Question about 1992 Chrysler Lebaron
You need to remove the shroud so you can see the whole lock assembly.Once this is removed you should see a little silver retainer pin. While pushing in on the pin, rotate the lock with the key in it, until you feel the pin drop in. At this point you can start to pull the lock out. You may need a torx driver to unscrew some of the bolts, but there are no special tools needed to actually remove the lock assembly , besides a working key.
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
Before replacing or installing the old belt you need to check all of the pulley's that the belt rides on for play. Pay special attention to the spring loaded tensioner pulley. They can sieze and cause the belt to come off.
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Posted on Aug 30, 2008
SOURCE: need new ignition lock cylinder
You will need a tool like a allen wrench, somthing small with a 90 degree angle, and some torx bits. Disconnect the battery, wait for 5 minutes, then using the torx bit remove the lower column cover. Look up inside the column to the top cover, some models the top cover is held on with inverted torx. If you see a star looking screw you will need to remove them too. Aftre that gently raise the upper cover, turn the key to run. On top of the lock housing there will be a small hole, put the allen wrench in the hole, press down, hold the key to the start and pull out on the lock. It is not as bad as it sounds. Good Luck.
Posted on May 05, 2009
Hi there, You can try this. Best thing to do is buy a Haynes or Clinton's repair shop manual at your local AP store for your particular vehicle. Then read up on it in the trouble shooting section or the step by step RR section. You can purchase these at your local Auto Parts store or buy them on line at ebay burdfrenzy
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
http://millerspecialtools.spx.com/Detail.aspx?id=369 There may be ways to do it without the tool, but I have no experience with these cars, other than warnings to stay away from these engines. Big sludge problems.
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
sounds like their is a sticking or bad starter relay try going under the hood and tapping the relays with the back end of a screw driver. this will sometimes loosen the contacts and often works. it may also mean, blown fuses in the panel. several other options exist like if theirs no sound at all when you turn the key then theirs ignition problems usually result of bad battery.. but more then likely you hear something continuing on >> check that you have good spark and good plugs, this is very often the cause of your problem.
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
either the heat control valve isn't working, or the heater core is plugged up, what i do is reverse the heater hoses on the core to unplug the core sometimes that is all it takes but if its plugged badly you will need to replace it
Posted on Jan 05, 2011
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