Question about 1999 Chrysler 300M
Go to the link below, it is a PDF file of Dayco Belt rpouting diagrams, allow a minute for the file to load, the once it opens go to page 123, your diagram is diagrm #4-42
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: AC belt on 1999 Chrysler 300M
When you replace the AC belt you really should replace the serpentine belt as well, since you will have to take it off already. If you don't do it now it is inevitable that you will have to replace it in like 3 weeks anyway : )
You need to first remove the serpentine belt by loosening the nut in the center of the idler pulley. After that you will need to loosen the push bolt on the side of the idler pulley. The hub bolt is a 15mm size and the push bolt on the side of the tensioner is a 13mm I think. After you loosen it sufficiently, you will need to pull off the old belt.
Next you will need to loosen the tensioner pulley for the AC belt as well. It is the same process. The main issue is space. You will most likely need to raise your car to get at the right angles to loosen these pulleys.
Once you loosen the idler pulley in the same manner as you loosened the other, you can slip the AC belt onto the back of the crank pulley and route it as the diagram under your hood instructs you. Next tighten up the idler pully in the opposite way as you loosend it...tighten up the push bolt until the belt play is within factory specifications, then tighten the hub bolt in the center of the pulley. Do the same for the serpentine belt and you should be up and running in no time. I just performed these tasks on my 2000 300m and I wish someone would have told me this before I started my project. Hope this helps, Good Luck!
Posted on May 26, 2009
SOURCE: The car cranks but won't start
Ok, check the following below--
1. Check the Ignition control Module for its operational value. it may be damaged.
2. Check the coils.
3. Check the plugs and wires.
4. Check the ECM/PCM/ECU(All represent the same device that is commonly known as the engine control computer)
Check these areas thoroughly for faults. I would also advise to replace the fuel filter and fuel pump as well.
Posted on May 31, 2009
SOURCE: 1999 chrysler 300- how to
You mean you want to take off the belt, or the tensioner? Either way, the tensioner should have a pin hole in the shaft, Get a paper clip or piece of steel that will fit in the pin hole, a pry bar or clamp or something to gently push the plunger shaft back in and then put the paper clip in the keeper hole. now you can remove and put it back in, when it is all set, pull the pin, yours might not be that style, but it might be, you should not be able to move that thing with your fingers, if you can, it is no good. check it out, hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 28, 2011
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