Dead battery, bad ignition switch, bad starter, neutral safety switch......
It could be a variety of things. Start by replacing the coolant temperature sensor and then the throttle position sensor. (Remember in both cases to disconnect the battery to allow the Chrysler fuel profile computer to reset.)
Jump start car and ensure battery and alternator are good.
You hook the cables to the jump start posts that are under the hood on the driver side. They are marked with a + and -.
Check your netural safety switch. Losated on either the lower steering colum inside the car, or ont the transmission where the shift cable connects. The previous owner may have removed the bulb or it's blown.
There could be a few reasons why a 1990 Chrysler Lebaron will crank but not start. The fuel pump could be out or the car could be out of gas. There may be a malfunction in the ignition system causing no spark.
re:why won't my lebaron start. I left out some details.... It just quit starting one day. I replaced the relay fuse on the advice of a friend ,but it didn't affect it at all. The is no click or any sounds indicating that it is even trying to start. IF there is no click it sounds like starter or bad connection to starter Check wires to starter and battery posts for corrosion first
Possible causes include a weak battery, battery connections, and a failed starter.
There can be several causes that your Chrysler town and country won't start. The most common cause of a vehicle not starting is a dead battery.
probably a bad battery
I believe I have an answer for this, or somewhat of and answer. I have a 1995 Chrysler LeBaron, and I have had it stall on me while it is running, or when stopped at a stop sign, then it not be able to start back up for a while, or sometimes it will start right up. I googled it one day, and what I stumbled across was that it supposedly is the fuel pump. The 1994 and 1995 LeBaron has a faulty issue with the fuel pump that causes the engine to stall, and a few of the warning lights to come on. I have had this happen to me about 4 or 5 times, and all in convienient locations. I found this question googling for more information on the topic. If I could site the page I read that at, I would. But if you google it, I am sure you will come across the same info I have. OR, try calling your Chrysler dealership. I have yet to do so, being as how ours just closed in town.
Weak battery. Which may in turn be caused by a bad alternator.
A dirty fuel filter or fuel pump failure.
Check your distributor cap, make sure your not getting moisture in it...lebaron and Chrysler 3.0 have a common problem with the screws on the dist. cap to be corroded and break off. quite possible this problem is as simple as replacing your dist cap.
To set the clock on a 1988 Chrysler Lebaron you start by pressing the "set" button while the radio is on and push the volume knob in. Once you see the hour number flashing on the screen, adjust by using "seek" and press the volume knob in once you set the hour and then it will go to minutes. Adjust the minutes using the same "seek" button and press the volume knob in and the time will be set.
did you make sure the #1 piston was top dead center and that when you set your timing that the springs where without tension? if not its out of time