Trouble code P0340 means:Camshaft position sensor circuit malfunction
its under the steering wheel
There isn't a single traction control sensor. The system uses the wheel speed sensors, at each wheel bearing, along with numerous other inputs.
A Chrysler Cirrus does not have a mass airflow sensor.
When my 99 LHS wouldn't start I got my starter changed and the car started.
Remove the transmission oil pan and valve body.
You should be fine with between five to seven ounces.
Depends on what kind of battery you have but 9 times out of ten all you will need is a couple wrenches.
Yes, I Have 18" Rims On My '99 LHS.I Have 245-45-R18 Tires, With No Rubbing At All.
Chrysler vehicles that do not have an external antennae use the rear defroster grid as the antennae.Chrysler vehicles that do not have an external antennae use the rear defroster grid as the antennae.
change MAP sensor
Yes you do have to drop the tank to access the fuel pump.
Not sure what you mean by brain sensor. There are dozens of sensors on the car. They can cost from twenty to hundreds of dollars.
The crankshaft sensor for the 5.2L Chrysler models is on the transmission bell-housing. It is above the starter, I had to remove the starter in order to get to the sensor. After that it was a piece of cake.
Sensor is available, Chrysler calls it a pick up plate.
The thermostat on a '99 LHS is on the lower left side (driver side) of the engine block to the left of the oil filter. It is best viewed from under the vehicle. Just trace the lower radiator hose to the engine and that is the housing it's located in.
Check the oi pressure sensor, located next to the filter, for oil in the electrical plug. If oil is present, replace sensor.
NO. the 99, 00, and 01 lhs have 3 bulbs in the headlight, a blinker, high beam and low beam. The Concorde 02,03, & 04 will interchange/work. The 2000 Concorde has only 2 bulbs (high and low beam)...
The oil filter is located on the lower left side (driver side) of the engine block, near the front of the engine. Can be best viewed from under the car.
sensor for the transmission is what caused my 2000 Chrysler cirrus to do the same exact thing. i ended up paying about $360 for the repair. the sensor itself was cheap(around $50 at the time) but the labor and the computer adjustment was what ended up costing an arm and a leg.
Where is the knock sensor for a 99 pathfinder
yes but inside the housing, there is only a high n low beam, where as the lhs of 99 has projectors from the factory n has the turn signals inside the housing aswell, so that's up to ur imagination to make that work my friend, good luck