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Best Selling Genuine Plymouth Shocks

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Monroe
1977 Plymouth Trailduster Shock Absorber - Front Monroe - Monroe Monro-Matic Plus Shock Absorber

P311-4C73AD0    31131  New

61632 , 4086420 , 4443483 , 3879297 , 4443469 , 4443473 , 344074 , 4086415 , 52037610 , 4443471 , 4086419 , 52037504 , 4186011 , 4026820 , 52037503 , 4443480 , 82054 , 52037512 , 4039723 , 4443477 , G63183 , 4443472 , 52037505 , KG5511 , 4131320 , 4026821 , 77183 , 52037513 , 4086421 , 4443468

Qty:
23.55
Monroe Shock Absorber  Front
  • Monroe Monro-Matic Plus Shock Absorber
  • Product Attributes:
    • Accesorio(s): None
    • Compressed Length: 14.125
    • Dust Shield Material: Metal
    • Extended Length: 23.375
    • Material del Cubre Polvo: Metal
    • Max Year Covered: 1993
    • Min Year Covered: 1955
    • Most Popular Make / Model: Dodge W250
    • Most Popular Year: 1993
    • Parts Pack(s): None
    • Product Grade: Economy
    • Total Part VIO: 183570
    • Travel Length: 9.250
    • Viaje: 9.250
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Monroe
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Drive Type Position
1977 - Plymouth Trailduster 4WD Front
Monroe
1960 Plymouth Fury Shock Absorber - Rear Monroe - Monroe Monro-Matic Plus Shock Absorber

P311-4C73AD0    31131  New

61632 , 4086420 , 4443483 , 3879297 , 4443469 , 4443473 , 344074 , 4086415 , 52037610 , 4443471 , 4086419 , 52037504 , 4186011 , 4026820 , 52037503 , 4443480 , 82054 , 52037512 , 4039723 , 4443477 , G63183 , 4443472 , 52037505 , KG5511 , 4131320 , 4026821 , 77183 , 52037513 , 4086421 , 4443468

Qty:
23.55
Monroe Shock Absorber  Rear
  • Monroe Monro-Matic Plus Shock Absorber
  • Product Attributes:
    • Accesorio(s): None
    • Compressed Length: 14.125
    • Dust Shield Material: Metal
    • Extended Length: 23.375
    • Material del Cubre Polvo: Metal
    • Max Year Covered: 1993
    • Min Year Covered: 1955
    • Most Popular Make / Model: Dodge W250
    • Most Popular Year: 1993
    • Parts Pack(s): None
    • Product Grade: Economy
    • Total Part VIO: 183570
    • Travel Length: 9.250
    • Viaje: 9.250
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Monroe
Position: Rear
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1960 - Plymouth Fury Rear
Monroe
1973 Plymouth Cuda Shock Absorber - Front Monroe - Monroe Monro-Matic Plus Shock Absorber

P311-3AB89B7    32022  New

KG4509 , KG4511 , 82090

Qty:
25.22
Monroe Shock Absorber  Front
  • Monroe Monro-Matic Plus Shock Absorber
  • Product Attributes:
    • Accesorio(s): P01134
    • Compressed Length: 9.875
    • Dust Shield Material: Metal
    • Extended Length: 15.750
    • Material del Cubre Polvo: Metal
    • Max Year Covered: 1976
    • Min Year Covered: 1961
    • Most Popular Make / Model: Dodge Dart
    • Most Popular Year: 1970
    • Parts Pack(s): P01134
    • Product Grade: Economy
    • Total Part VIO: 148800
    • Travel Length: 5.875
    • Viaje: 5.875
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Monroe
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1973 - Plymouth Cuda Front
Monroe
1969 Plymouth Belvedere Shock Absorber - Rear Monroe - Monroe Monro-Matic Plus Shock Absorber

P311-077D694    32073  New

43067 , 343159 , 82131 , KG4510 , KG5512 , 43096

Qty:
17.92
Monroe Shock Absorber  Rear
  • Monroe Monro-Matic Plus Shock Absorber
  • Product Attributes:
    • Accesorio(s): None
    • Compressed Length: 13.625
    • Dust Shield Material: Metal
    • Extended Length: 22.500
    • Material del Cubre Polvo: Metal
    • Max Year Covered: 1978
    • Min Year Covered: 1962
    • Most Popular Make / Model: Dodge Charger
    • Most Popular Year: 1970
    • Parts Pack(s): None
    • Product Grade: Economy
    • Total Part VIO: 174814
    • Travel Length: 8.875
    • Viaje: 8.875
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Monroe
Position: Rear
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1969 - Plymouth Belvedere Rear
Monroe
1978 Plymouth Fury Shock Absorber - Rear Monroe - Monroe Monro-Matic Plus Shock Absorber

P311-077D694    32073  New

43067 , 343159 , 82131 , KG4510 , KG5512 , 43096

Qty:
17.92
Monroe Shock Absorber  Rear
  • ; with Police Package
  • Monroe Monro-Matic Plus Shock Absorber
  • Product Attributes:
    • Accesorio(s): None
    • Compressed Length: 13.625
    • Dust Shield Material: Metal
    • Extended Length: 22.500
    • Material del Cubre Polvo: Metal
    • Max Year Covered: 1978
    • Min Year Covered: 1962
    • Most Popular Make / Model: Dodge Charger
    • Most Popular Year: 1970
    • Parts Pack(s): None
    • Product Grade: Economy
    • Total Part VIO: 174814
    • Travel Length: 8.875
    • Viaje: 8.875
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Monroe
Position: Rear
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1978 - Plymouth Fury Rear
Monroe
1977 Plymouth Arrow Shock Absorber - Rear Monroe - Monroe Monro-Matic Plus Shock Absorber

