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get a short light tester hook up the ground and with the pointed end check each side of the fuse with the dash and interior lights on and key you should find it easily

1992 Plymouth... | Answered on Jan 12, 2018

For leaking head gasket it has to be replaced.For head gasket leaking and other troubleshooting,there are help links provided.Its suggested to click the link below and go through the troubleshooting procedure to confirm the issue :-----

Leaking head gaskets?

-----------Water in engine oil? http://schematicsdiagram.blogspot.com/2011/12/water-in-engine-oil.html
-----------How to replace head gasket on car?


How to know what is faulty Cylinder head or Head gasket?


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Location of Head Gasket ?




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---------This will help.Thanks.

1992 Plymouth... | Answered on Dec 19, 2017


1992 Plymouth... | Answered on Jan 07, 2017

Hard to see coolant circulating through the cap opening. If the engine is not overheating, the coolant is circulating.
To check the heater, first feel both heater hoses at the firewall where the hoses go inside. Both should be hot! If one is hot and one is cool, then the heater core is not circulating, and that is why you have no heat. If both are hot (with engine at normal operating temperature), then the heater core is okay, and the problem may be the heater case doors not operating properly. This is called the temperature blend door problem-common on lots of cars-and caused by either vacuum operated doors or by motor operated doors in the heater case not operating properly. Sometimes the doors break, sometimes the vacuum signal is lost due to leaking vacuum hoses, or the servo canisters not working.
In short, if the heater core is hot (if both heater hoses are hot), and the coolant level is not low, then the problem is probably the heater case. check if the doors in the case are working.

1992 Plymouth... | Answered on Nov 07, 2016

Vacuum lines typically can't be repaired only replaced.
Step 1. remove a section of line. (take to parts store)
1a may need to remove a hose clamp typically a flat blade screwdriver but sometimes a compression spring type that can be opened with pliers.
2. go to a local parts store.
3. get new vacuum line of same diameter (see step 1)
4. install new line (same way you removed it)

never remove all the lines at the same time, too hard to remember where they all go.

1992 Plymouth... | Answered on Apr 20, 2016

Sounds like you replaced the distributor without setting #1 at TDC? The distributor cap should indicate which plug is the #1 plug wire. If there are no inspection plugs you can pop out to see the timing marks on the camshaft gears you will need to disable the starting system (fuel flow) remove #1 plug and turn it over until #1 piston is at TDC on the compression stroke. Then insert the distributor cap with the rotor on it, taking note of where the #1 plug tower is on the cap. Once the dist is installed place the cap on and make sure the end of the rotor is aligned with the #1 tower inside, if it is your good to go. If not take the dist out and turn it a bit left or right then put it in again until it lines up correctly (may take a few tries). Once aligned secure everything, replace spark plug and it should fire up.

1992 Plymouth... | Answered on Jan 26, 2015

Before any real damage is done, change the fluid and the filter. That. Is you best chance to get valve body to work properly.

1992 Plymouth... | Answered on Jan 14, 2015

nope it is wired like that from the factory

1992 Plymouth... | Answered on Sep 20, 2014

-Not to scary you, but sound like the transmission need to service

Good luck\


1992 Plymouth... | Answered on Jul 28, 2014

You have an engine light on

So as with ALL Vehicle problems

You check for codes & resolve them first

Simply can't guess at vehicle problems without
a vehicle to drive & test

1992 Plymouth... | Answered on Apr 24, 2014

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