First: learn to spell Second: ask again
that depends on your area, the condition of the vehicle and how you go about selling it. I bought a used Plymouth voyager in Reno, NV in 2009 for $500 from a private seller, but it runs very well for its age and could fetch $1000 if I wanted to sell it again in my area. Check the Kelly Blue Book on paper or online (kbb.com) for an estimation.
still havent figured out the chugging but the instrument panel issue can be fixed by reheating all of the solder points on the back of the cluster again.
If the clock/radio is anything like the one on the '93 Plymouth Voyager, here is how you set the clock: First turn on the radio, then press the set button. When it shows the "P" hit the select button, and it should change to just hours. Turn the Tuner knob to forward or back to set the time you want. Hit the Select button again to go to minutes, and do the same thing with the Tuner knob. Hitting the select button a third time will save the clock settings. ..
As soon as the weather is good again..
As Plymouth no longer exists, the logical answer would be no. However, currently there is rumor that the Challenger will be redesigned in 2015 and renamed Barracuda as an SRT model.
Check the Idle Air Control module. Had the exact same problem for years and NO ONE could figure it out. Finally got this hint off another board, $15 dollars and a few screws later it has never happened again.
hmmm.. how bout you check the weather channel ok? you got wiggled again
Humid, on again off again weather. It could even be hot here! BDA is great for vacation... NOT living :( Hate it here.
If one is looking for Plymouth UK, one can find many local features, for example places to visit or stay. If one is looking for Plymouth Minnesota, then again, there is also many local features for viewing.
When you look at your weather instruments and the radar. You and the meteorologists can get a general idea of what the weather is going to be like. Then again, they can be wrong, forcasts do change though.
the weather will slowly become warm in spring and more and more hot as it comes closer to summer.