Question about Chrysler New Yorker
Hello i have a New Yorker Turbo 1986 and it have the power loss light what do i need to do and fix it ?
Hi ~ This is going to sound crazy but it may work. I had a 1984 Chrysler New Yorker, stock. having the same power loss problem and I just changed the gas cap for a new locking one, and it ran great, something to do with the vacuum build up in the tank. not venting properly, apparently. Cheers, Gary
Posted on Apr 14, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Blowing lots of blue smoke,
A head is probably blown which means you have to do one of three things: get your engine rebuilt,(which I would not prefer because they may open your engine up and tell you it can not be rebuilt which means you still have to pay for labor) get another used engine, or get a new engine.
Posted on Oct 22, 2008
On the chevy v6 engines it real comon to have intake leaks.I would try spraing carb cleaner around the intake while the car is running and see if it changes the way it runs.If it does that is your problem.If the intake has a leak it will **** extra air in and cause a missfire.
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
Your catalytic converter is plugged up,
If you check the exhaust output at the tailpipe you will find it restricted.
Let me know if I can assist further.
Posted on May 08, 2009
I've had two Mercury Villagers - I love them, I think they are great cars!
I think the problem your having is a bad injector. You can measure the resistance of each injector, they are suppose to be within a certain tolerance I forget what that is.
The burning rubber smell is because you have raw fuel going into the catalytic converter, this causes the converter to get very hot.
What I've found is that if you use a fuel system cleaner or an injector cleaner - then use only high-grade gas it will usually work as well.
I've also found that you can get re-built injectors for a pretty reasonable price. Installing the front three is not much work, but the rear three are worth paying for someone else to do it. Just google "rebuilt injectors" and you'll find lots of places.
Posted on May 27, 2009
SOURCE: idles rough ,loss of power
I had this same problem on mt 2004 jetta. It had 85,000 miles on it. one day it bagan to idle rough but seemed fine when at higher sppeds/rpms. after a weekm I took it to the dealership and it turned out that a few of the coils/springs were shot. they also replaced my spark plugs, costing me about $550 total. But the car runs great again.
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
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