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Introduced in 1994 and produced until 2001, the Chrysler LHS is a full-size luxury sedan renowned for its classic parts, refined handling, and comfortable interiors. Manufactured and marketed initially by Chrysler Corporation and later by Daimler Chrysler, the LHS, with its assembly operations centered in Brampton, Canada, served as the flagship model for the brand. As a four-door luxury sedan, it features a longitudinal front-engine and front-wheel-drive layout built on the Chrysler LH platform. Dimensionally, the first-generation LHS had a wheelbase of 113.0 inches, a length of 207.4 inches, a width of 74.3 inches, and a height of 55.7 inches, although these figures varied slightly over the production years. Known for its reliable performance, the LHS underwent substantial upgrades over its two generations. The first generation (1994-1997) housed a 3.5 L EGE 24-valve 214 hp V6 engine, symbolizing the peak of Chrysler's lineup at the time. The second generation (1999-2001) received an engine upgrade to a 3.5 L SOHC 24-valve V6, paired with a 4-speed 42LE automatic transmission. Modern features such as an in-dash four-disc CD changer and a modified rear suspension for reduced noise, vibration, and harshness were incorporated. With its unique styling, impressive power, and robust parts, the Chrysler LHS has left a significant imprint in the history of American sedans and continues to retain its competitiveness in the auto market.

Owners of Chrysler LHS models have faced two prominent issues: power window failure and transmission malfunction. The power window issue is multifaceted. In the case of a '97 model, the power windows abruptly stopped working, especially noticeable with the driver's side window left an inch down. Multiple attempts to address the situation using different fuses didn't resolve it, and soon after, the car's radio and horn also failed. Consulting with Chrysler Mechanic Chad led to a recommendation to inspect all fuses, paying close attention to circuit breaker number 22 in the junction block. Chad also underscored the importance of checking voltage and ohm readings on the wiring to pinpoint and remedy the problem. A separate instance involving a 1999 Chrysler LHS showcased similar window issues, with a hint from the seller pointing to a potential switch malfunction. This window exhibited a certain looseness, requiring manual intervention to operate and with no noise suggesting the cause. A possible solution emerged from CHRYSLER TECH, who suggested that the lift plates on the glass may have detached. The prescribed remedy involved removing the glass, heating any remnants of the lift plate, and fixing a new one, available for approximately $15. Subsequent advice from an experienced mechanic led to a straightforward test: if pressing the window switch and slamming the door moved the window, the motor was likely at fault. Acting on this revelation, the owner replaced the window regulator and motor, procured for $25, thereby resolving the window malfunction. On the transmission front, a 2000 Chrysler LHS model registered significant problems in 2005. While attempting to shift to the highest gear, the car's rpm skyrocketed, the speedometer failed to display speed, the overhead instrument panel became inoperative, and the malfunction indicator light stayed on. As a disturbing addition, during slow drives or stops, the oil light illuminated, resulting in a loss of power steering and the engine stalling, making the car unusable. The vehicle also exhibited secondary problems like loosening moldings around a door and a headlamp, as well as black trim discoloration, casting a shadow over Chrysler's product dependability and reliability.

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