Last post on Mar 16, 2013 at 5:51 AM
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Chrysler LHS, Sedan
#1403 of 1408 Re: 1994 Chrysler LHS [mrdsgrumpy]
Oct 04, 2012 (4:52 pm)
I had the exact same issue on my 94 as well. Found the harness was rubbing on the pass side tie rod end. Would kill motor when turning tight right or it would go into limp. Cut harness added wire and shrink tube, wrapped in tape and tube with a couple of wire ties here and there - no issues ever again! Dealer wanted 2500 for tranny.........Think it cost me $15 bucks and has been three years and 40K plus miles!
Oct 04, 2012 (4:55 pm)
My 1994 LHS has 160K on it. Radio went nuts the other day, flashing, sometimes wont turn off/on. Drove to work and with radio off could still hear it thru speakers! Temp fix was to pull fuse. Have tinkered a little with it but it now seems to be dead. Any ideas?
#1405 of 1408 Re: 1994 Chrysler LHS [boxersatheart]
Oct 04, 2012 (9:55 pm)
Thanks for the input. I still havnt had a chance to do anything on it but I am gonna try a few suggestions I have got on here/yours bein 1 of them..I cant wait to get it road worthy again.
#1406 of 1408 radio and climate control
Feb 22, 2013 (3:49 pm)
95 LHS, digital on radio and climate control is intermittant. off or on digital will be either or for weeks, radio will still work but no digital, heater goes into a type of reserve mode when digital goes out, giving me defrost and low blower. wont let me freeze but whats the issue, thinking a short but theres alot of wiring in this and any other car.
#1407 of 1408 Re: radio and climate control [roguejester]
Feb 24, 2013 (9:34 am)
Hello, We have had two 94 LHS Sedans and both of them have had the heater issue. There is a block fuse on the back of the heater unit that could be the problem but, I went to a junk yard and replace our heater unit with a another unit from the lowest mileage car I could find in the yard. Here in Florida it cost me $13 for the replacement unit. The radio could be tied into the heater unit problems but, most likely it is the LED connections failing in the radio. In our first LHS, the radio worked fine but the digitals never worked. Hope this helps.
#1408 of 1408 Re: HELP Fuel Smell! 2001 Chrysler LHS [ljgale]
Mar 16, 2013 (5:51 am)
did you ever find an answer to this problem??? I unfortunately bought a used one and I would swear that I will pass out from the gas fume smell. Mine is intermittent also, but doesnt change once engine warms but does seems to be worse less fuel in tank. My husband has been under car and can find no fuel leek but the smell is horrible. I hope you can answer back with solution to this problem.