20 Most Recent 1994 Plymouth Acclaim - Page 3 Questions & Answers


Have the tires checked for separated cord inside the tire and the front end inspected and the wheels checked for damage.

1994 Plymouth... | Answered on Oct 20, 2012


you need to remove valve covers and curtain have to remove the upper timing belt cover camchaft and rocker arms.you need a valve spring depresser tool.

1994 Plymouth... | Answered on Oct 02, 2012


some have a set nut that breaks loose or may be striped...might try little bigger bolt....

1994 Plymouth... | Answered on Aug 22, 2012


There could be a lack of lube on the underneath slides. I would recommend white lithium. Also I would lube the latch and any features underneath that may be preventing the seat from unlocking in the slides. You may need a mirror to get underneath. Sometimes I've removed a seat with the 4 bolts that usually attach it to the floor to be able to get a good look at it.

1994 Plymouth... | Answered on Aug 02, 2012


sounds like the timing belt broke. if it is an interference engine, it may now need a cylinder head.

1994 Plymouth... | Answered on Jun 30, 2012


If you hear the valves, usually they are worn out and/or not getting enough oil. They are self-adjusting so they are supposed to stay in place. The valve train is the last thing in the engine to get oil from the pump.

1994 Plymouth... | Answered on Jun 26, 2012


it could be a multitude of things from bad starter, loose or corroded cables,faulty cells,very dirty injectors, etc. You really need a mechanic to look at it or you could be throwing cash at non existent problems and completely missing the real one. Sorry.

1994 Plymouth... | Answered on Apr 13, 2012


1994 ok I would start be checking the fuel pressure, if the fressure is fine then I would check to see if the timing is right.

1994 Plymouth... | Answered on Feb 28, 2012


Our Chrysler product owners manuals only go back to 2004 model year and up. The diagrams are in the owners manual. You can probably find a used manual on eBay, about $10-$15

1994 Plymouth... | Answered on Feb 01, 2012


# 1 cylinder at TDC. Crank sprocket and intermediate shaft mark align, crank at top, intermediate at bottom. Camshaft hole at 12 oclockmotor1258_34.jpgmotor1258_33.jpg

1994 Plymouth... | Answered on Sep 23, 2011


Try removing the idle air control motor (IAC, or AIS ) Automatic idle speed motor, same thing.Spray the pintle (pointed part) and port it was removed from with throttle body spray cleaner until clean and re-install and try it. Don't push or pull on shaft or pintle, just clean it and re-install as it was. If it works for a while then starts to do it again, replace it.

1994 Plymouth... | Answered on Sep 03, 2011


Under the dash on the passenger side. It has two wires connected to it and looks like a cylinder about 3" in diameter.

1994 Plymouth... | Answered on Sep 01, 2011


check all of the electrical connections on the engine, and the vacuum hoses.

1994 Plymouth... | Answered on Jul 07, 2011


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Starter relay switch control the starting solenoid. The starter relay provides power to the starter when the key switch is turned to "Start." The starter relay acts like an electrical switch routing battery voltage to the starter when it receives a signal from the key switch.
Test the starter relay switch by following the procedure below:

1 Inspect the battery and starter terminals. Verify that they are free of corrosion, oil dirt and debris. Before cleaning corroded terminals, disconnect the minus batter cable and place it off to the side. Disconnect the positive battery cable and place the cable off to the side. Make sure the cables will not accidently touch the battery terminals. Clean corroded terminals with baking soda, water and a wire brush. If required, clean the starter terminals. Leave the battery cables disconnected.

2 Follow the wires from the starter solenoid to the starting relay. There are four terminals on the relay. The two smaller wires come from the key switch circuit and are used to turn the relay "On." The two larger wires route battery voltage from the battery to the starter. Mark the two smaller wires so they can be reconnected properly and then remove the wires from the starter relay. Use a jumper wire and connect one end to chassis ground. Connect the other end to terminal 86.

3 Connect a jumper wire to the positive battery post. Since the battery connection to the starter has been disconnected, it is okay to leave the jumper wire connected for a short time. Use a digital voltmeter to measure the resistance between terminals 30 and 87. The resistance should be less than one ohm. If the resistance is greater than one ohm, the relay is not working properly. Replace the relay.

4 Reconnect the battery and key switch connections to the relay. Reconnect the positive battery
cable. Once it is secure on the battery post, reconnect the negative battery cable.

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1994 Plymouth... | Answered on Jun 02, 2011

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