Question about 1989 Chrysler Fifth Avenue
Posted by Anonymous on
Your throwing all these parts at vehicle need to break it down --does vehicle turn over ---doest it turn over and no start --is it getting spark --is it getting fuel --with no spark need to test componants or adjust --with no fuel need to test fuel system fuel pump-filter etc
Posted on Jul 14, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: spark plug wiring diagram
with the crank facing the radiator.......cylinders 1,3,5 on the left....cylinders 2,4,6 on the right......firing order is 1,2,3,4,5,6...
with the crank on the passenger side.....cylinders 1,3,5 or on the firewall.....cylinders 2,4,6 or next to the radiator...firing order is 1,2,3,4,5,6..... numbers should be on the ignition coil....good luck
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Posted on Apr 20, 2009
SOURCE: timing belt or chain
Ummmm woahhh hold up here...every 2.7 litre V6 i've been associated with had timing CHAINS. The chains ran the water pump and dual over head camshafts.
The 2.7l engine was manufactured by Mitsubishi for Chrysler and had an internal water pump with defective seals that allowed coolant to leak & mix with the oil causing severe sludging problems and eventual engine FAILURE...This has been a nightmare for Chrysler AND OWNERS !
MANY owners have contacted ISG Impartial Services Group 1-(866)332-3746 for a settlement with Chrysler
Attached is a cutaway view of the 2.7 litre, and as you can clearly see it is chain driven.
I've been a MOPAR enthusiast all my life...sadly, this engine was one of the worst to ever hit the streets.
Good luck Doug...i hope this helps.
Posted on May 26, 2009
your engine does have a timing chain, these are very durable, there is no set maintenence interval for them. you can tell how much chain slack you have by gabbing your crankshaft pulley with both hands and rotating it back and forth to feel the chain tightening, it should be a minimul amount of rotation. you should get well over 200k mi. of service without worry. i hope this answers your questions, or at least sets your mind at ease.
Posted on Dec 06, 2009
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