P311-3A3F3E6    32207  New

F7XZ18125AC , 562007B085 , XF5Z18124DA , F6XZ18124HA , 543031B026 , F6XZ18124GA , F4XY18124G , 4160070A01 , XF5Z18124AA , 4160080001 , XF5Z18125AC , 543037B025 , XF5Z18125BA , 543021B025 , XF5Z18124BC , 344055 , 543032Z325 , G63949 , F3XY18125D , F7XZ18124CB , F7XZ18124CA , 4160070A00 , 562006B025 , 61637 , 543020B088 , 543020B087 , F6XZ18125DA , F6XZ18124DA , KG5447 , 562000B028 , 543020B027 , F3XY18124G , F7XZ18125BC , 343030 , 543022Z325 , KG4006 , 543030B027 , 543020B085 , 1F5Z18125AB , XF5Z18124AC , F4XY18124A , 543020B086 , 562000B027 , F3XY18125C , G63299 , 543030B025 , 543030B086 , 543031B025 , F6XZ18125CA , F4XY18124E , F4XY18124B , F4XY18124C , 562006B026 , 82007 , F4XY18124D , 543030B088 , 4170083300 , 543027B025 , F4XY18124H , F6XZ18124CA , 562000B026 , KG5538 , 1F5Z18124BA , 543037B085 , F7XZ18124AA , 4170070A00 , 562002Z325 , 543027B085 , F7XZ18124CC , 562007B025 , 543021B026 , 543020B025 , KG5434 , 543030B087 , 61550 , 562000B025 , 1F5Z18124AA , 543030B085 , 565065 , F4XY18124F , XF5Z18124CA

Qty:
25.22
Monroe Shock Absorber  Rear
  • Monroe Monro-Matic Plus Shock Absorber
  • Product Attributes:
    • Accesorio(s): P00411
    • Compressed Length: 11.250
    • Dust Shield Material: Metal
    • Extended Length: 17.875
    • Material del Cubre Polvo: Metal
    • Max Year Covered: 2002
    • Min Year Covered: 1941
    • Most Popular Make / Model: Nissan Quest
    • Most Popular Year: 2000
    • Parts Pack(s): P00411
    • Product Grade: Economy
    • Total Part VIO:
      • 375178
      • 375323
    • Travel Length: 6.625
    • Viaje: 6.625
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Monroe
Position: Rear
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Body Position
1977 - Plymouth Arrow Hatchback Rear
Monroe
1974 Plymouth PB300 Van Shock Absorber - Rear Monroe - Monroe Monro-Matic Plus Shock Absorber

P311-5D6B1F7    33086  New

22003310 , 3187847 , 4740247 , 22011984 , 4740239 , KG5430 , 61522 , 52106311AC , 4740249 , 4740246 , 4086418 , 4364772 , 52039319AC , 22064003 , 5016224AA , 5011635AB , 4131320 , 5012335AC , 4039724 , 4993562 , 43085 , 58906 , 52106311AB , 22065226 , 4447390 , 22012098 , 5016226AB , 52039030 , 4740248 , 5011635AE , 22011983 , 22064429 , 22064005 , 4740240 , 22064002 , G63906 , 4740238 , 52106310AB , 52106312AB , 58413 , 3837028 , 52106310AD , 22011979 , 344075 , 3187843 , 3187844 , 5011636AE , 4740243 , 52106311AA , 52106314AC , 4740242 , 52039319AB , 4131350 , G63413 , 22064004 , 4740244 , 52038295 , 344073 , 22064427 , 52106320AC , 52039382AC , 4131321 , KG5477 , 4443467 , 52106320AB , 52106310AC , 5011636AC , 22046408 , 5011635AC , 4504317 , 77413 , 52038275 , 4364771 , 52106312AC , 4740241 , 52106316AC , KG5418 , 52039383AC , 565039 , 4740245 , 4443484 , 4443481

Qty:
30.52
Monroe Shock Absorber  Rear
  • Monroe Monro-Matic Plus Shock Absorber
  • Product Attributes:
    • Accesorio(s): None
    • Compressed Length: 12.875
    • Dust Shield Material: Metal
    • Extended Length: 21.000
    • Material del Cubre Polvo: Metal
    • Max Year Covered: 2003
    • Min Year Covered: 1971
    • Most Popular Make / Model: Chevrolet G20
    • Most Popular Year: 1986
    • Parts Pack(s): None
    • Product Grade: Economy
    • Total Part VIO: 884895
    • Travel Length: 8.125
    • Viaje: 8.125
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Monroe
Position: Rear
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1974 - Plymouth PB300 Van Rear
Monroe
1975 Plymouth PB100 Shock Absorber - Front Monroe - Monroe Gas-Magnum Shock Absorber

