The ignition cylinder will run you about 20$ and it is fairly easy to change you can change it yourself buy the chilton book (it will help later) and it will be cheaper than paying for labor although the entire replacement will take less than 30 min
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That can be caused by a number of things. It could be a bad engine coolant thermostat. It could be low engine coolant due to a leak. It could be a clogged-up heater core. It could be a bad water pump. It could be a blown head gasket....the problem needs to be diagnosed before anyone can tell you exactly WHY you have poor heat. (Although many may try to GUESS and tell you to just start replacing parts without any diagnosis.)
when you say coil, do you mean the ignition coil or the pick up coil (aka pickup module)? It is located under the rotor in the distributor-if you replaced the distributor (did you really?) it should have had a new unit in it, the only other thing I could guess is you have some sort of issue with a fuse or relay for the ignition.
For the 1992 Plymouth Acclaim: Click on the following free, direct Link. It has several Seprentine Belt Diagrams, including one to match your specific 1992 Plymouth Acclaim with the unspecified Engine: 2.5L SOHC In-Line 4-Cylinder or 3.0L SOHC V6; and the unspecified Engine Options (AC/No AC ect.)
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