Question about 1987 Plymouth Reliant
Well Take it back tothe shop who fixed it and make them pay the tow if they can't get it right. a computer is an expensive fuse. And you have a bad ground somewhere, on the motor or frame to the motor or computer to frame and it needs to be tested, if it shows more than.2 on the ohm meter you have a problem, that year could even have a bad ac compressor. If it has a quad driver in the computer that could be your problem and the ground on the ac is bad, in 87 the computers could not take 1 amp draw and if the ground is bad it could cause the computer to draw more than it can handle, I would think the mechanics would have checked this but just in case ask them. Also a bad ground cable from the engine to frame can do the same thing. If I am not mistaken it used a GM computer back then, just like a lot of other parts that came from other manufactures.
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
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