Thursday, August 26, 2010

Does Chrysler take a lot of gas?

Question 1
Does Chrysler take a lot of gas?...  I am looking for a car and there's a good deal for Chrysler cruiser 2001. I don't know much about cars. Does Chrysler take a lot of gas? Thanks.

1)   Cruiser's especially. u only get lieka round 20 mph. I would go for a toyota or honda if u wanted gas efficent. - Ayush Parikh

2)   It's a 9 year old Chrysler so it's already living on borrowed time, I'd say gas mileage is a non-issue. - Atomic Duck

3)   They only take as much as the tank holds. My truck takes more, bigger tank! - straight-shooter

4)   I have a chrysler and it was sucking up a lot of gas, I had the gas filter changed now I don't have any problems at all. - Eddrinner

5)   No it doesn't but it depends on who gas you put in it. Cheap gas have more ethanol in it - paris69

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Question 2
where spark plugs go on 88 chrysler?...  I know on the cap driver side 1 3 5 7 passenger 2 4 6 8 So where do the lines go on the block ? The are no numbers on the block, so I don't know where to put the lines.

1)   inside the car, in the engine. - Kris

2)   same as the Chevy v8, 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2

Here is a diagram.. - MUSTANG_MIKE

3)   If you have the book that came with the car you can look in there. - paris69

4)   I think you mean spark plug wires. The firing order is on the intake manifold. near the distributor. The rotations on the distributor is clock wise.#1 is on the front of the cap toward the rad This will get complicated now. Look from the side of the car at the front of the engine. The closest cyl toward the rad is # 1spark plug on the left side. the next one is #3 then 5 then 7. The right side is 2,4,6,8 If it back fires up the carb you have them on wrong. - Donny

5)   Wire no.1 goes on the front driver's side. No. 2 goes on the front passenger's side. No.3 goes on the drivers side behind the no.1 No. 4 goes on the passengers side behind no. 2. Etc, etc. - Jackolantern

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Question 3
how can you tell which 99 sebring convertibles are stick shift?...  

1)   They are the ones with manual instead of automatic transmissions.

More information regarding the Chrysler Sebring convertible is in this U.S. News article, posted on Yahoo a few months ago: - Alice

2)   the one with a clutch is a stick shift. - Daniel C

3)   walk up to the window, put your hand around your eyes because the sun is really bright. Look in the center console to see if it has a stick shift or look at the driver's floor to see if it have a clutch *3 pedals* - Henry V

4)   The ones with the clutch pedal are stick shift. Very few manual shift convertibles were made. - C-Tech

5)   Chrysler doesn't make convertibles! After the car is built and ready for shipment another company buys it and transports it to their factory to cut off the top and replace it with a convertible one. Then Chrysler buys the car back and transports it to a dealer. The dealer, however, does warranty the top.
So the real question is; Did the company get an automatic or a standard shift to make a convertible out of ? You will just have to look to find out. - Jackolantern

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Question 4
Would buying a 2000 Chrysler 300 M with rebuilt tital, 108000 miles be too risky?...  thinking about buying a rebuilt Chrysler 300 M. The asking price is 2,900. IT has a rebuilt tital.The car
has 108,000 miles on it. Do you think this is too risky? I did test drive it, and it appears to run ok.
Thanks ----

1)   That is too much money for an 11 year old Chrysler with a salvage title. And for those of you that say it's only ten years, 2011's are hitting the streets now, so it can easily be 11.

If you are considering it have a mechanic check it over first, and then offer 2K tops (if it checks out) - PMack

2)   I would drive them down to 1000 dollar because if it was a salvage wreck it will eat up tires and it will not drive straight doors may not close all the way it may have been altered too much to be able to be repaired without a big bill. i wouldn't risk it unless you plan to part it out.

besides you can get a better car for that price.

keep in mind that the 300m was state of the art it has all the newest gadgets on it and fancy drivetrains buy one that hasen't been salvaged.

the only cars i would buy as a savage would be no more than 400 dollars - J.R.

3)   Have in check at a good repair shop. - Dan

4)   You should also consider that such a car may be expensive to insure. Check your insurance rates before buying one, for example here - - William

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Question 5
Do you a 1985 chrysler fifth avenue is a good car?...  im thinking bout buying this car from a old person he cannot no longer drive it it has 181,000 miles and there's nothing wrong with it except needs a ac repair

1)   This car was nothing but a headache when new. I doubt if it's gotten any better with age. And the AC will always need repair! - Jackolantern

2)   You should also consider that such a car may be expensive to insure. Check your insurance rates before buying one, for example here - - Antony

3)   yes, my grandfather had one. they're great cars. - william r

4)   mine was a good cad, although it didn't have that kind of mileage on it. - badbill1941

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