Question about 1999 Chrysler Concorde
I am pretty good about changing my oil but I am constantly putting oil in my car between oil changes. I even use a dealership to have my oil changed instead of going to a shop. I have to check my oil level every time I fill my gas tank just to be on the safe side. I have changed plugs, throttle body assembly and all 6 intake gaskets and I am still leaking oil. Have also change the power steering pump and in-line fuse because my interior lights kept blinking on and off. I love my car but all the problems and when they completed the last repairs they told me the engine is noted for being bad. Told me this is something I should take up with you because of all the money involved and I still have my engine light come on and off at no particular time. I even had to have all my seal around the doors re-glued. My seals around my headlights are next because they are falling out as well.
Your car problyhave 2.7 liter v6 they are known useing the converter catch most it valve seals leak internaly causeing motor to use oil more than normal also have mech ck pcv system and egr system
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
see if you can pry it out. You may be able to heat up a razor blade and go around the edges to loosen the glue just to get the button out if you can get the button out then you can scrape out the rest
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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