Plymouth (car)

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This category covers questions about Plymouth, an automobile marque of Chrysler Corporation and DaimlerChrysler. Plymouth was founded on July 7, 1928 and specialized in manufacturing and selling low-priced entry vehicles. Plymouth was removed from the market by Chrysler Corporation on June 29, 2001 and had its models either discontinued or rebranded as Chrysler.
how much is a new computer or pcm for a 2000 Plymouth breeze
If your car came equipped with 16" wheels they will fit, but the speedometer, & odometer will be off. The correct size tire for this vehicle is 205/55-16. That is what I would install.
It did not have any grease zerks from the factory.
Approx 300 miles in Highway and like 260 on city depending on the circumstances per tank or 19 to 17 mph respectively.
It is in the exhaust manifold on the back of the engine.
Plymouth does not use inertia/reset switches.
Plymouth does not use inertia/reset switches. The fuel system is computer controlled with relays.
my 6 bolt is 4321 with the 1 being on the drivers side.
It is inside the front of the engine, on the nose of the crankshaft.
Answer . \nhttp://www.allpar.com/fix/80s-codes.html\n. \nAccording to my book Code 32 denotes a fualt with the EGR solenoid circuit.
Making an engine that runs on water has been a dream for a longtime. However, steam engines use water in a different way forpower. A water powered car is probably far in the future.
First remove the tranny and flywheel. Then remove the old seal and put the new one in. Then put everything else back on.
Answer . \nYou can find wiring diagrams for this vehicle at www.autozone.com.
Answer . \nI HAVE A SHOP MANUAL FOR A 1992 VOYAGER.....IF YOU NEED,,,,I CAN LOOK UP\nTHE INFO YOU NEED.....JTUPKO@SNET.NET
Remove the center bolt for the C/V joint... remove rotor and brake caliper, there is 4 bolts that holds it on, remove the bolts and it will come off and install in reverse order. ============================================================== This isn't true for say, a 1989 Acclaim which has the...
It's under the hood.Lift ur hood,stand at the front of the passanger side and look straight down.It has a ball shaped top..unlike a curl or loop..so,many people can't tell that it's a dip stick.
5; 6 5 pins on DIN, and 6 on a PS/2. (pg. 312) I found it 5 or 6 too, but it was on page 364 of A+ Comp TIA
bad transmission, sorry buddy. may be able to rebuild, probably need a whole new one.
If the engine is the same the answer is most likely yes. Run the 2 VIN codes at carfax.com and if the engines match....you have a winner.
check to see if there was a recall. I have a 1996 Plymouth grand voyager and the garage replaced mine free of charge.
under left side fender in engine compartment will be 3 or 4 square relays there one is fuel pump relay. check manual to see which one
V6, in front if engine. 4 cyl, behind oil pan
Answer . \nThe thermostat is on the top side of the engine. Follow the hose from the radiator to where it goes connects to the engine. The housing may have the coil bolted on to the outside, depending upon the model. On the top side of the housing is an Allen screw, which should help identify it,...
It is above the inboard side of the fuel tank.
This could be the dummy lights that come on when you start the car, but if it stays on, your engine could just need some oil or you may be on a steep hill.. Low oil pressure due to low oil level in the engine; very THIN oil; meaning the wrong oil is in the engine.
Answer . \nTo replace the fuel pump on a "92" Voyager:\n1. Loosen and remove both retaining straps that hold the gas tank in place and drop the gas tank down (it is not necessary to completely remove the tank just let it down enough to have ample room to work on the top of the tank).\n. \n2....
If you are certain the fuel pump is clogged, it would be best to change the fuel pump. Either way you have to drop the fuel tank and remove the pump. I'm not to sure if you can even buy the screen and parts seperatly. You may have to buy a new one. Have you changed the fuel filter? It may not even...
Answer . \nThis is a transmission problem indiginous to certain Chrysler models with the 3.0 and 3.3 litre engines. The transmission will need to be opened and worked on. This problem cost me 2300 us dollars about 4 years ago.
Assuming that you mean "wiper blade" (blade and frame) which are replaced often rather than "wiper arm" (piece from the spindle at the hood to the wiper blade) which are rarely ever replaced, the 1978 Plymouth Trailduster has the most common hook-end wiper arms. See Sources and Related Links below...
because the road is bumpy and you got to learn how to ride. could also be mud inside your rims or a wheel unbalanced or both .If you are Breaking, its warped disks luv. cool 250 plus, but important
You need to locate the heater core under the dash. Find the bolts that secure it to the firewall and remove them. Take off all wires that go to the blower motor. Under the hood you need to take off the hoses that run to the core through the firewall. Then you should be good to go.
