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  1. F-J-M: Volare, Diplomat, etc, 1977-89
    I bought this car in July from a lovely guy who took great care restoring all the usual bits of this car that go bad in time (new headliner, lights, clamps and hoses). It has just 23,000 miles on it, and I got a deal! The original, two-tone paintjob is well-preserved. It needs new tires, so...
  2. Repairs, Maintenance, Help
    I just bought a wonderful, low-mileage Fifth Avenue, but on the last 50 miles of an 800-mile voyage home, the 35-year-old AC compressor seized. It blew ICE COLD but probably just sat too long and wasn't ready for a 12-hour drive. The car has a good battery, and I managed to get home without...
  3. EEK! - Every Extended-K Car
    I have a 10 of 1992 Fifth Avenue 3.3L V6 with 172,000 miles. Was been sitting for about 10 yrs, had a rebuilt transmission installed and I was told it would not engage in to any gear once it was all said and done. Curious if anyone might need or be interested in the motor and or transmission?
  4. Repairs, Maintenance, Help
    Can someone inform me how to hook up the power antenna from a 89 Fifth Avenue on the bench to test it, I have three power wires two in one plug and one single. I assume the single one is the ground and the other two are to reverse polarity, but I'm not sure.
  5. F-J-M: Volare, Diplomat, etc, 1977-89
    235/75/15s - too big for an 89 fifth? Comment please-my friend has a nice set of toyo white walls for sale cheap!
  6. Repairs, Maintenance, Help
    Does anyone know about what McGard tubular wrench key is used for locking wire spoke hubcaps used on 1992 Chrysler New Yorker Fifth Ave. or Imperial? I think the key is color coded by a label on the wrench. It has a special nut configuration to adapt to the nut holding the hubcap on, to...
  7. EEK! - Every Extended-K Car
    Note: I'm using my '92 as the example for this, but the big thing is to use a dash that matches the year of your car. Step one is to get the wiring diagrams. The one for my car is here:
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