P311-0E83FB2    34831  New

52106312AB , 52039030 , 4740243 , 5012335AC , 4131320 , 52039319AC , 4364772 , 4364771 , 4740246 , 4131350 , 52039383AC , 52106316AC , 52039382AC , 34052 , 4740241 , 52106311AA , 5011635AC , 344066 , 4443481 , 52106320AC , 4740238 , 4740248 , 52106320AB , 5011636AC , 52106310AC , KG6401 , 52106312AC , 4086418 , 4740247 , 52106311AB , 4740240 , 52038295 , 5011636AE , 58359 , 4443467 , 5011635AB , 52038275 , 52106310AB , 5011635AE , 4504317 , 52106311AC , 5016224AA , 4740245 , 3837028 , 52039319AB , 4039724 , 4740244 , 52106314AC , 77359 , 4740249 , 4740239 , 4443484 , 4447390 , 52106310AD , 5016226AB , 4131321 , 4740242

Qty:
43.29
Monroe Shock Absorber  Front
  • ; Premium - Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Monroe Gas-Magnum Shock Absorber
  • Product Attributes:
    • Accesorio(s): P01135
    • Compressed Length: 8.875
    • Extended Length: 13.375
    • Max Year Covered: 2003
    • Min Year Covered: 1971
    • Most Popular Make / Model: Dodge Ram 1500 Van
    • Most Popular Year: 1997
    • Parts Pack(s): P01135
    • Product Grade: Premium
    • Total Part VIO: 395555
    • Travel Length: 4.500
    • Viaje: 4.500
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Monroe
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1975 - Plymouth PB100 Front
Monroe
1974 Plymouth PB300 Van Shock Absorber - Front Monroe - Monroe Gas-Magnum Shock Absorber

P311-0E83FB2    34831  New

52106312AB , 52039030 , 4740243 , 5012335AC , 4131320 , 52039319AC , 4364772 , 4364771 , 4740246 , 4131350 , 52039383AC , 52106316AC , 52039382AC , 34052 , 4740241 , 52106311AA , 5011635AC , 344066 , 4443481 , 52106320AC , 4740238 , 4740248 , 52106320AB , 5011636AC , 52106310AC , KG6401 , 52106312AC , 4086418 , 4740247 , 52106311AB , 4740240 , 52038295 , 5011636AE , 58359 , 4443467 , 5011635AB , 52038275 , 52106310AB , 5011635AE , 4504317 , 52106311AC , 5016224AA , 4740245 , 3837028 , 52039319AB , 4039724 , 4740244 , 52106314AC , 77359 , 4740249 , 4740239 , 4443484 , 4447390 , 52106310AD , 5016226AB , 4131321 , 4740242

Qty:
43.29
Monroe Shock Absorber  Front
  • ; w/o 4,000lb Front Axle; Premium - Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Monroe Gas-Magnum Shock Absorber
  • Product Attributes:
    • Accesorio(s): P01135
    • Compressed Length: 8.875
    • Extended Length: 13.375
    • Max Year Covered: 2003
    • Min Year Covered: 1971
    • Most Popular Make / Model: Dodge Ram 1500 Van
    • Most Popular Year: 1997
    • Parts Pack(s): P01135
    • Product Grade: Premium
    • Total Part VIO: 395555
    • Travel Length: 4.500
    • Viaje: 4.500
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Monroe
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1974 - Plymouth PB300 Van Front
Monroe
1997 Plymouth Voyager Shock Absorber - Rear Monroe - Monroe Load Adjusting Shock Absorber

P311-3B94428    58620  New

4684840 , 4743413AC , 4743226AA , 4743232AA , 4743228AA , 4743225AA , 4737526 , 4743125 , 4684681 , 4743229AA , 5066333AA , 4897451AA , 4721340AA , 4743547 , 5066336AA , 5135538AA , 5066334AA , 4743686 , 4797641 , 4797642 , 4743411 , 4797640 , 4743127 , 4743128 , 4743412AC , 4766124 , 4743412AB , 4743233AA , 4743413AB , 4743411AB , 4766452AA , 4743230AA , 5066337AA , 4743412 , 4743642 , 4743643 , 4684682 , 4743227AA , 4743231AA , 4684681AB , 4743129 , 4743224AA , 4684682AB

Qty:
129.78
Monroe Shock Absorber  Rear
  • For Towing & Hauling; w/o Nivomat Rear Suspension; Except Models with Height Sensing Rear Brake Proportioning Valve
  • Monroe Load Adjusting Shock Absorber
  • Product Attributes:
    • Accesorio(s): None
    • Compressed Length: 11.250
    • Dust Shield Material: Metal
    • Extended Length: 17.000
    • Material del Cubre Polvo: Metal
    • Max Year Covered: 2007
    • Min Year Covered: 1995
    • Most Popular Make / Model: Dodge Grand Caravan
    • Most Popular Year: 2005
    • Parts Pack(s): None
    • Product Grade: Economy
    • Total Part VIO: 2679606
    • Travel Length: 5.750
    • Viaje: 5.750
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Monroe
Position: Rear
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1997 - Plymouth Voyager Rear
Monroe
1995 Plymouth Grand Voyager Shock Absorber - Rear Monroe - Monroe Load Adjusting Shock Absorber

