Well...I am no mechanic but I can tell you I am going through a similar issue with my 1986 Chrysler LeBaron. My mechanic replaced the fuel pump which was heavily corroded, then another mechanic friend replaced the fuel injector and the regulator along with the spark plugs but still no fire and today he checked out the fuel injector connector and noticed the wiring on one side of this part is not in perfect condition which could possibly be causing this car from not fully igniting and staying powered. So far, he is scouting junk yards to locate this part. Hope this info helps.
I have a 1993 Lebaron with 3.0 Liter and Automatic. I get between 23-26 mpg.
If it is a 3.0 liter V6 EFI. Then it will be .044
141 Horsepower @ 5000 RPM.
1989 Chrysler Lebaron 2.5 engine and you get a lot of oil in your air cleaner compartment what is causing this
Will vary between 700 and 1000 rpm.
Not adjustable, idle is computer controlled with an IAC stepper motor.
its 5 quarts for about any engine. 4.5 quarts for the 3 liter v6
Dry fill is almost nine quarts.
It is an automobile.
The gap appears to be .035 on all 2.2 liter non-turbo engines for that year. The spark plug number for that engine, that year is AS65.
The starter is either a Bosch or Nippondenso.. you'll have to pull it out and see.. Theres 3 bolts holding the starter into the bell housing.. undo all wires and remove the bolts..
A 3.8 liter Chrysler Pacifica hold approximately 5 quarts of oil. A 4.0 liter Chrysler Pacifica hold 5.5 quarts of oil.
Dodge, Chrysler, Plymouth no.
If the original motor of the concord is a 3.3 liter then yes because they are the same motor.
Yes. A 2004 Jeep has fuel injection.
yes you probably could
I'm pretty sure that Chrysler themselves designed and build that motor.
It could be a 2.2L or a 2.5L. If the engine is original, and is a turbo it will be a 2.2L. If it is a TBI engine it is likely to be a 2.5. There are a few ways to check. The 2.5L oil pan will have a flatter bottom, the 2.2 pan will have a round bump near the center.