Your 89 New Yorker has a peice of trim at the bottom the tail light, in that small piece of trim is a screw. Take that screw out and you can get to the rest of the screws that hold the tail light assembly in place, Oh yes most important you must have the trunk lid raised so you can get to the wiring harness.
The valves on all engines in a 1989 Chrysler New Yorker are not adjustable. The hydraulic lifters are self adjusting.
The entire dash and the HVAC housing.
check your distributor,you may need to replace
On the 3.0L, yes.On the 3.0L, yes.
Transmission in need of SERVICE.
It is part of the pump module in the tank.
They are on both sides as well as the rear.
It doesn't have one. Chrysler uses relays to controll the fuel system.
It is inside the HVAC housing behind the glove box.
It is under the housing where the upper radiator hose attaches to the engine.
Inside the glove box, behind an access panel.
It uses regular old green antifreeze.
Inside the glove box behind an access panel.
It is inside the HVAC housing, behind the glove box.
It is on the front of the engine, below the exhaust manifold, behind the motor mount.
Shift cable adjustment, low fluid, internal transmission failure.
Sounds like a stuck blend door.
You can reset the ecm with a scan tool or by unhooking the battery.
You unlock t h e doors with the key to reset the alarm.
The fuel pump is in the tank. The filter is just in front of the tank.
No, only one. The other part in the back of the fuel tank is the fuel level sensor.
Thermostat, low coolant, inoperative radiator fan, failed water pump, plugged radiator, head gasket.
It plugs into the taillight.
the amps are all located on the s[eakers them selves at least thays where they were on my 88 check it out