There is no speedometer cable on a 1990 Chrysler New Yorker. The speedometer is electically driven by a speed sensor mounted on the transmission. often the contacts are just corroded and some electrical cleaner will fix it right up. Other times the sender will have to be replaced. They are available from major Auto Parts stores like NAPA, or from the dealer.
On a 1990 Chrysler New Yorker, the starter relay is built into the starter. The starter is located on the front of the engine, behind the engine mount.
Chrysler does not use reset switches.
It is in the fuel tank.
Check and possibly replace the coil.
in the fuel tank
Starter, on the starter. Transmission, on the transmission.
It is the part that the accelerator cable hooks to.
It is screwed into the exhaust manifold on the back of the engine.
More than likely a blown fuse.
It is on the inside of the timing chain cover.
It is inside the fuel tank.
buy a hanes car manual for your car
There is no reset. If faulty it must be replaced.
Driver side front door panel.
In the HVAC housing behind the glove box.
Total capacity is almost nine quarts.
There is a relay box just behind the battery ...
Not a Chrysler tech but the VSS (vehicle speed sensor) is normally a sensor at the transmission in front wheel drive cars located at the differential housing in order to count drive axle RPM. In rear wheel drive cars/trucks it would be found at the differential in the rear axle.
V 6 is 1-2-3-4-5-6
Passenger side, front, lowest pulley.