Chrysler LHS owners have reported 7 problems related to fuel injection rail (under the gasoline fuel system category). The most recently reported issues are listed below.
I had the check engine light come on. I checked it on a computer and it said misfire on cylinder one. It was running very rough and a family friend is a service manager for a Chrysler dealership on the mainland, I live in hawaii. He said that it sounds like it very likely could be related to recall # 98v184000. I took it into, cutter Dodge Chrysler Jeep in pearl city hawaii, in hopes that they would be able to take care of the recall. A few days later they told me there was a problem with the wires and spark plugs and to come and pick up my car. When I arrived at the dealership the car was not running, granted when I dropped it off it was running rough but it was running nevertheless. I had to have it towed off of the lot and when I took it back to my house I changed the spark plugs and wires. I still had a check engine light on, when I drove the car for a couple of days. I know that it may take a couple of trips to reset the computer. When the check engine light would not go off I wanted to check and see how the fuel injectors were. That is when I found that there was gas under the fuel rail, and the fuel rail has cracks around where the fuel injectors sit. I took the parts to the Chrysler dealership and they had the parts for a couple of weeks it went from the gentleman that I was working with in the service department to his manager to tom smith who ultimately said he would not help me with this recall. The fuel injectors are definitely leaking and there are cracks on the fuel rail.
See all problems of the 1997 Chrysler LHS.
: the contact stated while the heater was on, there was an odor of fuel. The vehicle was taken to the dealership, where it was determined the fuel rail cracked on the passenger side. There was a recall for the fuel injection system, #98v184000, performed on the vehicle in February 1999. The dealership determined the crack was not in the same location specified as the recall.
See all problems of the 1996 Chrysler LHS.
While driving 10 mph consumer was informed that vehicle was on fire. The consumer smelled fuel, and noticed smoke coming from underneath the hood. The consumer pulled over, and noticed that fluid was leaking from underneath the vehicle. The vehicle was towed to a dealer for inspection, and mechanic determined that the fuel rail o-rings needed to be replaced.
Consumer received a recall notice replacement fuel rail o ring to reinforce the fuel outlet rail. While driving consumer smelled a fuel odor coming inside from the vents. Consumer was able to pull over and noticed oil on top of the engine leaking underneath. Consumer drove the vehicle to the dealer for inspection, and mechanic informed consumer that this vehicle was not under a recall. A recall was done four years ago, and consumer had to pay for repairs.
On 15 Nov 2003, my 1996 Chrysler Lhs, VIN 2c3hc56f7th189561, started smelling of gas while I was waiting at an intersection. After driving to a nearby lot, I determined that fuel was leaking on top of the engine, around the fuel injector rails. Didn't want to drive it, so I parked it and called my auto service for a tow to a las vegas precision tune autocare that I've used for vehicle maintenance. They confirmed the fuel rail assembly was leaking and needed replaced. Injector base gasket, injector o-rings, plum gasket and injector rail assembly was replace for $540. 72 equipment, $337. 12 labor, shop supplies $34. 55, and tax $43. 14 for a total of $955. 54. Upon filing my maintenance records I found an earlier daimler Chrysler safety recall to replace fuel rail o-rings and reinforce the fuel outlet rail, recall 790. I had a virginia chrylser dealer accomplish the recall corrections on 23 April 99. Called the 1-800-992-1997 Chrysler customer service number to determine their assistance in reimbursement for the obvious failed recall repairs. Was told by the representative that since I had not taken it to a Chrysler dealer there was nothing they could do. Two issues: 1. The recall repairs obviously did not correct the problem, how many other Lhs's could be vulnerable for an engine fire? for safety I hope someone researches this and ensures corrective measures are taken before someone gets hurt. 2. I've got the paperwork, is Chrysler still not liable for the repairs of their poorly engineered fuel system, enough so that it could cause an auto fire or worst? thanks for your time, rick miller.
While driving they smelled gas fumes. When the consumer pulled over, noticed that there was fuel leaking out of where the fuel hose inserts into the fuel rail. The manufacturer has been contacted. This vehicle is experiencing problems associated with recall number 98v184000.
See all problems of the 1998 Chrysler LHS.
Petition for investigation of 1996 Chrysler Lhs defective fuel rails. Petition is to also investigate the abs and the frame construction/alignment. The vehilce's windshiled exploded on the driver's side below the windshield wipers. The vehicle's fuel rails leaked gasoline. The brake fluid in the master cylinder was contaminated.