Plymouth Sundance - Recent Questions, Troubleshooting & Support
My 94 Sundance heater/AC blower motor has quit.
The blower motor resistor is located in the same duct that the blower motor blows through. If you see the blower motor, within a foot of it is the resistor. The blower motor actually blows over the resistor to keep it cool. The blower motor is usually only in 1 of 2 different locations. On passenger side, access under the hood or under dash access behind glovebox. In both cases the resitor will be in the duct that the blower motor blows through.
on Aug 30, 2018
Vibration/ shaking at speeds above 90km/h
The problem will be some where between the road wheels and the suspension mounts on the chassis. Here's a check list to try.
-Wheel rims. Balanced doesn't mean straight.
-Loose wheel bolts.
-Brake discs for warping, Pads for wear and calipers for sticky pistons or loose fit
-Hubs and bearings for wear.
-Ball joints for wear.
-Suspension mounts, top and bottom.
-Suspension swing arms at both ends.
Do this for the front AND the rear of the car.
If none of these are the issue you might have to get the drive shafts and transmission checked.
on Mar 03, 2018
Sounds like one of your pulleys is bad. Alternator, water pump, don't know till you find it. You say you have more than one belt-try taking one off at a time, run engine for a couple of minutes and see if squealing goes away. Maybe you can isolate it that way.
If belts are off, you could spin each pulley by hand to see if you could catch the one that is bad. Any little wobble or play in any of the pulleys would be very suspect as the likely bad one.
on May 11, 2017
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