection issue. Can u hear it kick on when you start it?
A 1991 Chrysler does not have a reset switch.
No, the tank must be lowered to access the fuel pump on a 1991 Chrysler New Yorker.
How do you turn on the heated side mirrors on a 1991 Chrysler Fifth Avenue New Yorker when the mirrors have the defrost symbol on them?
Usually they come on when you press the button for the heated rear window.
The transmission in a 1991 Chrysler does not have a vacuum modulator. The transmission in a 1991 Chrysler does not have a vacuum modulator.
on the starter
I would try the glove box, or under the steering wheel area. I have a 1991 and my fuse box is in my glove box. Hope this works for you.
Yes, you can put 20 inch rims on a 1991 Chrysler New Yorker vehicle. These rims can be purchased at locations like Discount Tire as of 2014.
It is in the tank.
I have a 93 with air suspension in the rear i believe that the 91 was also equipped with it. Any way the biggest that can fit on mine are 20's with a 215 or 225x35x20 tire. The lug pattern for this model New Yorker is 5x100.
To loosen a tension pulley on a 1991 Chrysler New Yorker, turn the nut in the center of the pulley. This will allow the pulley to slide in the cut-out groove so that the belt will loosen.
you cant it is in the factory wire harness an if it wont reset try unlocking an locking drivers side door with key an then hit remote button
change the bulb and fuse
Usually through dipstick tube
5w30 or 10w30 5w30 or 10w30
178 km/h or 111 mph.
Open the glove box and pop off a cover.
to look at the gauges something is terribly wrong!!
It simply pops out. It is held in place by four tension springs.
It is inside the HVAC housing behind the glove box.
I've bee told that the 1991 model doesn't have a cable it works off the speed sensor.
It is the smaller pulley in the center rear of the belt.
3.0L it is front passenger side. 3.3L does not have a distributor.
It does not have a drain plug. You have to remove the pan to drain the fluid.
Check your fuses. If all are good Sorry I don't know.
It is inside the HVAC housing, under the dash.
The fuel pump is in the gas tank and the fuel filter is under the car on the frame rail in front of the right rear tire. Ray
If your vehicle is fuel injected then the regulator will be located in the rear of the fuel rail on the right side.
Follow the passenger side axle to the transmission, the sensor is located in housing the axle fits into.
1991 Chrysler New Yorker the concealed headlights will not open up is there a way to open them manually?
Yes. Open the hood and there is an access to crank them open.
No crank sensor, only a cam position sensor.
just from what ive heard it could be the battery cable loose or spark plugs may be bad.
Any name brand 10w30 is sufficient. You can use a high mileage oil if you like.
Regular power steering fluid, available at any part store and places like Walmart.
you've either lost both taillight bulbs, or, more likely, you've blown the taillight fuse.
Engine, 4.5 quarts.
You might want to check the cable first.My wife has a 1992 and the cable was just caught.And did not need repair.
The entire ignition switch assembly will unholy from the steering column. The key is required to remove the cylinder from the switch.
Why would the parking brake make a weird sound but not lock down on a 1991 Chrysler New Yorker Fifth Avenue?
More than likely the ratchet mechanism that causes the brake pedal to lock down is broken, perhaps due to a broken or disconnected spring. The "weird sound" could be the remainder of the mechanism brushing against the teeth where it would normally lock.