1995 Chrysler Concorde

Asked by Mar 26, 2016 at 11:12 PM about the 1995 Chrysler Concorde 4 Dr STD Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My Concorde just recently
has died with no warning.
Started right up after a few
hours. So far, only seems too
happen when its completely
warmed up. Any
suggestions? Haven't tried
spraying starting fluid down
the intake yet.

2 Answers

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It is possible that the Ignition Control Module is bad. Heat will affect it when it is starting to go bad. You can have it tested at Auto Zone if you take it out. Wouldn't hurt to have the coil or coils checked at the same time. Not thinking it is a fuel issue at this point since it starts when it is cold.

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2000 chrysler concorde lxi 3.2l i was on the interstate and the car just died like someone turn the key off It would do this every time the car would warm up long story short changed fuel pumps mistake it ended up being a little 4" rubber tube in the fuel line ( 50 cent part ) what happens is the tube got old and weak and when the car warms up the little tube just pinches together the tube is in a bend and thats why good luck

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