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Also I noticed the timing belt and was turning when trying to start car.

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Hi walter, you can edit you other question about the 1989 Chrysler new Yorker. Hard to start & you're on the right path to check that the belt isn't broken.
If you have a similar problem like the YouTube video link, the comment as it may be the fuel pressure regulator /but he got his eventually running...


https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20090208042532AAKnzda

Those guys also point towards a fuel or battery problem.



My 1989 Chrysler New Yorker 3 0L V6 won stay running in gear have replaced...

You may be better off at a Chrysler car owner forum to start ruling things out on that last link I posted, that's a lot to check over and rule them out one by one...

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Hello, and Welcome to FixYa. Please allow me to assist you.

Your mention of "on trying to start the engine turns over very fast" is indicative of a timing belt issue. Either the belt has broken, or the belt has jumped a few teeth. When the belt is out of "time", there is less compression, which results in the engine 'turning over' faster, and a no-start condition.

What you need to do: Replace the timing belt, and, while the belt is being replaced, check the water pump for any evidence of seepage; if so, replace the water pump at the same time.

The good news here is this: Your engine is NOT of the type that will 'bend' the valves when the belt breaks or jumps teeth.

Replacing the timing belt will fix you right up.

Thanks for choosing FixYa for assistance.

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