Question about 1989 Dodge Daytona
I wish it were that easy. It depends on what it did when it died, what it was doing before it died, what have you already tested. Is the Engine Frozen from overheating and not having oil. Did it run out of gas? Did it act like it was running out of gas? Can you pour a little fuel in the carburator and get the engine to kick over and try to run? There are so many possibilities I don't have enough room to list them all. Start by getting a Haynes Repair Manual on the vehicle. Then remove the Distributor cap and turn the engine over, if the rotor is not turning you have a broken timing belt. The book will tell you how to replace it. From there follow the trouble shooting steps outlined in the manual. They will help you isolate the problem and make the repairs you need.
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