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I have a 1997 chrysler LHS. The evaporator needs to be replaced. I have most of everything removed, but do I have to remove the upper instrument panel to get the unit out?

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Yes you do, it is in the dash heat/AC ducts

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On a 1997 chrysler L.H.S. dash gauges don't work. not even the speed meter.


Had the same problem with my 1997 lhs went to the wrecking yard and picked up a speedometer head only also can be found on e-bay.Price is about 35.00 dollars It fixed the problem right away.Very easy to switch out took about 1 half hour to do. 1996-1997 will fit. It sure is nice to have everything work again.

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Cannot find heater blower in 1999 ford taurus


It's hiding deep behind the right side dash. See instructions from autozone.com below.

1997-99 Models

  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Disengage the instrument panel insulator from the instrument panel.
  3. Detach the wiring connector at the blower motor.
  4. Unsnap the instrument panel upper finish panel from the instrument panel.
  5. On vehicles equipped with autolamp, Detach the electrical connector from the light sensor amplifier.
  6. Unsnap and remove the instrument panel finish end panel from the right side of the instrument panel.
  7. Remove the 3 screws retaining the instrument panel to the upper cowl top panel.
  8. Remove the 2 screws at each right side of the instrument panel.
  9. Remove the 3 screws retaining the blower motor to the evaporator housing.
  10. Pull the instrument panel away from the cowl and remove the blower motor from the A/C evaporator housing.
  11. If required, separate the blower motor wheel from the blower motor by removing the retainer from the blower motor shaft and sliding the blower motor wheel off the blower motor shaft.

To install:
  1. If the blower motor wheel was removed, align the flats on the inside diameter of the wheel hub with the flat surface on the blower motor shaft and slide the blower motor wheel onto the blower motor shaft. Install a new blower motor wheel retainer onto the shaft.
  2. Install the blower motor and wheel assembly into the evaporator housing and firmly tighten the 3 retaining screws.
  3. Reposition the instrument panel and install the 2 screws at each right side of the instrument panel.
  4. Install the 3 screws retaining the instrument panel to the upper cowl top panel.
  5. Install the instrument panel finish end panel to the right side of the instrument panel.
  6. On vehicles equipped with autolamp, Attach the electrical connector to the light sensor amplifier.
  7. Snap the instrument panel upper finish panel to the instrument panel.
  8. Attach the wiring connector at the blower motor.
  9. Engage the instrument panel insulator to the instrument panel.
  10. Connect the negative battery cable. Check for proper blower motor operation.

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Trying to remove rear door handle on chrysler lhs 99


Hello, to remove and replace the rear door try the following:

1. Disconnect the negative battery cable from the battery of your Chrysler LHS. You can accomplish this with an open end wrench, to prevent any injury or short in the electrical system as you are working on the door lock switch. Place the negative battery cable out of the way so it does not touch any metal parts.


2. Undo any screws that are holding the lower door panel to the door with a screwdriver. Unclip the plastic hold clips that are attached to the back of the panel by carefully pulling them away by hand.

3. Locate the electrical connector wires. These wires run behind the panel to the door arm rest and detach each wire connector by hand. Remember how the wires were attached so you can put them back the same way when it is time to reattach them.

4. Lower the door panel away from the door. Then, remove any screws holding the upper door panel in place. Remove the door handle pull cup that covers the door lock switch and door handle by carefully popping the cover off after you have removed the screws holding it in place.

5. Detach the upper door panel from the door. You can do this by pulling it away carefully from the plastic clips. Move the upper door panel out of the way and locate the door lock actuator switch. Remove the screws from the actuator switch that are holding it in place and disconnect the electrical wires attached to the back of the switch.

6. Replace the old door lock actuator switch with a new one. This replacement can occur by connecting the electrical wires to the back of the new switch and reattaching the switch to the door frame with screws. Put the upper door panel back in place, securing it to the door frame with plastic clips and screws.

7. Reattach the door handle pull cup to the upper door panel with screws. Then, put the lower door panel in place and reattach the electrical wires to the window switches underneath the armrest. Attach the lower door panel to the door frame with plastic clips and screws.

