I just did this and it's relatively easy, once you remove the 4 bolts that hold the headlight assembly into the chassis frame.
For example, to remove the left front headlight;
It takes a 9006 low beam bulb, OEM is 51 watts If you buy a halogen upgrade, it will be a 55 watt bulb I don't know if you can put a super xenon bulb in there, it may harm the harness, I don't know so don't rely on me for that...
Lift the hood Get a socket head wrench and some SAE (standard) sockets. Find the socket that fits the bolt head just above the headlight. I think it is a 3/8's or slightly larger.
There are 4 bolts screwed through the frame into the top of the headlamp assembly. The bolts on each end of the headlight are longer and go all the way through the assembly to align it properly.
Lay each bolt out, on the ground in the order you removed them. The middle two bolts are short, maybe 1 " and the ends are closer to 3.5" long.
Once the bolts are out, slide the headlight assembly forward. There are two bulbs, a high and low beam. The low beam bulb is to the outside of the car, or drivers side on the left, farthest to the passenger side on the right.
Most of the time the low beam will burn out since it's used 90% of the time.
The bulb has a right angle fitting with a wiring harness attached. With your hand or a channel lock pair of pliers, gradually rotate the light bulb base counter clockwise until the unit is loose in the socket holder.
Disconnect the bulb from the wiring harness and replace it with the new bulb.
Reverse the process and turn on the headlights to check you have the bulb harness properly attached before finishing up the reassembly of the 4 bolts.
Your bulb alignment with the ground should not have changed from this work. Have fun...not difficult. Takes about 10 minutes per bulb.
A Chrysler LeBaron has a timing belt.
39 psi +/- 5
The scanner plug in is under the dash on the drivers side and is the OBD1 system
well the transmission could be crapping out, but make sure youre using the right fluid and that you have enough in, Chrysler never made a good transmission in the early 90s though
Switch on brake pedal needs tightened replaced, or switch for lights needs tightened or replaced.
go to autozone, they will print out a diagram for you, also...you can probably find it on the internet...just got done fixin mine..good luck!
Follow the hose from the top of the radiator back towards the engine, where it connects is the thermostat housing, this can be removed by taking out the 2 bolts. - remember to replace the gasket!
did you make sure the #1 piston was top dead center and that when you set your timing that the springs where without tension? if not its out of time
the transmission cooler lines don't match. diameter of radiator hoses are not the same. it probably won't mount up to the vans radiator brackets.
how do you install a crankshaft sensor on a 94 Chrysler lhs....where is it located on a 94 Chrysler firstname.lastname@example.org
You need an OBD1 diagnostic tool that hooks up under the dash to a large computer plug. However, your lebaron displays fault codes as a series of flashing lights. This link tells you how to read em and what they are.. http://www.knizefamily.net/minimopar/fault/index.html?b1b90a68
Yes, but you'll need to change the headlights to 1998-2001 models.
Not too bad. It really comes down to your personal mechanical competence. If you can do fairly simple jobs like change a starter motor, or swap an alternator then you should be able to handle a ragtop job. I just bought one for my 94 LeBaron and the instructions are pretty straight forward. You should manage it in a day if you get all the parts (glue and staples) ready first. I suggest you get the reinforced webbing for the top while your at it to stop the wear from those top struts.
There was no 1994 Chrysler 300.
probably just burnt out bulbs
It was as factory option.
Go to JCWhitney.com, they sell tops starting at $96. Just do some investigating before doing it yourself, the first time I did it , it took me two tries, the second car I did it on it was much easier.
Chrysler does not have shut off switches.
Probably near the air filter. Look for either a little handle like an oil dipstick or a easily unscrewable plastic cap that will have a little dipstick under it. It will say do not overfill somewhere on it. Granny Mary
It is a lot of work!... If you have a 3.5L. get the book!... No it's not just read my answer for replacing the pump on a 94 concode 3.5 they are the same..
The cost to replace a 1994 LeBaron oil pump ranges from $36 to $100+. The price varies on where the part is bought, the brand of the part, and any labor or shipping costs.
I believe '91-'94 are compatible.