1991 chrysler Newyorker 3.3liter engine


Asked by Jun 03, 2017 at 01:59 PM about the 1991 Chrysler New Yorker Fifth Avenue

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 1991 chrysler newyorker that has been
sitting since 2006. So I put a new airtex fuel pump
on, new tank, new sending unit, new filter, spark
plugs, coil pack,wires, everything's new. After all
this it still won't start . I disconnected the fuel line
to see if fuel is coming to the engine, it is.  I
sprayed starting fluid in the throttle, it almost
cranked, but not. Somebody help me. Good
car, it's never been abused. Just sat  along time.

3 Answers


Check all your basics. Fuses, grounds and power. Of it has the computer mounted on top of motor or air breather. They were terrible for computer fails and disconnect and check for corrosion. If everything looks okay. Check injector pulse

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Thank you Lonetech! All it was a little corrosion on the throttle body, a good spraying of starting fluid on the throttle opening, and a lite pat on the gas then holding it down, sparked new life


No problem

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