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Chrysler New Yorker

Chrysler New Yorker (1993 - 1996)

The Chrysler New Yorker 1993-1996 was the last generation of the division's long-running flagship New Yorker series. It was a four-door sedan based on Chrysler's LH platform. The engines were longitudinally mounted fuel-injected V6s, powering the New Yorker's four-speed automatic transmission. Power assisted brakes and steering were standard and the vehicle featured fully-independent front suspension and independent rear suspension. Standard servicing tasks include weekly engine oil level checks, three-monthly oil and filter changes, and six-monthly tire rotation. All the mechanical information you need to care for your vehicle can be found in Haynes' comprehensive range of repair manuals. The Chrysler New Yorker 1993-1999 repair manual features over 600 photo illustrations and is available in print and digital formats.

Choose the Haynes Manual that is right for you. Key features on your Chrysler New Yorker include:

Print book 1yr digital subscription
Maintenance simple weekly checks to keep you on the road
Servicing complete, fully illustrated step-by-step guide for over 200 jobs in every manual
Fault codes pinpoint specific problems easily
Fuel savings expert advice on maximising MPG
Electrical easy-to-read wiring diagrams
Haynes tips valuable short cuts to save you time, money and effort
All color photos and wiring diagrams which can be enlarged-
Easy search find the task you are looking for quickly-
Print-at-home take the sections you need to the workshop-