Question about Chrysler LHS
If you haven't done it already, it would be time for me to check fuel supply.
Have you actually seen a spark from the coil or a plug wire? I would pull a plug or the coil wire, position it to spark to any ground point and then crank the engine. If no spark, then either the computer isn't issuing a signal for it or the coil wire itself is bad. They are carbon-coated fabric and subject to die.
If you find spark, you will need to break the fuel line at some point to find if the pump is working. If it is, the fuel pressure regulator may be bad, either allowing zero to too much pressure to occur.
In locating things to check, it is helpful to have a decent service manual at hand and the Haynes books are somewhat better:
'97 LHS Service Manual
You can also find (or order) these at any of the chain parts stores. Your investment will pay for itself.
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
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