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check trans fluid level, will it go in reverse?

1999 Plymouth... | Answered on Dec 23, 2019

Mineral and vegetable oil brake fluids became obsolete many years ago apart from a very few exceptions and these were replaced by a universal glycol based type which is virtually the only type available from the majority of retailers.

Early glycol fluids had a relatively low boiling point and have been replaced by types with higher boiling points so currently there is generally two types available - in Europe these are DOT 4 and Dot 5.
DOT 4 is suitable for all clutch and brake systems (apart from a few exceptions) of low and medium performance vehicles and DOT 5 for the braking systems of high performance vehicles. Most people most of the time find DOT 4 a better all-round fluid and because the information surrounding DOT 5 (and 5.1) tends to be vague and suggests at least some are silicone based which can be harmful to some hydraulic seals.

The main problem with glycol based fluids is many braking hydraulic systems are vented to atmosphere and the fluid is hygroscopic and absorbs atmospheric moisture which lowers the boiling point. This is why a brake fluid change is part of the modern service and maintenance schedule.

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

This can be caused by the flexing of the calipers. You might try cleaning and greasing the glide pins.

Plymouth Voyager... | Answered on Mar 31, 2019

You need to by pas the relay

Plymouth Voyager... | Answered on Mar 01, 2019

Might be corroded contact points where the ignition wires plug into the distributor or connect to the spark plugs. Could also be moisture or corrosion inside the distributor itself.

1984 Plymouth... | Answered on Jan 22, 2019

after 3yrs the back latch is broke and I hardly used it and GM wants $280 to fix it that is an $80 part the rest labour and Tax what a rip off

Plymouth Voyager... | Answered on May 08, 2018

Can you provide a bit of history on what occurred prior to the light coming on? Did you get your brakes replaced recently? Have you had any other work done on the vehicle, especially any electrical work? Have you had any other dash lights/gauge problems, particularly intermittent operation? Is there any specific event you think might have caused this to occur? Any further info would be of significant help in determining the problem. Thanks.

1998 Plymouth... | Answered on May 07, 2018

need to test float mechanism in the tank .Sorry this is not a answer you want like fit a new fuse number whatever ? on top of the tank under the back seat is access to the unit ,use a multimeter :

Plymouth Voyager... | Answered on Apr 08, 2018

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