When I try starting my sundance the igniton turns but all i hear is the buzzing of door alarms seat belt alarms etc.... what do i have to do to fix this problem? Will it be eaiser to fix the ignition switch with the lock?
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When you turn the ignition on the pump is energized for 2 to 3 seconds. did you check it like that. it is also energized when cranking the engine. there is a fuse then a relay then the fuel pump. the relay is ran/ energized by the ecm computer. if there is a fuse relay box under the hood you'll need to check there to. good luck
Click on the following free direct Link. It has several Diagrams including the correct Timing Belt Diagram for your 1993 Plymouth Sundance 2.2L SOHC In-Line 4-Cylinder. Included are Instructional and Directional Diagrams.
Hi I am vortash to check if the cylinders are getting fuel just turn the vehicles engine few times then remove a spark plug to see it it is wet if it is not a fuel problem more likely spark failure replace plugs as they can fail under pressure and check for spark ,, may als be a head gasket problem so check compression and see if above 140 0r in the green with each cylinder . hope this helps regards vortash
Make sure battery is fully charged. Connect a test light to battery ground and touch batt+ to check if light. Now test that there is power to the starter heavy wire directly connected to the starter. If power, good. Now test for cranking power to solenoid wire which is on top of starter; have someone cranks as you check for power. If there is power, starter could be acting up. If not, check all fuses and neutral switch. Be careful working around moving and hot parts.
Without taking the ignition apart, you will really have to do some work, what you might want to do is get in the passenger side, grab the key with a good set of pliers, and get some leverage. If you grab, move the key back and forth while jiggling the wheel, the lock should come loose and the key should slide out. Be careful not to turn the key too far, because then you'll break it off, hope that works.