P311-3B94428    58620  New

4684840 , 4743413AC , 4743226AA , 4743232AA , 4743228AA , 4743225AA , 4737526 , 4743125 , 4684681 , 4743229AA , 5066333AA , 4897451AA , 4721340AA , 4743547 , 5066336AA , 5135538AA , 5066334AA , 4743686 , 4797641 , 4797642 , 4743411 , 4797640 , 4743127 , 4743128 , 4743412AC , 4766124 , 4743412AB , 4743233AA , 4743413AB , 4743411AB , 4766452AA , 4743230AA , 5066337AA , 4743412 , 4743642 , 4743643 , 4684682 , 4743227AA , 4743231AA , 4684681AB , 4743129 , 4743224AA , 4684682AB

Qty:
129.78
Monroe Shock Absorber  Rear
  • For Towing & Hauling; w/o Nivomat Rear Suspension; From 3/95; Except Models with Height Sensing Rear Brake Proportioning Valve
  • Monroe Load Adjusting Shock Absorber
  • Product Attributes:
    • Accesorio(s): None
    • Compressed Length: 11.250
    • Dust Shield Material: Metal
    • Extended Length: 17.000
    • Material del Cubre Polvo: Metal
    • Max Year Covered: 2007
    • Min Year Covered: 1995
    • Most Popular Make / Model: Dodge Grand Caravan
    • Most Popular Year: 2005
    • Parts Pack(s): None
    • Product Grade: Economy
    • Total Part VIO: 2679606
    • Travel Length: 5.750
    • Viaje: 5.750
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Monroe
Position: Rear
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1995 - Plymouth Grand Voyager Rear
KYB
1987 Plymouth Caravelle Shock Absorber - Rear KYB - Excel-G

P311-1BC84B9    343164  New

69632 , 5864

Qty:
24.00
KYB Shock Absorber  Rear
  • GAS SHOCK
  • ; Recommended OEM Replacement
  • Excel-G
  • Product Attributes:
    • COMPRESSED BUMP STOP: N
    • Compressed Length: 12.91
    • Dust Cover Included: Y
    • Extended Length: 21.57
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 1: Kyb Recommended Oem Replacement Shock
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 2: Specifically Calibrated To Help Restore The Original Handling And Control Characteristics Of The Chryslers And Dodges
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 3: Uses A Seamless Working Cylinder Matched With A Teflon? Coated Piston Band For A Positive Seal And Longer Life
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 4: Triple Chrome Plated Piston Rod And Multi-lip Oil Seals That Reduce Wear
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 5: Solid Seamless Mounting Eye Rings And Bolt Bushings To Eliminate Rattles
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 6: Engineered To Help Vehicles With Electronic Safety Systems (esc, Abs, Etc.)
    • Lower Mount Type: E2(10x41)
    • REBOUND STOP: N
    • Upper Mount Type: E2(10x41)
  • Ride Comfort may be important, but restoring a vehicles Ride Control; stability, stopping, lane change responsiveness and handling is critical. KYB Excel-G Shocks and Struts are designed for the most important performance purpose: Restoring the vehicles original capabilities. KYB is a world leading supplier of shocks and struts to new vehicle manufacturers and the Excel-G is made on the very same KYB OE assembly lines, uses the same OE quality components and is calibrated to restore original, designed performance, not change it. That has earned Excel-G the classification: OEA (Original Equipment for the Aftermarket). The KYB Excel-G is a nitrogen gas-charged, twin-tube design that includes every quality component that our global OEM products include.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: KYB
Position: Rear
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Drive Type Region Position
1987 - Plymouth Caravelle FWD Canada Rear
KYB
1995 Plymouth Acclaim Shock Absorber - Rear KYB - Gas-a-just

P311-2F9FEC9    KG5563  New

69632 , 5962

Qty:
37.57
KYB Shock Absorber  Rear
  • HIGH PRESSURE MONOTUBE GAS SHOCK
  • ; Monotube Performance Upgrade
  • Gas-a-just
  • Product Attributes:
    • COMPRESSED BUMP STOP: N
    • Compressed Length: 13.35
    • Dust Cover Included: Y
    • Extended Length: 21.42
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 1: Adds Up To 25% More Damping Performance Over Original Equipment Shocks
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 2: Components And Valving Designed Specifically For Chryslers And Dodges
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 3: High Gas Pressure Design Provides Instant, Extra Control
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 4: Monotube Design Outperforms All Other Standard Shock Absorbers
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 5: Unique, Air-free, Hydraulic Unit Eliminates Performance Fade
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 6: Engineered To Help Vehicles With Electronic Safety Systems (esc, Abs, Etc.)
    • Lower Mount Type: E2(10x41)
    • REBOUND STOP: N
    • Upper Mount Type: E2(10x41)
  • The KYB Gas-a-just monotube shock absorber has additional performance advantages over the traditional twin-tube design: It can instantly, automatically adjust to your performance needs and never experiences fade due to aeration. The Gas-a-just is available as an OE monotube replacement and as an OE twin-tube performance upgrade. The KYB Gas-a-just has two separate working chambers: An air-free hydraulic piston and valve area for responsiveness and control, and a second high-pressure nitrogen gas area with a floating piston that provides a comfortable ride during normal driving and adds instant performance on demand.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: KYB
Position: Rear
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1995 - Plymouth Acclaim Rear
KYB
1971 Plymouth Fury II Shock Absorber - Front KYB - Gas-a-just

