The fuel pump on a 1992 Chrysler LeBaron is inside the fuel tank.
A Chrysler LeBaron does not have a reset switch. The fuel pump is controlled by the engine computer with relays.
A 78 Lebaron does not have a serpentine belt. It has Separate belts for the alternator, power steering, AC/Water pump and Smog Pump.
No, the engine doesn't have to be pulled to change the water pump.
Its in the fuel tank
the water pump is locate in back of the motor bracket on the left side of the engine it take about 4 hours to remove it
In the fuel tank.
It is in the fuel tank.
No, it does not have a reset switch.
You might need to add some hydraulic oil to the pump. The pump is located in the trunk upper right side.. Further info and how2s.. www.autmotiveforums.com/chrysler/ lebaron
It is inside the fuel tank.
Inside the fuel tank.
It is inside the passenger side of the engine, driven by the timing belt.
There isn't one.
Mounted on top and inside the fuel tank.
Chrysler does not use inertia/reset switches.
Chrysler/Dodge/Jeep vehicles do not use inertia/reset switches
4 cyl driven by the alternator belt. 6 cyl, driven by the timing belt.
You have to remove the tank to access.
i had the same prob. with mine i have a 92 lebaron 3.0 and it was the fuel pump going bad...
To replace the fuel pump on the 1989 Chrysler LeBaron, first you will need to disconnect the battery terminals. Then, empty the fuel tank completely and remove the pump from inside of the tank by releasing the tank straps to lower the tank. You then use a brass drift and hammer to drive the lock ring counter clockwise to loosen the pump.
V6, inside the passenger side of the engine. Driven by the timing belt. Four cylinder, below the alternator on the front.
Inside the front of the engine, driven by the timing belt.