Question about 1996 Chrysler LHS
I have a 96 Chrysler LHS that doesn't fire, well it does fire but only once. So far i have changed both the crankshaft sensor and the cam sensor, i have changed the coil pack, tried a different PCM, and the auto shutdown relay.. right now i am lost i cannot figure out what is wrong
First, check the ECM fuse in the power control module (it will be a yellow 20 amp fuse). Second, check the timing belt. You can pull out the cam sensor and look in the hole while someone cranks the motor. If the cam gear is not turning, the timing belt is broken. VERY IMPORTANT - when replacing the cam sensor, get a special adhesive pad from a Chrysler dealer that attaches to the bottom of the sensor to set the proper gap (cost about $2). Install the cam sensor until the pad touches the gear and tighten down the locking bolt. The pad will wear off in normal running. If the gap is not set correctly using this gapping pad, you won't start.
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