Question about 2000 Chrysler Concorde
Its an LXI model. Right now the difficulty im having is removing the Fuse Relay Center. It appears a major teardown is going to be needed. Has anyone had experience with this project
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Go to your local auto parts retailer and buy or rent a power steering pulley puller. They usually run about $39 to do either, but since you probably will not use it much, why add another dusty tool to your box? If you rent it, the $39 is usually just a fully refundable security deposit, so you basically get to use it for free. Most of the pullers usually consist of a two section fixture that slips over the hub of the pulley, then a nut and a long shaft bolt are threaded through, and a sleeve goes over the assembly. You then turn the nut to back off the pulley. The kit should also include the installation tool, which consists of a bolt that you thread into the shaft of the pump and a nut and washer that you turn to slowly press the pulley on to the shaft. It is easier to do this job with the pump out of the car, with the pump clamped on your bench, but can be done with the pump on the car. Just be prepared to lose some skin and blood if you are not wearing gloves. The pulley is made of phenolic resin, formerly known as bakelite, and will break or chip easily, so be careful. Although the temptation will be strong to whack it with a hammer, don't give in. You can easily damage the new pulley and the pump itself.
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
Get a chisel and pop the cap off the center of the hub, remove the hub nut, pull the hub flange and bearing of the stub axle, put the new one on and torque the hub nut to 125 ft-lbs
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
sounds like the actuator. I had the same problem. Mine got to the point where it will now only work with the key. Had it looked at by dealer.. actuator is bad. Good luck.
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
That is a code for an invalid skim key. If you have another skim key try it. If it does the same thing then the skim module may be bad.
Posted on May 07, 2009
If you mean the rear shelf removal, then you begin by removing the rear seat (lift to release the corner clips on each side holding the cushion to the floor). Then remove the fasteners for the seat belts, then lift the seat back to raise and release it from its clips, and remove it from the vehicle. There are then a lower and upper trim panel around the back shelf that you need to remove (these may be on each side of the shelf, e.g. they are called 'quarter trim' panels). Then you will see some push-pin fasteners that hold the shelf across the front lower edge, so you gently pry out the center push-pin of each one of those to release the fastener. Then you pull the shelf forward to release it from the clips that hold it under the window. Then remove the wire to the center high-mounted brake light. The panel with its speakers attached can then be removed, but also remove the wires from the speakers so you don't break those. connections.
That is the procedure as shown in my '98 manual.
Posted on Apr 13, 2010
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