Yes. The 3.0 was made by Mitsubishi which uses a timing BELT and zero clearances in order to get the most cylinder volume. However, why they would use a belt (that could break easily) versus a chain, is beyond my engineering understanding.
You need a 1 1/8 " spec. socket from the parts store (oil pressure sending unit socket, a regular deep well will damage the unit.) Most suppliers ship the unit with oil resistant Teflon tape on the threads. The unit is located on the middle of the block on the firewall side and is difficult but not...
The complete system 8 ounces...... Just the a/c compressor, 4 ounces...
Try eBay! Just search for "1992 Plymouth Voyager manual", and check the listings for one that includes the Infinity supplement.\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nIf the radio is an OE radio, then the information is listed in the owner's manual. Don't have one, get one. Contact your dealer or a salvage yard...
Answer . You should only have a 2-digit code. Here is a link to the entire list: \nA "41" indicates "charging system excess or no field circuit." Good luck..
Pull out the old one...remember how you did such.. Put in the new one in reverse order.
I changed mine by removing the battery. Then you can get your sockets and wrench into this space and take out the two bolts holding it on.
Rule of thumb is every 60,000 miles The real answer for these engines is 105k miles. This answer has been fully researched and is given with a 100 percent confidence rating.
The firing order is ( 1 - 8 - 4 - 3 - 6 - 5 - 7 - 2 ) The distributor rotor turns CLOCKWISE The marked # 1 position on the distributor cap faces to the FRONT / CENTER The engine cylinder / spark plug locations are numbered : firewall 8 - 7 6 - 5 4 - 3 2 - 1 front
By the oil filter, there should be an oddly rounded shaped thing that is screwed into a piece of metal. It will be pointing straight down.It will have 1 wire from it.
Yes, have a compression test run on the engine. Any good mechanic will be able through a few other tests, be able to determine if it is blown. Answer Also, you can use a test kit the has chemicals which react to the presence of combustion byproducts in the cooling system. (Blue liquid turns...
I figured it out myself.\n\nYou have to unbolt one side of the power steering pump, take the belt off that goes from there to the crankshaft pulley, then put your alternator belt on - going to the opposite side of the power steering pump. Tighten up the alternator by (of course) loosening the nut...
It was not up to late 90s style. Don't know about newer styles.
Remove the door panel and check for power and ground at the motor connector. If you have both power and ground the motor has failed.
The OBDI connector is under the hood on the driver side inner fender. It is a squarish black plug coming out of the wiring harness.
It is under the hood, in the box at the front driver side.
A/C cutout relay circuit. A list of codes for a 1994 can be found in the related linkbelow.
If you look under the glove compartment, you will see that there is a plastic gear. It might have a broken tooth or teeth. Replacong the gear usually solve the problem. It also help if you find out why it got broken. Maybe the driven element is froze.
it is just to the right of the emergency brake pedal ,on theupper left side of the firewall.. there is a row of fuses on the bottom of what they call the "junction block", then 3 rows of relays above them...it is on the top right corner and it is a 9 pronger.. hope this helps...
My 97 Voyager has done the same thing. It was control panel programing, the following instructions is how to program your control panel: 1) SET BLOWER ON HIGH 2) SET MODE TO PANEL 3) SET TEMP TO COLD 4) PRESS WASH AND REAR WIPER TOGATHER AND HOLD FOR 5 SEC. IT WILL GO THROUGH A SERIES OF FLASHING,...
This worked on a 1991 Plymouth Voyager SE with AM/FM stereo (no cassette or cd, etc.). 1. Turn the radio on, a station frequency should be displayed. 2. Press the SEL button once to display the time. If the time is already displayed, you can skip this step. 3. Press the SET button once, the...
remove the 4 screws that hold the grill in place... remove the front grill...you now have access to the hood release mechanism, the hood can then be opened by prying the notch with a screwdriver. After that you can replace/repair whatever's needed
Answer . \nSolnoid switch valve stuck in L/R position
go to manheimgold.com and look it up.
Not so fast. If the old engine was a slant 6, you will need to change the k-member. Depending on the year of the 340, you may need to get the correct flywheel or torque converter because some of these were externally balance. Early 340's were a forge crank and the later ones were a cast crank. ....
Fluid Type: Mopar ATF plus 3 or ATF plus 3 Type 7176 Capacity: 31TH/Over haul fill - 8.5 Qts 41TH/Over haul fill - 9.1 Qts Multiply capacities by 0.946 for conversion to liters.
there is a serial # on the side of the tranny that when decoded will tell you all the info.
Answer . \nI went to the wrecking yard to answer this question. The starter is on the front of the engine below the last spark plug on the left side. You can see it from below. The motor mount may be in the way. I am still trying to find out how many bolts there are.