Engine Mechanical problem
1990 Chrysler New Yorker 6 cyl Front Wheel Drive Automatic 107000 miles
I HAVE A 1990 3.3 FUEL INJECTED CHRYSLER NEW YORKER THAT WAS RUNNING FINE THEN ALL OF A SUDDEN WOULD TURN OVER AND START FOR 3-4 SECONDS THEN DIE. WILL STAY STARTED AS LONG AS YOU SPRAY STARTING FLUID BUT STOPS WHEN YOU STOP SPRAYING. FUEL PUMP IS GOOD, CHANGED FUEL FILTER, IS GETTING SPARK, CHANGED FUEL REGULATOR, HAS CORRECT FUEL PRESSURE, ALL RELAYS AND FUSES ARE GOOD, CLEANED UP AND CHANGED HEAD GASKETS & MANIFOLD GASKETS. TRIED TO HOOK UP TO A SCOPE (to get codes) BUT WHEN HOOKED SCOPE TO CAR SCOPE WAS GETTING NO POWER (battery has been taken out several times to be recharged from trying to restart so many times, so don't know if the codes are still stored). IF TRYING TO START TO MANY TIMES CAR GETS FLOODED. THERE WAS GAS IN THE SPARK PLUGS AND CYLINDERS WHICH WAS REMOVED. CAN SOMEONE PLEASE HELP WITH THIS PROBLEM? SO FRUSTRATED.
have the same problem?
Tuesday, January 26th, 2010 AT 7:55 PM