Blown fuse, defective blower motor, blower motor switch, or a defective blower motor resistor pack. check fuses then check climate control box .there are switches you can see at top of box .Make sure plug in back is in correctly (in fact this could very well be your problem} then check silvercolored switches look for any brown or burnt switches if bad you can get anew box or one froma junk yard
There could be a few things on a 1995 Chrysler LeBaron causing the distributor not to have power. But first I would check the spark plugs and see if maybe they have gone bad.
The Lebaron was no longer in the lineup for Chryslr in 2006. The Chrysler Lebaron was produced between 1977-1989,and was then phsed out by Chrysler due to weak sales.
it seizes thru lack of use... overhall it..
The last Chrysler LeBaron was in 1995. Both engines available that year had timing belts.The last Chrysler LeBaron was in 1995. Both engines available that year had timing belts.
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You will find it (the PVC valve) in the same place as you would on a 1995 Lebaron 3.0. I own a 1990 Chrysler lebaron 3.0 v6 and found the PVC valve in the same spot. Look up where to find the PVC valve on a 1995 lebaron 3.0 on this site. Best of luck.
At the heater core itself.
no but they may have broke a wire or disconnected a wire and not hooked it back up
There could be a few reasons why a 1990 Chrysler Lebaron will crank but not start. The fuel pump could be out or the car could be out of gas. There may be a malfunction in the ignition system causing no spark.
you have to push down on the tension pulley, then you would get slack in the belt
low coolant? Bad thermostat? heater core airbound? control cable not adjusted properly?
Knowing the way Chrysler often interchanges parts from many different cars, I would assume it would be about the same.
I have the same issue. I would look at the over drive sensor/module as the culprit
Check your distributor cap, make sure your not getting moisture in it...lebaron and Chrysler 3.0 have a common problem with the screws on the dist. cap to be corroded and break off. quite possible this problem is as simple as replacing your dist cap.
If the blower is good then the problem is coolant. Something is stopping the warm coolant from the engine from reaching the heater core inside the car. This might be thermostat, heater control valve, blocked heater hose or a blocked heater core. I would suggest letting the car warm up and checking the heater hoses (2) by hand to see where the hot water stops. If there is no hot water at all it is probably a thermostat problem.
Make sure all of the wires on the coil are tight and if they are take it to a speedo shop for tach repair.
That is the same as the check engine light. See related questions below.
Yes, it could be the pipe that runs between the heads.
Not equipped with a cabin filter.
the heater core is behind the dash, most of the dash needs to come out and i would get a Chilton or Haynes book.
You would need to make a way to mount a carburetor on the factory intake manifold. It would not be easy.
Check the heater core, it is probably bad. It could be heater hose connections to the heater core, but I would bet on the heater core going bad.
All of the connecters are different, so it would fit but it would never shift properly.