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94 chrysler lebaron stalled now wont start.

My 94 chrysler lebaron stalled at a red light and now it wont start. it acts like it wants to.

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  • aaronstark6 May 30, 2009

    im not sure when the timing was replaced last. the motor is a 3.0 liter v6

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    Eldric Venne May 11, 2010

    What motor? When was the timing belt done last? Sounds like it may have broke.

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If it has been over 60K, this is likely your problem. You will need to remove the timing cover to confirm. If it is intact, look at cam sensor, crank sensor, and possibly fuel pump issue.

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Change the crank senser.

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