P311-0362428    KG4507  New

82011 , 5811

Qty:
35.37
KYB Shock Absorber  Front
  • HIGH PRESSURE MONOTUBE GAS SHOCK
  • ; Recommended OEM Replacement
  • Gas-a-just
  • Product Attributes:
    • COMPRESSED BUMP STOP: N
    • Compressed Length: 8.15
    • Dust Cover Included: N
    • Extended Length: 12.28
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 1: Adds Up To 25% More Damping Performance Over Original Equipment Shocks
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 2: Components And Valving Designed Specifically For Classic Cars
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 3: High Gas Pressure Design Provides Instant, Extra Control
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 4: Monotube Design Outperforms All Other Standard Shock Absorbers
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 5: Unique, Air-free, Hydraulic Unit Eliminates Performance Fade
    • Lower Mount Type: E2(11.1x38)
    • REBOUND STOP: N
    • Stroke Length: 4.13
    • Upper Mount Type: S1
  • The KYB Gas-a-just monotube shock absorber has additional performance advantages over the traditional twin-tube design: It can instantly, automatically adjust to your performance needs and never experiences fade due to aeration. The Gas-a-just is available as an OE monotube replacement and as an OE twin-tube performance upgrade. The KYB Gas-a-just has two separate working chambers: An air-free hydraulic piston and valve area for responsiveness and control, and a second high-pressure nitrogen gas area with a floating piston that provides a comfortable ride during normal driving and adds instant performance on demand.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: KYB
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1971 - Plymouth Fury II Front
KYB
1976 Plymouth PB100 Shock Absorber - Front KYB - Excel-G

P311-51F8D29    344066  New

G63359 , 37096

Qty:
28.16
KYB Shock Absorber  Front
  • GAS SHOCK
  • ; Recommended OEM Replacement
  • Excel-G
  • Product Attributes:
    • COMPRESSED BUMP STOP: N
    • Dust Cover Included: N
    • Extended Length: 13.58
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 1: Kyb Recommended Oem Replacement Shock For Domestic Trucks
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 2: Specifically Calibrated To Help Restore The Original Handling And Control Characteristics Of Dodge Trucks
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 3: Uses A Seamless Working Cylinder Matched With A Teflon? Coated Piston Band For A Positive Seal And Longer Life
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 4: Triple Chrome Plated Piston Rod And Multi-lip Oil Seals That Reduce Wear
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 5: Solid Seamless Mounting Eye Rings And Bolt Bushings To Eliminate Rattles
    • Lower Mount Type: E3(61.6x87x0)
    • REBOUND STOP: N
    • Stroke Length: 4.92
    • Upper Mount Type: S1
  • Ride Comfort may be important, but restoring a vehicles Ride Control; stability, stopping, lane change responsiveness and handling is critical. KYB Excel-G Shocks and Struts are designed for the most important performance purpose: Restoring the vehicles original capabilities. KYB is a world leading supplier of shocks and struts to new vehicle manufacturers and the Excel-G is made on the very same KYB OE assembly lines, uses the same OE quality components and is calibrated to restore original, designed performance, not change it. That has earned Excel-G the classification: OEA (Original Equipment for the Aftermarket). The KYB Excel-G is a nitrogen gas-charged, twin-tube design that includes every quality component that our global OEM products include.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: KYB
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1976 - Plymouth PB100 Front
KYB
1982 Plymouth PB150 Shock Absorber - Rear KYB - Excel-G

P311-2626047    344073  New

G63413 , 37091

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KYB Shock Absorber  Rear
  • GAS SHOCK
  • ; Recommended OEM Replacement
  • Excel-G
  • Product Attributes:
    • COMPRESSED BUMP STOP: N
    • Dust Cover Included: Y
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 1: Kyb Recommended Oem Replacement Shock For Domestic Trucks
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 2: Specifically Calibrated To Help Restore The Original Handling And Control Characteristics Of Dodge Vans
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 3: Uses A Seamless Working Cylinder Matched With A Teflon? Coated Piston Band For A Positive Seal And Longer Life
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 4: Triple Chrome Plated Piston Rod And Multi-lip Oil Seals That Reduce Wear
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 5: Solid Seamless Mounting Eye Rings And Bolt Bushings To Eliminate Rattles
    • Lower Mount Type: E2(12.8x41.3)
    • REBOUND STOP: N
    • Upper Mount Type: E1-l/e(17.5)
  • Ride Comfort may be important, but restoring a vehicles Ride Control; stability, stopping, lane change responsiveness and handling is critical. KYB Excel-G Shocks and Struts are designed for the most important performance purpose: Restoring the vehicles original capabilities. KYB is a world leading supplier of shocks and struts to new vehicle manufacturers and the Excel-G is made on the very same KYB OE assembly lines, uses the same OE quality components and is calibrated to restore original, designed performance, not change it. That has earned Excel-G the classification: OEA (Original Equipment for the Aftermarket). The KYB Excel-G is a nitrogen gas-charged, twin-tube design that includes every quality component that our global OEM products include.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: KYB
Position: Rear
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1982 - Plymouth PB150 Rear
KYB
1975 Plymouth PB300 Shock Absorber - Rear KYB - Gas-a-just

