Question about 1992 Chrysler Lebaron
Will run and will start, but it will sometimes just die, also the car will not just sit and idle if I'm not giving it gas a lot of times it will not stay running. just replaced the O2 sensor and when my car died in the middle of an intersection (SCARY) a guy that stopped to help said that i needed to replace my relay...RELAY? total jargon to me. he said the car was getting plenty of fire but it wont start without the relay being replaced. need some help figuring this out please
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: car dies
Sebring 96 convertible - same simptoms as described above - no codes - replaced TPS, EGR, Crank shaft position sensor - noting worked (any bad sensor should trigger a code)
finaly replaced distributor - BINGO for over 10 days no problem
Hope this will help.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
SOURCE: 97 sebring lxi, 2.5L -
first thing you got to do is determen weather its electrical or fuel problem, you can take a test light and hook to a ground and the light end to a spark plug and see if it lights while someone turns over engine, if it lights you got spark. if its got spark, on to fuel, take fuel pressure test, don't think because you can hear pump working does not mean it is, it can sound like it is but its not, at least putting out enought pressure, not the correct amount it will not run. pumps will go out just that way with no warning at all.
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
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