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1995 Plymouth... | Answered on Aug 21, 2019


This is for a 3.3L motor
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REMOVAL

  1. Release hood latch and open hood.
Removal/Installation of Battery Cables 81929864

  1. Disconnect battery negative cable.
  2. Remove windshield wiper housing, refer to the Windshield Wipers and Washers for proper procedures.
  3. Remove accessory drive belt.
Generator Mounting Bracket 81929870

  1. Remove bolt holding top of generator mount bracket to engine air intake plenum.
  2. Remove bolts holding outside of generator mount bracket to generator mount plate.
  3. Remove bolt holding top of generator to mount bracket.
  4. Remove generator mount bracket from vehicle.
  5. Rotate generator toward rear dash panel.
Generator 81929868

  1. Disconnect the push-in field wire connector . from back of generator.
  2. Remove nut holding B+ wire terminal to back of generator.
  3. Separate B+ terminal from generator.
Generator Pivot Bolt 81929871

  1. Remove bolt holding bottom of generator to lower pivot bracket.
Generator 81929872

  1. Remove generator from vehicle
INSTALLATION

  1. Place generator in position on vehicle.
  2. Install bolt to hold bottom of generator to lower pivot bracket.
  3. Place B+ terminal in position on generator.
  4. Install nut to hold B+ wire terminal to back of generator.
  5. Connect the push-in field wire connector into back of generator.
  6. Rotate generator forward away from dash panel.
  7. Place generator mount bracket in position on vehicle.
  8. Install bolt to hold top of generator to mount bracket.
  9. Install bolts to hold outside of generator mount bracket to generator mount plate.
  10. Install bolt to hold top of generator mount bracket to engine air intake plenum.
  11. Install accessory drive belt.
  12. Install windshield wiper housing, refer to the Windshield Wipers and Washers for proper procedures.
  13. Connect battery negative cable.
  14. Verify generator charge rate.

2000 Plymouth... | Answered on Mar 14, 2019


Back to basics. You need spark, fuel, and compression (manifold vacuum). Before you replace any more parts, check to make sure that you have no stored codes. If your check engine light is on, retrieving the codes will point you in the right direction. If you have to, tow it down to your local Autozone. They will scan it for free! If the check engine light in not on, the problem is most likely the fuel system. So, locate the fuel pump relay under the hood next to the driver side front fender. Remove it and CAREFULLY remove the top by lifting the two clip tabs with a small screwdriver. reinsert the relay and crank the engine while observing the relay to verify that the relay pulls min. That is, that the contact moves. If it doesn't, check the fuse and the relay itself. (Swap the AC clutch relay, they're the same). If it does, try manually closing the relay with the key on while someone listens at the open fuel opening, (take the gas cap off first) If you don't hear the fuel pump running, it is probably the pump. Please note that I own a 97 voyager that is very hard to start, and I have often had to manually operate the fuel pump relay in order to prime the engine so that it will start. Hope this helps!

1996 Plymouth... | Answered on Feb 16, 2019


Regardless of what vehicle you have, brake fluid should be changed about every two years because it will and does absorb moisture from the atmosphere. Water or moisture in your brake fluid will turn to steam under pressure (heat) as in repeated braking, braking going downhill, etc. You can't compress the steam as well as you can brake fluid, so replace it and avoid potential brake failure. It's an easy enough job to do yourself with a brake fluid replacement kit. There are plenty of YouTube videos on how to do it. Be sure and get a Hanes, or other owner's manual, or check with your auto parts store to find out the ORDER in which you bleed each brake. Most cars start with the front lines, then work around, but check to be sure what the order is for your particular make. If it hasn't been changed in awhile it will be dark. Keep adding and bleeding until the fluid runs clear. Here's a good YouTube video on how to bleed your brakes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EkmKGptc4rM

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1998 Plymouth... | Answered on Jan 24, 2019


Need a screwdriver etc..lift hood and u see attachments or it may b in front..dontrush

1993 Plymouth... | Answered on Jun 30, 2018


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1997 Plymouth... | Answered on Mar 20, 2018


If the key was off, the relay shouldn't have been doing anything. You have to crank it to get the asd relay to do anything, there needs to be rpm signal.You should have checked voltage and ground circuits for the relay before changing? The computer controls the ground for the control side of relay. Maybe the ground is shorting or something going on with computer?
Any applicable trouble codes?
Check the cam and crank sensor signals. Just my opinion.

1998 Plymouth... | Answered on Mar 03, 2018


Fuel pump is damaged, just replace the fuel pump located in the gas tank with a new one

1998 Plymouth... | Answered on Feb 11, 2018


leaking fuel line or fuel tank., you will find it when you are under there or remove the access panennel from the top of the tank inside the back. can also be on the engine line ( this would be dangerous to keep running engine as can catch fire) fuel leaks you should not drive the vehicle.

1996 Plymouth... | Answered on Feb 04, 2018


Just because the lights go on does not always mean that the battery has enough power to engage the starter. The clicking noise could be the voltage regulator clicking. And since you disconnected the battery maybe there is not a great connection at the terminals. Were the terminals cleaned before the battery was reconnected?
Curious ... what was the cause of the check engine light going on?

1998 Plymouth... | Answered on Jan 20, 2018

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