P311-175405D    KG5418  New

911091 , 77413

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KYB Shock Absorber  Rear
  • HIGH PRESSURE MONOTUBE GAS SHOCK
  • ; Monotube Performance Upgrade
  • Gas-a-just
  • Product Attributes:
    • COMPRESSED BUMP STOP: N
    • Compressed Length: 13.23
    • Dust Cover Included: Y
    • Extended Length: 21.1
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 1: Adds Up To 25% More Damping Performance Over Original Equipment Shocks
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 2: Gas-a-just Reacts To Load Changes And Adds Instant Responsiveness On Dodge Vans
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 3: High Gas Pressure Design Provides Instant, Extra Control
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 4: Monotube Design Outperforms All Other Standard Shock Absorbers
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 5: Unique, Air-free, Hydraulic Unit Eliminates Performance Fade
    • Lower Mount Type: E2(12.8x41.3)
    • REBOUND STOP: N
    • Stroke Length: 7.87
    • Upper Mount Type: E1-l/e(17.5)
  • The KYB Gas-a-just monotube shock absorber has additional performance advantages over the traditional twin-tube design: It can instantly, automatically adjust to your performance needs and never experiences fade due to aeration. The Gas-a-just is available as an OE monotube replacement and as an OE twin-tube performance upgrade. The KYB Gas-a-just has two separate working chambers: An air-free hydraulic piston and valve area for responsiveness and control, and a second high-pressure nitrogen gas area with a floating piston that provides a comfortable ride during normal driving and adds instant performance on demand.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: KYB
Position: Rear
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1975 - Plymouth PB300 Rear
KYB
1979 Plymouth PB300 Shock Absorber - Front KYB - Excel-G

P311-51F8D29    344066  New

G63359 , 37096

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28.16
KYB Shock Absorber  Front
  • GAS SHOCK
  • ; (Excludes with 4,000 lb. Front Axle) Recommended OEM Replacement
  • Excel-G
  • Product Attributes:
    • COMPRESSED BUMP STOP: N
    • Dust Cover Included: N
    • Extended Length: 13.58
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 1: Kyb Recommended Oem Replacement Shock For Domestic Trucks
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 2: Specifically Calibrated To Help Restore The Original Handling And Control Characteristics Of Dodge Trucks
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 3: Uses A Seamless Working Cylinder Matched With A Teflon? Coated Piston Band For A Positive Seal And Longer Life
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 4: Triple Chrome Plated Piston Rod And Multi-lip Oil Seals That Reduce Wear
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 5: Solid Seamless Mounting Eye Rings And Bolt Bushings To Eliminate Rattles
    • Lower Mount Type: E3(61.6x87x0)
    • REBOUND STOP: N
    • Stroke Length: 4.92
    • Upper Mount Type: S1
  • Ride Comfort may be important, but restoring a vehicles Ride Control; stability, stopping, lane change responsiveness and handling is critical. KYB Excel-G Shocks and Struts are designed for the most important performance purpose: Restoring the vehicles original capabilities. KYB is a world leading supplier of shocks and struts to new vehicle manufacturers and the Excel-G is made on the very same KYB OE assembly lines, uses the same OE quality components and is calibrated to restore original, designed performance, not change it. That has earned Excel-G the classification: OEA (Original Equipment for the Aftermarket). The KYB Excel-G is a nitrogen gas-charged, twin-tube design that includes every quality component that our global OEM products include.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: KYB
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1979 - Plymouth PB300 Front
Monroe
1991 Plymouth Voyager Shock Absorber - Rear Monroe - Monroe OESpectrum Light Truck Shock Absorber

P311-3D67927    37065  New

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Monroe Shock Absorber  Rear
  • Recommended OE Application -Specific Replacement
  • Monroe OESpectrum Light Truck Shock Absorber
  • Product Attributes:
    • Accesorio(s): None
    • Compressed Length: 12.000
    • Dust Shield Material: Metal
    • Extended Length: 18.125
    • Material del Cubre Polvo: Metal
    • Max Year Covered: 1995
    • Min Year Covered: 1984
    • Most Popular Make / Model: Dodge Caravan
    • Most Popular Year: 1994
    • Parts Pack(s): None
    • Product Grade: Premium
    • Total Part VIO: 164761
    • Travel Length: 6.125
    • Viaje: 6.125
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Monroe
Position: Rear
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1991 - Plymouth Voyager Rear
Monroe
1995 Plymouth Voyager Shock Absorber - Rear Monroe - Monroe OESpectrum Light Truck Shock Absorber

P311-3D67927    37065  New

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Qty:
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Monroe Shock Absorber  Rear
  • Recommended OE Application -Specific Replacement; To 2/95
  • Monroe OESpectrum Light Truck Shock Absorber
  • Product Attributes:
    • Accesorio(s): None
    • Compressed Length: 12.000
    • Dust Shield Material: Metal
    • Extended Length: 18.125
    • Material del Cubre Polvo: Metal
    • Max Year Covered: 1995
    • Min Year Covered: 1984
    • Most Popular Make / Model: Dodge Caravan
    • Most Popular Year: 1994
    • Parts Pack(s): None
    • Product Grade: Premium
    • Total Part VIO: 164761
    • Travel Length: 6.125
    • Viaje: 6.125
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Monroe
Position: Rear
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1995 - Plymouth Voyager Rear

Latest Car Advice

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shocks

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Question From mike hammer on shocks

My 94 plymouth acclaim is in pretty poor health generally but more specifically the shocks, front and rear, start to be a little bit dead. As right now I have no use for the vehicule and will not need it until the end of january i consider putting it up on blocks so the tires dont freeze to the ground as where i live is very cold and snowy. Will this time off the ground give the springs a little break and or is there a tool with which one might stretch a spring over a period of time . The shocks are not completely shot and i dont consider it to be a major problem and I ask out of curiousity. thanks again

Response From dmac0923 Top Rated Answer

metal fatigue cannot be reversed. if the springs are bad or going they need to be replaced.

same thing goes for the shocks even if they arent leaking externally

Wipers

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Question From coololdcars on Wipers

I have a 98 Plymouth Voyager.158,000 miles. The wipers will not shut off. Replaced both the motor and the switch, still no luck??!!??

