I have been having a similar problem with my 94 Lebaron convertible. The alarm goes off intermittenly for no reason when you close the door. The factory book says to use the key and "lock and unlock" either the driver's door of the passenger's door. Sometimes this will work with many tries and sometimes it just goes off by itself.I read on a webpage that one person had disconnected the electric door locks because this is what activates the alarm.I don't know if that works or not. I am trying it today. I just removed the door handle cover and "unplugged" the electric door lock switches.I guess I will find out soon if this works.
I have a 1987 Lebaron and the fuses are inside the glove box on the right side.
1 - 3 - 4 - 2
#5 15 amp
It is on the center rear of the valve cover.
Under the hood, behind the battery.
It is between the pan and transmission case.
Certainly inside the fuse box at the left of the dahsboard!
There is a solonoid on the starter and the ignition switch is on the steering column.
Automatic transmission fluid.Automatic transmission fluid.
You can disable the Mercedes-Benz 300E alarm system by removing the alarm system fuse. The location of the fuse can be found on the inside cover of the fuse box.
Yes, they are equal from 1987 up to 1995
Usually located on frame rail driver's side, follow fuel lines if its FI or TBI its always in the gas tank.
no but they may have broke a wire or disconnected a wire and not hooked it back up
Passenger side door, with your key.
Yes, it fits (if both are 4 bangers or if both are V6)
no boot for 93 is 90-95 look on eBay orchrysler parts for 89 Of course it fits, without any restriction, all boots are the same from 1987 up to 1995, but Chrysler uses other part numbers!
Had similar problem on 1987 lebaron replaced starter relay under hood driver side over wheel well next to cooling fan relay.
Under the front passenger seat, there is an electrical harness. Simply unplug the connection. This should disable the alarm.
April 23, 1987
The gap appears to be .035 on all 2.2 liter non-turbo engines for that year. The spark plug number for that engine, that year is AS65.
Chrysler bought out Jeep in 1987. The first year of the Wrangler.
It is under the housing where the upper radiator hose attaches to the engine.