..The water pump pulley runs off the timing belt[..to drive the overhead cams]. The recommended replacement interval is 60,000 miles , and considering how much effort is involved to get at these parts it's probably a good idea to replace the water pump, too. Also, check the tube that runs from the back of the pump to the back of the engine. Replace it if it is corroded or leaking. The service life of the OEM water pumps is about the same as the timing belt, so it makes sense to replace both at the same time. You may save yourself a comeback and you'll certainly save your customer a lot of money on labor by doing both jobs at once.
..This engine has two inlet coolant pipes that connect from the heater core and the rear of the engine to the water pump. The pipes are located in the valley of the cylinder block. These pipes are sealed with O-rings on the ends and become easily distorted when the engine is disassembled. If the pipes become distorted or the O-rings are not replaced air can enter the cooling system immediately after start-up.
To check for this after air is detected in a system, check for hydrocarbons in the coolant. If no hydrocarbons are present, look for these pipes to be leaking.
According to the service manuals for the 1993-1995 LeBarons with 3.0 Litres V6, the recommended timing belt replacement interval is not 60000 miles, it is 100000 miles (somewhat more than 1550000 kms. It is recommended to replace the water pump and the poulley, too. If the timing belt rips, it does not damage your engine, so do not care.
You have to calculate at least 5, up to 10 hrs to replace it yourself. I wrote a photo documented manual 2 years ago, but the text is in german, maybe you could have a look at my pictures to see, what is to do and to estimate the time you will use....
Pictures at: http://www.barontreff.ch/gallery3/index.php/technisch/Wasserpumpen-Ersatz-Oktober-2010
(For the moderator of this: Those are my pictures, my own copyright, and this is my personal text, so there is no reason to remove or block it. I am the owner of the mentionned site and all pictures are made by myself and can be used public)
It is located in the Fuel Tank which means the Tank will need to be dropped in order to replace the Pump.
Follow the hose from the top of the radiator back towards the engine, where it connects is the thermostat housing, this can be removed by taking out the 2 bolts. - remember to replace the gasket!
Take it to a professional. This is not a DIY job.
Front or rear.. disc or drum type..??????????
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.
its on the same part where you turn them on i went to the junk yard and got the whole thing dash piece and all for $5
Charge it, test it, replace it.
you might need to replace the hinge pins.. or the complete hinge
be more specific.. replace pads..?? replace hose..?? repair master cylinder..??
It is located behind the rear seats. Once you remove them you will see the pumps and lines. There are several youtube vids on how to remove and replace it.
take it to an auto shop and pay them to fix it that is how you replace the brakes on a 2006chrysler convertable