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  1. Well I am still looking for a computer for my TC. The guy at Arizona Parts is on a very extended vacation. Does anyone else know of any places where I might be able to locate a computer? Thanks in advance for your time and help. Craig Murphy
  2. Oops. The shop number is 830-629-0278. Craig Murphy
  3. Well I have been busy with life as usual. I have not yet ordered the computer that I found. Do you think I should order it, or should I go ahead and have the mechanic check the timing and adjust per your suggestion? Thanks, Craig Murphy, By the way, my phone number is 830-481-4441 (cell) or work is 830-481-4441. Just in case you want to call.
  4. Mr. Hemi-Dude; sorry if I was being so vague or was giving so much incomplete information. I live in New Braunfels, Texas, which is about 30 miles north of San Antonio. I bought the car several years ago. I was going to fix it up and kind of drive it around, but decided to sell it after about a year or two. I have a used car dealers license and I sold it to a customer, who ran it into the ground. One day he just left it in the driveway after missing 3 or 4 payments. I also own a specialty garage, called Garland Transmissions. We got a little slow earlier this year and I got this car
  5. The first head was definitely cracked. They showed me the head. The first head had less than 50 miles on it when the car overheated. I never saw the gauge get hot. In fact after they installed the second head, they installed another temperature gauge just under the dash. It reads very different than the original gauge. That is why they started to replace temperature sensors. Craig Murphy
  6. Yes the water pump was replaced both times. The mechanic is pretty experienced.
  7. The problem is that the car is running poorly. Also hard to start. The mechanic says this has to be fixed because the computer thinks the temperature is too high. They replaced the head and the car still overheated. We had to replace the head a second time and that is when we started encountering all of these issues. Craig Murphy
  8. They scanned the vehicle and they said the temperature sensor is registering 274 degrees as soon as they start the car. They have replace the sensor twice. They tell me they have checked all the wires and they believe it is the computer. Craig
  9. Hello, I have not been on this forum for several years. I have a 1989 Chrysler Tc 2.2L Turbo with a three speed automatic transmission. I sold my TC and it came back ruined (head gasket). I had the head replaced, twice. Now they are telling me that I need a new computer. Does anyone know where I might be able to locate a replacement computer? Thanks in advance for your time and help. Craig Murphy
  10. I have a TC that I would like to sell to someone that will give it some TLC. The car has 66,200 miles on it. I actually sold it last year and the guy was making payments. He put almost 20,000 miles on it and decided he did not want it! He also put a dent on the hood. He said he had a diabetic coma and passed out and hit a sign that fell on the hood and dented and scratched the top of the hood! I believe the car to be in good mechanical condition. When I sold it, it had the little tool kit untouched, but it looks like a couple of the tools are now missing. The timing belt and water pu
  11. Someone noticed that I had not posted a price so I am repeating ad. For details see prior ad where I posted under 89 Red TC for sale very reasonable. Thanks, Craig Murphy 830-629-0278 (w) 830-481-4441 © email: cmurphynb@aol.com Located in New Braunfels, Texas 78130 (just north of San Antonio) <TABLE id=post857317 class=tborder2 border=0 cellSpacing=1 cellPadding=6 width="100%" align=center><TBODY><TR vAlign=top><TD id=td_post_857317 class=alt3>I have a 1989 TC that I would like to sell. It is in decent shape. I replaced the radio about a year or longer ago, but the "n
  12. I have a 1989 TC that I would like to sell. It is in decent shape. I replaced the radio about a year or longer ago, but the "new" radio quit working. I could get it fixed for about $250.00 but since I never drive the vehicle I would sell it as is. It has 45,411 miles on the odometer, but I don't believe that is accurate. The odometer was not working when I bought the car but I fixed it. I also replaced the front axles. I replaced the brakes. I had a new exhaust installed in the car and it runs pretty good. I have hardly driven the car for the last couple of years. Maybe 100 miles.
  13. About 2 or three years ago I went to a web site that I had in my favorites, named TC Projects. It not only gave detailed instructions for working on your car but also showed pictures with detailed steps. But now the link does not work. Does anyone know if that site still exists or does anyone know of a similar site that gives that kind of instruction? Thanks in advance for any help. Craig Murphy cmurphynb@aol.com 830-481-4441 (cell) New Braunfels, Texas
  14. Hello Group; I have not even visited here in almost a year. I have decided to sell my 1989 Chrysler TC. I bought it from a guy in California "about" three years ago. I have found that I rarely if ever drive it. The issues with it are: 1) the radio is not working, this is probably why I am selling it. I replaced it once about a year and a half ago, hardly every used it and it went out again. (grrrrrr) 2) the windshield washer does not work, I could probably fix but since I hardly ever drive it.... 3) I tore a small hole in the passenger side door when I replaced the power seat controls
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