Question about Chrysler LHS
I owned a 1994 LHS (with the same thing), I owned a 1996 Concorrd (with the same thing) The fix was real easy, change plugs, and plug wires. The both can be done easy if you take your time, unhood the old wire snake it out of the intake, tie a string on the end of the old plug wire before pulling it out from under the intake. Change the plug after gaping, now install the plug wire, pull a little to strainghten the wire and install other end on the coil. That way you don't have to remove the intake etc. and the car with run great. Better mileage, no stalling, etc. Good luck it works, but just take your time. Reminder to put "antisize" on the plugs, remember alum. heads.
Posted on Aug 13, 2009
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