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You are in the Chrysler Cirrus
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Chrysler Cirrus, Sedan
#64 of 80 Re: 1995 chrysler cirrus [tgcleader]
Feb 09, 2010 (4:10 pm)
First the basics, when was the last time you changed the fuel filter? How about Spark plug wires and plugs? Which engine are you talking about? If the fuel filter, etc; is OK, then I would look at the cam sensor as that sensor is most likely at fault given the problem you describe. Generally, the sensor plays a larger role at 2000+ RPM. You don't say which engine, so I am assuming yours has one. Have you gotten a check engine light,as that would store a code to check too. HTH One guys opinion.
#65 of 80 Re: 1995 chrysler cirrus [tgcleader]
Feb 09, 2010 (5:33 pm)
Hello.. my car stopped stalling out until recently. It started it again. WOW we may need to check the crank sensor. what do you think? Other then that, the car seams to run great.
#66 of 80 Re: 1995 chrysler cirrus [atfdmike]
Feb 09, 2010 (5:34 pm)
no check engine light
#67 of 80 Re: Daughters first car [atfdmike]
Feb 09, 2010 (5:44 pm)
question, you stated you had to replace the fan control that blows the fan speed? Mine stopped working the other day and only works on high. How do you change that and how much roughly is the part?
#68 of 80 Re: Daughters first car [leitheiser]
Feb 09, 2010 (8:52 pm)
Hi, i have been a Chrysler mechanic for 15 years. You need a blower resistor which is located on the passenger side under the dash or behind the glove box depending on the year. Lust look for a plug with about 6 wires going to it, and it is held down by two 8mm bolts. simple repair.
#69 of 80 Re: Spark Plugs?? [dflahe]
Feb 21, 2010 (2:29 pm)
according to my son who changed his spark plugs,you do have to remove the valve cover assembly to get to all of the plugs
#70 of 80 cirrus brakes
Jun 27, 2010 (7:15 pm)
1996 Chrysler Cirrus. Today after driving downhill on a very steep mtn road for 30 minutes when I got to the bottom (with what I'm sure were very hot brakes) suddenly the brake pedal went to the floor with only little friction... good thing no one was around me! For the next few minutes this happened off and on multiple times. If I pumped when I felt it going to far it would then work. After about 5 minutes all was well again. I had to drive 150 more miles to get home but it was mostly freeways or mild hilly highways.
What happened? Did the abs kick in when it wasn't supposed to? What is the likely problem? Thanks much. Randy.
#71 of 80 Have a 98 Chrysler Cirrus that wont start
Oct 16, 2010 (11:56 am)
My car was recently a victim of complete stupidity and by that I mean someone failed horribly at stealing my car and they destroyed my ignition lock key cylinder I replaced it and car still refuses to start when I turn the key, accessories do not come on nothing..... its not the battery its something between the ignition cylinder and ignition switch...... anyone have any ideas?
#72 of 80 Re: Oil Pressure Light [mikey8302]
Mar 20, 2011 (12:09 pm)
I've just had the crank sensor and distributor replaced and my car is still doing what yours is doing (the car idles, it dies while slowing down and the oil pressure light will come on but go off after I pull over and restart the car). I took it back to Meineke yesterday and they said vacuum hoses were loose and that they fixed it. Car still did the same thing today. I'm taking it back to Meineke tomorrow. I wonder what they'll tell me this time.
Mar 29, 2011 (4:46 pm)
keeps throwing a code says cam position sensor, replaced distributor three times, same problems help any one have any ideas