This is a big job. I suggest getting a manual on your car from AUTOBOOKSONLINE.COM.
From the screw tabs across is just under 6.5". I bought 5.25" and the fit (1992 plymouth acclaim) except the screw tabs are too short
CarsDirect says P185/70SR14
It is inside the fuel tank.
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.
It should have top posts.
The oil filter is on the lower front of the engine.
Under the flux capacitor
No crank sensor. Only has the distributor pick up plate.
may be the ignition coil! happened to me, otherwise check battery of course. or wires.
It has four cv joints, two in each front axle shaft.
Clogged fuel filter, or weak fuel pump.
Could be clogged injectors. Run a pint of Sea Foam in the gasoline. No guaranty's but it has worked for me.
on my '91 with tilt steering the ignition switch is located underneath the key, inside the steering column only three screws hold it on, but alotta torx hold that cover on.....have fun
4 cyl -650 6 cyl-950 if heads are ok
Look at my answer for the location of the fuel pump fuse for the '93 Acclaim. Might help you. I found the relay.
Your problem is prob the starter, if you hear grinding it def is, Tho if starter is good could be ignition relay
There are two (2) horns behind front bumper. I believe that right side is high tone and left side is low tone.
I have a 1992 acclaim, the speed sensor is located on the right hand (passenger) axle. Look on the back side of the axle,about 6 " down from the transmission, you see a lump on the housing, with 2 or3 wires leaving the top.
Remove upper upper mounting bolt and nut. Raise and support front of vehicle. Remove lower mounting bolt and remove starter.
Check the fuel pump relay.
It is much easier to reach them if you remove the air filter box itself. They are basically opposite the front ones.
The diagram o the fuse box is located inside the car near the hood latch. Lift the cover which is held on with velcro and the diagram is inside the panel of the door.
Remove fuel filler cap - turn on ignition and listen for "hum" Check fuel pressure - with key on engine off should read 23-31 psi.