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Introduced in 1984, the Chrysler Laser was the brand's first foray into the sports car market. Positioned as an executive personal luxury coupe, it was a rebadged variant of the Dodge Daytona and was available in two trim levels initially: the standard model and the more advanced XE. In 1985, the high-end XT trim was introduced. Distinguished by its large rear hatchback, deck-lid spoiler, and distinctive black hood louvers in its turbo version, the Laser offered options for Mark Cross leather seats and a six-way power system. The XE and XT models were equipped with standard 2.2L Turbo I engines, which delivered an increased power output of 146 horsepower from 1985 onwards, while the base model offered this engine as an optional extra. In 1986, the Laser was replaced by the Mitsubishi-built, rear-wheel-drive Chrysler Conquest, designed to compete with the Toyota Celica Supra. The same year also saw the redesign of the Chrysler LeBaron coupe, negating the company's need for the Laser. Nevertheless, the model saw a revival in 1990 under the Plymouth brand, manufactured by Diamond Star Motors, a joint venture between Chrysler and Mitsubishi. With a comprehensive five-year or 50,000-mile warranty, including outer body rust-through protection, based on the United States Automobile Club tests, the Chrysler Laser offered buyers assurance in their investment.

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Chrysler Laser Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How to Remove and Install a Pressure Regulator?
    A: To remove the pressure regulator, start by removing the air cleaner assembly. Then, release the fuel system pressure and disconnect the negative cable at the battery. On certain models, remove the fuel inlet chamber and vacuum tube from the regulator and throttle body. Wrap a cloth around the fuel inlet chamber to catch any residual fuel, and carefully withdraw the pressure regulator from the throttle body. Remove the O-ring and gasket. To install the pressure regulator, place a new gasket and O-ring, and on specific models, install the regulator onto the throttle body with retaining screws. Install the vacuum tube and fuel inlet chamber if applicable. Finally, connect the negative battery cable and reinstall the air cleaner assembly.
  • Q: How Should Drivebelts Be Inspected and Replaced?
    A: The drivebelts should be inspected periodically for wear, cuts, and contamination by oil, gasoline, or coolant, as well as for signs of glazing, indicating improper adjustment. To replace a drivebelt, loosen the bolts and push the pivoting component away from the belt until it can be removed. Do not pry on the pulley as it might damage the new belt. Install and adjust it if needed.