Question about 1994 Chrysler New Yorker
Installed new timing belt, pullers, etc.... May have forgot to reconnect hood cable. How do I get it open? It sets right on top the radiator where it is at, so can't get under neath it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: noise under right front of hood
This is pretty hard to diagnose without being there. I would suggest that you take a hose with ends cut off and listen through it, since you are mechanically inclined. I would also check things that may be rattling against the firewall, the exhaust system for rattles as they tend to do so when bushings are worn out, and recheck the things you have if you haven't done so with hose or stethescope. I had a similar problem that was a loose exhaust bushing... Hope this helps you, Rick
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
You are asking for advice on how to pick a lock when all you have on you is a sausage!!! This in not going to be easy! The cable pulls on a lever which can usually be seen through the radiator grille. The problem here is just about every manufactrer has a different idea where to put the lever, but it is USUALLY in the middle of the hood. If you are very lucky, you will be able to see the end of the lever through the grill and probably see where the cable attaches. Now get out your slotted screwdriver and TRY to move the lever to open the hood. This is not easy. On some vehicles, you can crawl underneath the front on your back and look up to see this mechanism. More and more vehicles have this area closed off by a plastic cover which has to be removed first.... If you have such a cover, hope it is held inplace with slotted screws!
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
SOURCE: ok, mom said the car
The engine is an interference engine. If it is worth fixing, that would have to depend on the damage done. You will just need to have the top part opened up. It is most likely that you get a pair or more valves hit the piston.
For the TDC, make sure you get the timing marks taken down. If the pulley moves, you should know the position. A simple way to take note of the TDC is by putting a long screwdriver in the hole for the spark plug. The highest point where the screwdriver stops before going down as you move the crankshaft is the TDC.
Posted on May 09, 2011
SOURCE: we have a 94 chrysler
Sounds like your alternator. Even tho it's new, that could still be your problem. Check your battery cables and terminals to see if they are tight. And no corrosion is on either one of them as this could be your problem. If this does not help, then check your belt to make sure its nice looking, AND tight. Also, check ALL of your fuses AND relays. Hope this helps, James Booth. Please rate this. :))
Posted on May 20, 2011
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