Question about 1993 Plymouth Acclaim
Most of the time this problem is caused by the pick up coil under the distributor cap. Remove the two screws on the distributor cap set it aside with all the wires still connected. Then remove the rotor( some you can just pull up on to remove it and some have a small Allen screw in them that holds it to the shaft that will have to be loosened to be able to get the rotor off.) Then You will see a black circular plastic thing with wires coming off from it and plug into a plug. unplug the plug or plugs if there is two and get this part from the parts store it is call the pick up coil . putting it back together is just the reverse of taking it apart. Good luck I hope this takes care of your problem.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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