8. Attach the negative battery cable to the Chrysler LHS battery with the open end wrench.

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Need to replace the ignation switch in my 2000 chrysler LHS


Removal & Installation
  1. Disconnect negative cable from battery.
  2. Remove the Instrument Panel Center Bezel, Chrysler and Dodge.
  3. Remove side trim panel to steering column cover.
  4. Remove the screws that secure the steering column cover to the instrument panel and relocate panel.
  5. Pull the steering column cover rearward at the top and right side of the cover to release the snap retainers from the instrument panel.
  6. Remove the screws that secure the instrument panel steering column cover reinforcement to bracket and remove reinforcement from the vehicle. Remove the 2 front mounting nuts.
  7. Remove the lower mounting nut.
  8. Slide the assembly rearward into the instrument panel and down to gain access to switch.
  9. Disconnect the electrical connector from the ignition Switch and SKREEM Module.
  10. Remove the interlock cable by depressing the locking tab and pulling straight.
  11. Remove ignition switch mounting screw.
  12. Squeeze the 2 locking tabs to remove ignition switch from the lockhousing .

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Removal and installation of the ignition switch

To install:

NOTE A tab on the ignition switch indexes to a notch in the lock cylinder housing. Also, a slot in the end of the ignition switch fits over the shaft in the end of the lock cylinder housing.


  1. Use the ignition key to rotate the lock cylinder to align the ignition switch with lock cylinder housing.
  2. Insert ignition switch into lock housing until locking tabs are seated into openings on lock housing.
  3. Install ignition switch mounting screw.
  4. Install the interlock cable into the switch assembly. Attach electrical connector to SKREEM Module.
  5. Install switch assembly into Instrument Panel.
  6. Attach electrical connector to ignition switch.
  7. Tighten the 2 mounting nuts.
  8. Tighten the lower mounting nut.
  9. Install steering column reinforcement.
  10. Steering column reinforcement installed.
  11. Install the Steering column reinforcement cover.
  12. Install trim panel end.
  13. Install the Bezel cluster.
  14. Install the ignition switch bezel ring.
  15. Connect the negative battery cable.

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I need to install an evaporator core in 1997 xj6. Any tips or suggestions?


Ok , I will try to guide you as simple as I can :
1- Remove the Heater / Cooler unit this is how : * Disconnect Battery ground cable
* Recover AC gas or empty it in open space
* Drain radiator coolant only
* Remove instrument panel for access
* From under the hood disconnect AC pipes at the evaporator , by removing bolts , discarding O-Rings and make sure to install blanking plugs so that no dirt goes in.
* Disconnect heater hoses from heater matrix pipes , by releasing the spring band clips and make sure to blank the pipes
* From inside the car , remove driver footwell duct , by removing the screw and then removing the duct
* Remove upper steering column lower fixing , nuts and bolts
* Remove upper steering column upper fixings (Bolts) , and allow column to rest down o the floor
* Cut cable tie which secures console harness to LH blower duct
* Remove LH fan motor duct (screws)
* Remove passenger side footwell vent (nut)
* Cut cable tie securing console harness to RH blower duct.
* Remove RH fan motor duct (screws)
* Disconnect Heater/Cooler Connector
* Disconnect drain tubes from Heater/cooler assembly
* Disconnect A/CCM connectors
* Remove evaporator pipe support bracket fixing.
* Remove Heater/Cooler assembly fixing , by removing lower nut and upper nut
* Remove tape securing RH rear footwell intermediate duct joint. Remove duct to clear access
* Remove tape securing LH rear footwell duct
* Remove Heater/Cooler assembly from car.

2- Remove AC control module 3- Remove evaporator pipe seal plate 4- Disconnect heater tempreture sensor 5- Remove footwell servo motor from heater/cooler unit * Disconnect connector
* Remove screws
* Remove motor complete with bracket
6- Disconnect evaporator sensor connector * Detach heater/cooler connector
* Detach evaporator sensor connector
* disconnect connector
7- By now you can see one upper and one lower case * Remove heater/coolent unit upper case from lower case
* Remove screw
* Remove 15 clips
* Remove upper case from lower
8- Remove evaporator from case * Remove sensor and clip

You are done , make sure to replace all seals that you see to make sure that every thing is ok and you do not have any leaks after installation.
Installation : Reverse order and after installing make sure to do a pressure test to make sure that there are no leaks

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Good morning. I just need to know all of the tools I will need to change the spark plug wires for a 1997 Chrystler LHS (including tools needed to remove the manifold). Thank you so much.


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