Hi, the starter is on the side of the engine which is actually the front because it is a "side winder" engine. If you are looking at the front of the car, it's right behind the middle of the bumper. Crawl underneath and you will see it just to the left of the oil filter looking up. However, you can also see part of it by lifting the hood and look down. It will be a little lower and to the right of the oil filter. To change it though, you will need to do it from under the car. rtalk7 if your under your car looking were your motor bolts to the transmissiom it would be towards the front of your car were your motor mount is. their will be 2 or 3 bolts holding it in, might have to support motor cause bolts go through the motor mount bracket
Four cylinder is 15 psi. Six cylinder is 40 psi.
the solenoid is ontop of the starter motor which is located at the bottom right of the engine.. 3 bolts hold it in...
Chrysler does not have reset switches.
Its in the fuel tank
The starter is located under the battery box.
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.
Six cylinder, on the front behind the engine mount. Four cylinder, rear of the engine under the exhaust manifold.