Are you sure is isn't overheating. The sealed cooling system can develop small leaks and you can lose most of your coolant. When this happens the car overheats and will run rough and die. When it cools off it will run again. Could also be ignition module or some other electronic compnoenet. Are there any codes?
Inner tie rod
check ecu, ignition, wiring harness, fuses, relays, and cam sensor
The heater core can only be accessed by removing the dash and HVAC housing.
Due to the recession Chrysler car company is going out of business.
The oil pressure switch is located on the passenger-side of the engine, about halfway up the engine block. It is only visible from under the car, and has a yellow-green plug going into the end of it.
on the front of the motor under the front crank it has a plug going to the crank.
try going to a salvage yard
Check the crank angle position sensor. It is located on the left side (drivers), at the crank shaft. There is one fastener and an electrical plug to remove the sensor. I found it was easier to get off and back on by removing left front wheel and going through the wheel well.
most likely yes
i hope they are ! i hope they are !
It's located on the lower right side of the housing with a 6 prong connector with 5 wires going to it. When removes it will have curled looking wires. Do not touch the wires if just removed as they can and will burn you.
Besides going to a Chrysler dealer, one can get Chrysler parts at a number of places online. They include AutoPartsWarehouse, CarParts, ChryslerPartsDirect, and ChryslerPartsDept.
You can buy them on ebaymotors look up Chrysler 300 on the parts section and you will find them. doubt it
I got my Chrysler Cirrus LX going 110 MPH then the govener kicked in and it slowed me down i have a 1996 Chrysler and it does 120 but it takes a while to get there
Remove bezel/trim from radio. There are no screws, it snaps off. Begin to loosen the trim from the bottom. Now, there should be two bolts (10 MM), one is on the bottom left and the other is usually on the top right. Unscrew these two bolts and slowly slide the radio out. There will be two plugs in the back, one black and one gray. Carefully unplug these. Now, unplug the antenna. Now you should be able to completely remove the radio. When you go to buy the replacement factory radio remember that the 96 Concorde uses the old style-90's wiring...has two plugs, a black one and a gray one. You must use the older style radio if going with the OEM Chrysler radio on a 96 Concorde
I'm going to take a wild guess and say your timing belt broke.
the crank sensor "tells" the computer what piston is at the "power stroke" and what coil to fire also the next cylinder that is going to need fuel.
Well, the stress of US Economy, all started last year with CNBC announced that Freddie Mac & Fannie Mae, were going to be bankrupt. (This is one of the reasons) The reason why, Chrysler, and GM, are going bankrupt, is because Chrysler and GM's car sales are too pricy for residents of the United States to buy them. However, instead of Chrysler & GM, are going bankrupt, those two companies should've just lowered the prices on their vehicles. I have one family member, that told me that he is glad that Chrysler & GM are going bankrupt. Why? The reason why, that family member told me that he is glad that Chrysler & GM are going bankrupt is because: -most of the Chrysler & GM employees are derogatory terms and they did not graduate from high school, or they dropped out of the 8th grade. -most of the Chrysler & GM employees get paid to much money.
The problem may not be that the window has come off the track. I have a '98 Chrysler Concorde and the driver's side window wasn't operating correctly so I took the interior door panel off and found that one of the brackets that anchor the window to the track had broken. I tried to repair it with JB Weld but it didn't hold. I'm going to have to buy a new window.
Is it a problem of the battery goes dead or does it crank but not catch? If the battery is going dead over time perhaps you need to check the battery and/or alternator. If it's cranking but not starting, check the computer codes.
The Plymouth car brand was discontinued by Chrysler in 2001.
I recommend going to this site for all your Chrysler 300m questions. www.lhforums.com Any name brand 5w30
starter going out or poor voltage
potential will not get to your starter.. causing your engine not to crank..
Depends on the design. For some, undo the pinch bolts on the top right and left of the crank then undo the big bolt....should slide off after that. For some you need to remove the big bolt going into the bottom bracket, then install the correct crank puller and pull the crank off. If it's an Ashtabula, one-piece crank, you remove the pedals, unscrew the bottom bracket, and thread the crank out through the frame.