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The air bag light is on, and the horn as well as the cruise control do not work.The clock spring in the steering wheel is defective.Plymouth Voyager 3.0
The car would not start with cold weather of less than 50°F (10°C). During the summer it would start right up, but as the temperature falls, the harder it is to start. Disconnecting the MAP sensor does not make a difference. When trying to start, the car cranks and starts to fire up then cranks again. Sometimes it takes 4 or more times of trying.The coolant temperature sensor is responsable for the cold starts. But it is not the one for the gauge respectively the warning light on the dash, the car has a separate sensor for the computer.Plymouth Acclaim 3.0
After driving for about 45 minutes, the car suddenly starts to sputter and stalls. If letting it sit for about a minute, it will go again for about a mile. The longer it sits, the longer it will run thereafter.The problem might be the fuel pump, the ignition switch, or the main engine control unit processor, which is located near the battery.Plymouth Acclaim 2.5
If felt like the car popped in Neutral, but actually it was in drive. After having stopped none of the gears worked, when pressing the gas, the engine only reved up. There were no strange noises or alike.Check if one or both shaft drives might have slipped out of the transmission.Plymouth Laser 2.0 16V
The fuel consumption suddenly rose to about twice as much. There is a sensible power loss when pulling off from a stop, but apart from that it runs well.Check the catalytic converter, to see that it is not plugged or restricted. Have the computer controlled engine management system be scanned for error codes.Plymouth Neon
The car shows the codes 51 and 52. The oxygen sensor was replaced, the vacuum hoses checked and the engine tuned up on it. When disconnecting the battery, the codes vanish, but next day show up again.Replace the coolant temperature sensor.Plymouth Reliant 2.5
The car recently broke down and would only run again when spraying carburetor cleaner into the intake manifold. The fuel pump, the fuel filter and the relay were replaced, all 6 injectors tuned up, as well as the distributor and the computer. The MAP sensor was replaced by a garage. Then it ran but had the codes 12 and 14. Now it broke down again and only would fire up with the MAP Sensor disconnected.Check the vacuum hoses, especially the one to the MAP sensor. Furthermore check the wiring harnesses for resistance or bad connections.Plymouth Voyager 3.0
While driving, the speedometer, tachometer and other gauges suddenly would start bouncing all over the scale and the electric door locks would pop up and down. It happens intermittently but frequently.Check the body control module. Then check for loose or poor ground connections. Check the main power distribution box.Plymouth Voyager