'89 Labaron convertable, 2.5 turbo.

Asked by Jul 06, 2011 at 08:16 PM about the 1989 Chrysler Le Baron

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

It will just die for no apparent reason - have to coast off the road.  We have replaced fuel pump and electronic ignition. The problem is intermitant  - may run fine for weeks or months then do it 2-3 times in one day.

3 Answers


have the fuel filter replaced, it may be clogging, they are fairly easy to do and only cost like $20. that may help

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sounds like the ignition pickup common problem and easy fix , unscrew dist cap pull rotor and remove pickup assembly 2 plugs one grey one white, one for ignition the other is for fuel injection ,

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I agree with Todd. I would take a look at the HEP next as well.

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