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Chrysler LHS Cooling System
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Chrysler LHS Emission System
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Chrysler LHS Ignition System
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Chrysler LHS Lighting & Lamps
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Chrysler LHS Suspension & Steering
Chrysler LHS Transmission & Drivetrain
Chrysler LHS Turbos, Nitrous, & Superchargers
Chrysler LHS Wheels and Tires
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The LHS was a fullsize luxury car made by Chrysler from 199 4 until 2001, with no model produced in 1998. It was a 4 door sedan with front wheel drive, based on the LH platform.
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Seen as a replacement for the Imperial, the LHS had a 3.5 L V6 engine that provided ample-enough power to make this big car move rather fast. It offered more than enough passenger space for most buyers, letting it compete with minivans for some family buyers. It did not have all the luxury options of the New Yorker, which was a very similar but smaller car at the time. The New Yorker was eventually replaced with the Concorde, which appeared to the untrained eye to be almost the same car as the first generation LHS. In 1999 the second generation came out, and it lasted only 3 years. It was replaced by the Concorde Limited. This was obviously very confusing for the average car buyer. Eventually the 300 would essentially replace all of them. If you are looking to buy one, you can check your local newspaper, but you'll probably have better luck doing a search on eBay. You can find them for $2,000 - $3,000 cheaper on there, and you can also find parts and other accessories.
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