Response From Hammer Time

The wiper motor is controlled by the Body Control Module. It's pretty tricky to diagnose though. You will need a factory scan tool.

Response From coololdcars Top Rated Answer

Thanks, you've confirmed my idea...Now I just gotta get brave and pull down that fuse box to get to it!!!

Response From Hammer Time

Get to it and do what? I told you you need a scan tool to diagnose anything here. If your just going to start throwing modules at it, that's going to get quite expensive and you will still need the dealer to program it.

Response From coololdcars

Hmmmm, the mechanic I talked to said go ahead and change it out

Broken timing belt 97 plymouth voyager

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Question From 74javelin on Broken timing belt 97 plymouth voyager

Belt broke, cams stopedd at tha point! So, How do I to reset the cam timing to were it should be and all other timing so that all marks are were they should be when do this belt job!


Dodge 3.0 vin code 3 How do you set the cam timing? Note; distributor has been moved and engine has been cranked over!! I need to know what to do tommorow when i get another belt!

Response From 74javelin Top Rated Answer

Help!! Wait, you dont understand what I am My thinking on this! What Iam asking is :Since the timing belt broke cams stopped Do the camshafts now have to be rotated in a certain direction? Also do they have to be rotated several times to get into a certain position! So, shall I just get set it to top dead center and align the cams accordinlg to the marks on the diagram! Next, The crank gear doesnt have a mark on the gear so, do you line it with keyway with the mark on the housing?

Response From 74javelin

Help!! Wait, you dont understand what I am My thinking on this! What Iam asking is :Since the timing belt broke cams stopped Do the camshafts now have to be rotated in a certain direction? Also do they have to be rotated several times to get into a certain position! So, shall I just get set it to top dead center and align the cams accordinlg to the marks on the diagram! Next, The crank gear doesnt have a mark on the gear so, do you line it with keyway with the mark on the housing?
Help!! Wait, you dont understand what I am My thinking on this! What Iam asking is :Since the timing belt broke cams stopped Do the camshafts now have to be rotated in a certain direction? Also do they have to be rotated several times to get into a certain position! So, shall I just get set it to top dead center and align the cams accordinlg to the marks on the diagram! Next, The crank gear doesnt have a mark on the gear so, do you line it with keyway with the mark on the housing?

Response From Hammer Time

Please don't create duplicate questions. i deleted your other response.

No, you do not have to rotate it to get it timed although doing it after the belt is installed will insure you have it on right.

The crank gear does have a mark on it.

Response From 74javelin

Ok, Sorry about the other post, I go to get a firm answer for I got to move the vehicle by friday and a 6" snow storm on the way! Oh, There is no mark at all on this crank gear just the keywaykey is only thing we see on it?

Response From Hammer Time

The mark is on the gear. i just gave you a picture of it. I'm really beginning to think this is not a job for you and you should be having someone else do this for you. It's an awful lot of work to take this apart a second time if it's not done right the first time.

Response From 74javelin

Hammer ,I honestly know what the mark should look like !I was a yard today and looked at the same situation I have everthings removed, It looks like the diagram you sent! But am being honest,NO mark on crank gear,just key way notch!

Now, if I set the crank gear to the housing mark and I have the one cam set perfectly the other is off 90 degrees!
Wen I install the belt,is that going to pull the other cam into position,an those marks will line up?or will i have to manually turn the othercam in what direction for the mark to align properly?

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

74jav; This is a very 'tricky' repair. As HT said, the crank gear has a mark on the outside edge. May be a 'hash' mark, or an 'O'. It, and both cam gears, must be aligned EXACTLY, as his diagram showed. Can't be off ONE tooth! Some of the older four cylinder engines were quite easy to replace a timing belt. The V6s are a whole 'nuther story. Very unforgiving. You must do it right. The first time. There is no way that I'd try to change out the power panel in my house. I'd suck up my ego and have a professional do it. Take it for what it's worth.

Response From 74javelin

  • Well, its easy for someone Im asking for advice to say sub it out or have somebody else do it! May be Iam thiinking way beyond the technical way you guys are analizing this! Lets make it simplefrom the start: Iam at a stop sign the car shuts down I push it acroos the street into a parking lot! At this point I pop the hood and start inspecting I discover after I pull the distibutor is not turning! So, I pull the disributor to see if the gear broke or was jammed! Iwatched how i pulled it and reinstalled the disributor into place! Now, obviously when it stopped at the stop sign I thought it just stalled so , Naturally I cranked it over a couple of times and I could tell I had a problem be it no spark or what have you!

