First you have to jack the car up after loosening your lug nuts and then you remove the wheel. After you do this, you have to pull the brake drum off. Next, dis assemble the brakes then disconnect the brake line from the wheel cylinder. Then you remove the two bolts holding the wheel cylinder on and put the new one in. Re install the bolts, and brake line, put the brakes back on, put the drum back on and bleed the brakes. Put your wheel back on and drive away.
No. A 1991 Plymouth Acclaim does not have an interference engine.
Four cylinder it is on the back, under the manifolds. Six cylinder, it is on the front under the exhaust manifold.
Plymouth does not use inertia/reset switches
Inline 4 Cylinder 1-3-4-2 V-6 Cylinder 1-2-3-4-5-6
They are SAE
No it was had an AA body code.
no what dose acclaim mean not gas and stuff
My 1991 Plymouth Acclaim manual says mine is R12, but I can't say for the '92 It was built with R12, should be retrofitted to R134a.
10 amp... in socket # 20
Until you run out of gas...
4 1/2 with a new filter.
The lever you move to activate the turn signals is the multifunction switch.
Transmission fluid is added into the same spot that the dipstick is in.
Yes, the automatic transmission filter is located inside the transmission pan.
The timing belt on a 1991 Plymouth Acclaim is replaced by removing the engine accessories, removing the timing cover, and taking pressure off the idler pulley. The belt can then be slipped off the sprockets, a new belt put in place, and the tension restored.
On the firewall , driver side.
your fuel pump is located in the top rear of the fuel tank
That car does not use a maf sensor.
Trouble code 26 in a 1991 Plymouth Acclaim is >>> the Peak Injector circuit voltage has not been reached (need to check computer signals, voltage regulator injectors.) Note: check computer connections! For further ECU codes check out http://www.freeautomechanic.com/diagnostictroblecodes8.html (freeautomechanic.com)
Where the fuse box is, remove the panel and there should be a sticker on it, that shows what goes where, and what amp the fuse is.
The ECM on mine (2.5L of that year) is to the right side of the battery, up against the frame, integrated with the air intake.
Check the bulbs to see if they are shot. If that does not resolve the problem check the fuse. If that does not resolve the problem take it to a mechanical and have it checked for wiring problems.
The way i did it was accidentally putting it in neutral at a gas station and let it roll backwards with the door open.Ripped it right off...