its in your fule tank you have to drop your tank and remove your sending unit drive safe
You will first need to loosen the serpentine belt in order to remove it from the drive pulley. After that, it is bolted to the engine in 2 locations, which should be rather obvious, then remove electrical connections.
I figured it out. You gotta rent or buy a "pulley" to remove the drive belt wheel right in front of the power steering reservoir intstead of that whole thing. There are two more bolts you have to remove in order to remove and replace the water pump which you can't get to unless you remove that drive belt wheel. Once you do that you're almost home free. I did figure out that "while I was down there" I might as well replace the clamps on all my water pump hoses. Justa tip to any out there who didn't already know.
To replace the fuel pump on the 1989 Chrysler LeBaron, first you will need to disconnect the battery terminals. Then, empty the fuel tank completely and remove the pump from inside of the tank by releasing the tank straps to lower the tank. You then use a brass drift and hammer to drive the lock ring counter clockwise to loosen the pump.
relay is located under the steering wheel above the fuses,if you have a torch it has flasher unit writen on it, it is very difficult to remove, i had to undo and remove the bonnet catch to get to it good luck
Take it to a registered dealer, way to much to remove to replace.
Yes. You may also remove strut & steering knucle from car without separating them (if necessary) so you do not have to get an alignment.
It is FWD.
It doesn't have a spindle. It has a steering knuckle and hub. To remove it: 1. Remove the hubcap and loosen the driveaxle retaining nut. 2. Remove the wheel and the driveaxle nut. Tap the end of the driveaxle with a hammer and a brass drift to loosen the splines in the hub. 3. Remove the brake calilper and support it with a piece of wire. 4. Separate the tie rod from the steering knuckle arm. 5. Unbolt the strut from the steering knuckle. 6. Remove the clamp bolt and the nut and detatch the ball joint from the steering knuckle. 7. Pull the hub and the steering knuckle off the drive axle.
it should cost $40-$50 depending on what you drive
Its directly below the Power Steering Pump. You have to take the whole pump off (remove the accessory drive belt also) and then it will be exposed. From there just remove the connector and one bolt and the sensor should come out.