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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The speedometer went out at 50,000 miles. The head gasket blew at 125,000 miles. I bought this car new when I started college, and it was the best front-wheel drive car I ever owned. The speedometer went at about 50,000 miles. I traced it to the printed circuit board, but Chrysler didn't carry the part, so I guessed my speed based on what gear I was in and my tachometer reading.
Posted on May 14, 2008
SOURCE: 1998 Plymouth Voyager
lol, they mean the mass ir flow sensor.....
got buy a bottle of maf cleaner at the parts store, the mass air flow sensor is the big block attached to the air cleaner tubing, ussually in the middle. undo the hoses form the maf, and spray the indise of it with it standing vertically, let it dry for 30 mins then put it back on the car.
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
SOURCE: colt idle problem.
Most likely you have a bad Idle motor which is a small motor mounted on the intake manifold. If the motor can run better with your foot on the gas but dies if removed then it is probably this. This motor is controlled by the OBDII computer which gets it's control signal from the temp sensor which is located either on the radiator or engine block (which could also be bad), if the electric fan (if equipped) turns on then this is not the problem part, but the idle motor is. Another possibility is that you have some bad /cracked vacuum hoses which should be checked for first, before replacing the idle motor.
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
SOURCE: I have a 1998 Plymouth
Hi my name is Allen!
When the check engine light is on this means there is a problem somewhere in the powertrain control system, which could be almost anything.
Here is what I need you to do, drive your vehicle to AutoZone or another auto parts store near you and have them pull the codes for you. Then get back to me and let me know what those codes are, and what the scanner say the code means.
We will move further with repair procedure after I know what the code or codes are.
Waiting for your reply!
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
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