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Need help with brake lines.
Hi, I wouldn't drive this car until a certified mechanic has verified the brakes are in a safe operable condition, either have it towed to a mechanic or call a mobile mechanic. The brake lines provide a path for hydraulic...
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Q: Power steering quit working
Hello there, thanks for writing in about your 1993 Chrysler Lebaron. A few different faults can cause the power steering to stop working. If the power steering has completely failed, then the most likely causes would be the power steering...
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Advice on using Lucas products
Hello there, thanks for writing in about your 1993 Chrysler LeBaron V6-3.0L. You are correct that fuel can gum up and the oil can form a varnish which coats parts of the engine over time. The best method for cleaning...
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Car begins to decelerate and lose power as im driving.
Hi there. The most common cause of this on your car is either a restriction in the exhaust caused by a failing catalytic converter, or a fuel system issue. Low fuel pressure will cause this and that would typically be...
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When try to give my car a lot of gas at once it bogs down and wont trys to shift
Hi There, It sounds like you may have a fuel starvation problem due to a lack of sufficient fuel pressure. This can happen when the pump itself is not working properly or when the fuel pressure regulator is not maintaining...
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We have a 1992 Chrysler lebarron convertible. When it rains the driver side floor holds water as well as the back floor on driver
There are several pathways that will admit rainwater and leave it where you have described. The leak can be pinpointed if you request a vehicle water leak diagnostic. If you request that service, the responding certified mechanic will get this...
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I have a 1982 Chrysler Lebaron Medallion 2.6l (G54b)vin D 8th digit. The engine recently went out. I found other engines that wer
The "D" in the eighth position of your VIN number designates the 2.6L engine. If your VIN has a "B" in the eighth position, that designates the 2.2L engine. Inasmuch as your vehicle was equipped with the 2.6L engine you...

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