This should work on most any LeBaron from 87 - 95 (or 96. Can't remember when production stopped.)
There are several adjustment points on the convertible top. The first of these is more easily done when the top is halfway down. Near the front of the top on the side, there are two bolts. They should be around three to six inches from the end of the top and if the top were closed, they would be above the driver and passenger front windows. Loosen the bolts and it should let you slide the end of the convertible top in and out. This is good for a range of about two inches or so.
The second adjustment is for the pivot point above the drivers and passengers front windows. If it's adjusted wrong, this pivot will sag and your windows won't be able to go up all the way. The top should be straight above the windows. If it's not, do this adjustment. This will take two people, preferably one with good endurance and strength. Put the top all the way up and latch it. Have someone sit in the back seat and pull aside the interior cloth on the top, right behind the back window. You will want to be accessing the area right behind the rear speaker. There is a long, round arm that comes down and attaches to a sliding plate. The plate is about 2 - 3inches long by an inch and 1/2 wide. Loosen the two bolts until the gripping teeth on the flat side of the little plate release. The pivot point above the window should now be sagging considerably. Have a second person stand outside of the car and push up on the pivot point above the window until it's straight. This will take a bit of strength and endurance, because you have to hold it for a while while the bolts are being tightened back down. When the angle above the window is straight, tighten the bolts down in the back on the arm and it should be set.
Lastly, you can adjust the little hooks that latch the top down. I'm not sure on the size, but there is a little Allen wrench hole on the front of the hook (towards the windshield). Loosen it and it will allow you to turn the hook in and out. This gives you a little bit of adjustment if your hooks just aren't reaching far enough, or if they're too loose and your top doesn't snug down tight. Be careful not to extend the hooks too far because if they're only holding on with a few threads, the threads might give way and then you have to find and purchase a new hook.
i need to learn how to take out my 1995 Chrysler lebaron convertible motor
in the trunk.. upper right side...
You can not disable it. You can disarm it by unlocking the drivers door with the key.
You can open a hood on a 1995 Chrysler LeBaron convertible gtc from the outside if your lever is broken. All you have to do is get a pair of vise grips and pull the cable which will release the hood.
The Chrysler LeBaron was discontinued in 1995.
Yes, along with switch, wiring, relay, motor,
The 1995 LeBaron GTC convertible weighs in at 1447 Kg, or about 3183 pounds.
It is behind the rear seat.It is behind the rear seat.
They stopped making the Lebaron in 1995...
The last Chrysler LeBaron was in 1995. Both engines available that year had timing belts.The last Chrysler LeBaron was in 1995. Both engines available that year had timing belts.
yes.. most parts are good thru years 1989 - 1995.. He is correct, the only parts that are different are the engines, the transmissions, and the headlights. Most simple parts that dont relate to those should work.
Yes it will.
I was just searching the list and there is an answer to a similar question already in FAQ
The last Chrysler LeBaron was in 1995. Please check the year and ask a new question.
It is not recommended.
The tachometer may not be working on a 1995 Chrysler LeBaron because the cable may be bad. Check to ensure the cable is not broken or kinked.
A Chrysler LeBaron does not have a reset switch. The fuel pump is controlled by the engine computer with relays.
I have a 1993 Lebaron with 3.0 Liter and Automatic. I get between 23-26 mpg.
It is the rear most belt.
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There could be a few things on a 1995 Chrysler LeBaron causing the distributor not to have power. But first I would check the spark plugs and see if maybe they have gone bad.
You will find it (the PVC valve) in the same place as you would on a 1995 Lebaron 3.0. I own a 1990 Chrysler lebaron 3.0 v6 and found the PVC valve in the same spot. Look up where to find the PVC valve on a 1995 lebaron 3.0 on this site. Best of luck.