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EEKs are those everyday, durable, interchangeable cars produced by Chrysler throughout the 1980s and 90s, the mainstay of their existence, the pride of Lee Iaccoca - any car based on the K platform, loosely interpreted to include the various extensions of the K - such as the Daytona, early Caravan/Voyager, Spirit, etc. (A full list is further down on this page).
Technically, the only K-cars were the Reliant, Aries, Limo, Executive, and LeBaron; but a wider group of cars with similar architectures and dimensions are lumped together as EEKs, and the public tends to refer to them as “K-cars.”
The EEK group has an active EEK! forum. The edited and organized EEK articles and mailing list archives now contain:
Instrument cluster failure: Joseph Kan wrote, "After checking fuses, I removed the IOD fuse from the fuse
box under the hood (to remove
power from the components that stay on when the key is removed, and to reset these components). I waited twenty minutes and replaced the
fuse. When I tried the ignition, everything worked!" (At a $500 savings over the dealer estimate) - confirmed by Fritz and Laurelyn Schrom (also saving $500) and by Gary A.
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This list serves those who have every extended K-based car from Chrysler Corporation - every front wheel drive Chrysler, Plymouth, and Dodge car made from the 1980s through 1995 with the exception of the LH series, L series, Cloud Cars, Neon, and imports. (First-generation minivans also qualify).