Question about 1997 Chrysler Concorde
All Diagrams I have seen on cylinder location shows cylinder 5 on passenger side at the rear nearest the firewall. Is this correct? I found one diagram at autozone.com and another sight also. But I have someone telling me it is on the drivers side at rear nearest the firewall. Is it 135 passenger side and 246 drivers side? from front to back? Thank you I have had a misfire on 5 code and have done all I can think of to correct it. Wirs, plugs, coil, fuel injector, fuel filter and ECU Unit. I gave up and took it to a shop and they are telling me it is the fuel injector on 5. I replaced the injector on the cylinder I thought was 5(passenger side at rear) and they are telling me 5 is drivers side at rear. It is a 3.5 liter engine
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: MISFIRE ON CYLINDER 5.
Same problem. 94 LHS 3.5L engine. Noticeable rythmic misfire at idle. Looks like cyl 5. When I pull the injector connector off of cyl 5 the idle rythm does not change. It does if i pull the inj connector off of any other cylinder. Spark OK. Injector ok using seperate 12vdc supply (clicks). Connector to injector has pulses on it verified with a test light. Inj coil resistanceis 12 ohms, exactly what it should be.
Still need to check compression and intake manifold gasket
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
SOURCE: How difficult to replace oil
It's relatively easy : just 2 lines that plug to the radiator and the oil filter cooler adaptor. To remove them just disconnect them from the radiator, take out the oil filter, remove two bolts, and the cooling line adapter with the lines still attached comes out.Then just replace the hoses and the adaptor (if necessary), use new gaskets and put all back together .
You can get the parts from here
it will cost you about $350 for all of them.
Posted on Apr 18, 2011
Yes they are. But may I ask if u drive only a few miles at a time, or, don't fill the gas tank up all the way. If this is the case you have 1) carbon buildup on your springs or 2) moisture in your gas tank. Solution: use Bg 44k fuel cleaner and a bottle of Napa Thermo-Aid in the same tank of gas. Your problem just might go away, very cheap!!
Posted on Sep 20, 2011
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The spark plug firing order is ( 1 - 4 - 2 - 5 - 3 - 6 )
The engine cylinders are 1 , 2 , 3 from front to rear on the passenger side of the engine and 4 , 5 , 6 from front to rear on the drivers side of the engine
The coil pack towers are numbered 1 , 2 , 3 from front to rear in the row nearest the passenger side and 5 , 6 , 4 from front to rear in the row nearest the drivers side
hope this clarifies the situation for you
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