Having problems with your 1988 Chrysler New Yorker ?

I just bought a 1988 new yorker and it has been sitting in the old guys drive way for 3 years it has 91000 miles on it said it ran perfect but he just parked it for a while and when he tried to start it up it wouldnt turn over, it sounds like it is ready to crank up and drive. Where do i start first?

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 21-09-2020

Answers :

You'll need to charge the battery. Change the oil & filter & try a can of Wynn's friction proofing for the oil also. This will help free up the rings & any other internal engine parts. You may want to change the fuel filter also as well as checking the air filter. Put a can of injector cleaner in the gas & make sure your engine coolant is full. After starting keep an eye on the oil & temperature guages until completely warmed up. Good luck!
I would spray WD 40 in to the air intake and see if it does start, if it does, then I would check the fuel system starting with the lines back to the pump.
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