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Chrysler LHS won't start!!

Does anybody know where the starter is located on a 1996 chrysler LHS v-6 3.5 engine?

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    Wire broke and was raddling in the right front wheel while I was driving took it to my mechanic and he said the screws had come out and he put new scews on it, but the light stilled remained on

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I put struts on my 99 LHS let the jack down and now it will not start just turns over

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Driver side at rear of engine next to oil pan goes into the bell housing.

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the starter is on the right side of the motor down below the the air intake bolted to the transmission three bolts and it comes off

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1999 Chrysler lhs dies after 2min wont start with out a jump new alternator new battery starter works just fine


Engine may be about to seize. Could be fuel being flooded in combustion chamber. Could be water being leaked into it. The engine becomes 'heavy' thus it needs strong voltage for starter to turn the engine.

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Location of the EGR value 1996 Chrysler LHS


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    Passenger side near the firewall. Look for a piece of plastic clipped to a metal bracket and the plastic will have EGR on it. This is a two piece system, follow the hoses for the other part. hope this helps .

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I need to know the location of a starter for a Chrysler lhs?


Melco starter being used with the 3.5L engine,and a Nippondenso for the 3.3L. Both follow the same step-by-step procedure. By inference it sounds like there is only one wrinkle in that the procedure is as follows:
Disconnect the battery (-) cable
Raise the vehicle
Do not remove the wiring from the starter at this time, first:
Remove three bolts attaching starter motor to engine
Remove the starter/starter solenoid as an assembly from the engine:
Position the assembly so as to gain access to the connectors
Remove the battery cable nut, field terminal nut, and push-on solenoid wire connector and the other wires
Remove the starter.
Installation is the reverse. Clean the cable and wire connectors before reassembly.
So other than that, neither the Chrysler nor the Haynes speak of any unusual steps in the process.
Let me know if you find otherwise so I can pass the info on to other owners, please.
I haven't done this one myself, so it is limited advice I can offer. The figures show there to be a "cover" mounted between the starter motor and the engine (it looks like a gasket) and the top bolt hole contains a "starter shield retention sleeve".
So you might want to familiarize yourself with those at the time you finally remove the motor so you don't loose track of those small parts.
On the Melco it shows that the starter solenoid can be replaced separately, but doesn't show that for the Nipppondenso.

Your Chrysler Lhs starter is the primary device that will get your ride going, initiating the operation of the power plant so you can go on your way. In case your Chrysler Lhs has hassle getting started, you probably need to swap out the old starter to restore ideal ignition performance.

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Nov 22, 2011 | 1999 Chrysler LHS

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I have a lhs 1996 Chrysler. The car wont start and the engine fuze burns out.


I also have a 96 LHS that randomly blows the 20 amp ECM fuse. If this is what you are referring to, the problem may be in one of your ECM sensors. 1-Start by unplugging all ECM sensors (Temp, Cam, Crank, 2-O2, TPS, etc.) and replace the fuse. 2-Crank the starter (the car will not start) and see if the fuse blows. If it does you probably have an electrical problem with the ECM. 2-If the fuse does not blow, plug in only the cam sensor and start the car; it will idle rough and the check engine light will come on. If the fuse blows, the problem is the cam sensor or wiring to it. 3-Continue plugging in sensors one at a time and try starting. When the fuse blows, you will know which sensor and/or wiring to the sensor to check. This process of elimination has worked twice for me.

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Chrysler LHS won't start!!


the starter is on the right side of the motor down below the the air intake bolted to the transmission three bolts and it comes off

May 31, 2009 | 1999 Chrysler LHS

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Chrysler LHS Starter


The starter is located beneith the engine, near the transaxle and it is attatched to the engine by 3 bolts. You need to disconnect the battery, raise the car to get at it. The 3.3 and 3.5 engines take different starters. Rick

Mar 15, 2009 | 1995 Chrysler LHS

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if you fallow the possitive cable down you will see the starter

Feb 17, 2009 | 1995 Chrysler LHS

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