  • What Iam asking simply is this; When the belt broke slowly cams stop at that point! So, Iam asking when I get this thing lined up to Tdc after we decide on what to use for a crank gear mark! How do I get the cams and the marks back to the position they should be for it to run! And what direction should the cams be turned clockwise or counter clockwise or will they just go into place when reinstall the belt??? What would be your steps to resolve if had to do it yourself?????

    Response From Bubba2357

    The fact that you tried to turn it over after the timing belt broke is cause for concern. Unless the cam/cams stopped in an almost perfect position (which is not likely) you could have had contact between the valves and piston.

    I am in the middle of replacing the head gasket on my 97 Breeze and I will tell you, this job is not for the beginner mechanic, or even an advanced mechanic with limited Plymouth experience. Take the advise of the other posters and sub it out, it will save you a lot of grief, money and headaches in the long run.

    Response From Hammer Time

    You have obviously never changed a timing belt before and this is not one of the easier ones to do. You are going to run into problems that you are not expecting at all. If you had any idea how to do this, you wouldn't be asking the questions that you are. All of those gears are spring loaded and this job is not for you.

    Response From Hammer Time

    This job is out of your league. Sub it out.

    Response From 74javelin

    Hammer,Wish I could but Cant no time! I get the immpression you think Iam kidding you about the mark on the crank gear!there is no mark on this crank gear! I see it on your diagram, As well about 15 other diagrams I have looked at!
    Can you answer me this, what is the direction will I have to manually turn the other cam to get it into position on the marks?

    Response From 74javelin

    Hammer or anyone I need more technical help! I dont undderstand with the belt breaking, The cams stopped at that point!
    So,How do I Know they are in the correct positon? Whats the procedure and how do I go about getting them to the proper position? So that I know when I put the new belt on that all marks are lined up exactly were they need to be so, I dont have any other issues! Thanks for the other info! Rich

    Response From Hammer Time

    I just gave you all the timing marks. If you're not familiar with setting a timing belt you may want to have a shop do this for you.

    Response From Hammer Time

    Not sure why you would have removed a distributor to replace a timing belt as that would not have been necessary but here are the installation instructions.











    If it's just the belt that you are trying to time, here are the marks for that.

    92 plymouth acclaim died on the highway

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    Question From mike hammer on 92 plymouth acclaim died on the highway

    92 plymouth acclaim died on the high way after towing to my place i found a broken ground strap( from bottom of throttle body to back wall of engine compartment) thought this was the problem but when replaced still no go. I was able to start it with generous shots of quick start but engine dies after 2 seconds . battery is good , it seems like it has ok spark because it starts with quick start. It does however emit a clicking sound from a part which is directly in front of the steering wheel in the engine compartment. This part has some relation to throttle and ignition because it has a cable that attaches at the throttle body . The car has about a 100000 kilometers on it and until this operated perfectly. Could the broken ground strap have caused a overload somewhere. does a car have hidden fuses somewhere other than the interiour fuse panel. I have no fuel pressure gauge but disconnected the to engine side of the fuel line at the filter and it seems to have good pressure. I am embarrased to say i have no idea what is the part that is clicking it is attached to the back of the engine compartment next to the shock tower and has a cable which when i pull by hand opens and closes the air intake flap inside the throttle body . The car is a single point injector 2.5 litre engine. I have no idea wher to check next and am at a complete loss. would appreciate any help as this seems to be outside of my limited mechanic capacity thank for listening.

    Response From DanD Top Rated Answer

    The thing that’s clicking sounds like it might be the cruise control module assembly and likely nothing to do with the problem?
    I think the next thing to check is; whether the computer is pulsing the injector and or whether there’s power at the injector.
    Does the engine light/power loss light come on for a few seconds when the ignition is first turned to the run position?
    The way this sounds we’ll have to do a few electrical checks to find this problem. If you feel you’re capable, have access to a test light, multi-meter and can follow instructions; we’ll try and help?

    Dan.

    Response From mike hammer

    you wher indeed right about the cruise control mudul. I tried starting the car with the the cruise control on and off alternately and the clicking did not stop but indeed changed its sound and i believe this now to be a normal sound i have just not noticed before . I pulled the injector and had an assistant try and start the car while giving the car short burst of gas by means of the accelerator pedal and it indeed seems to be clicking regularly. I am going to try to get my hands on a multimeter and a test light. Atest light i think is simplly a light that lights when current is present isnt it. When i tried to start the car with the injector out the car seems to have delivered what seemed to be a very tiny amount of gas to the intake. it was just enough to slightly dampen the seat in which the injector sits and give a slight odour of gas. It is very cold here and the car had not been driven for a few days when the failure happened. I have installed (safely) a sort of tent around the hood of the car and am currently heating it with current of warm air from a small heater with a fan. I hope to rule out the unlikely possibility of ice somewhwere in the lines. I do not know if it is even possible for a piece of ice to free itself from a relatively inert place in the line and get jammed somewhere further up where it can almost fully block the line i will rule this out today. I have tried to understand some wiring diagrams to check potentially simple things like related fuses and found only one fuse reletad to ignition #11 in the interiour fuse panel. it was ok. I will also go through the fuses inside the car one by one before i dive any deeper. i wonder if the fuses inside which are listed as being in control of things like horn and lights are also in control of other more important functioning like fuel delivery and if so wher might i find a list of these fues and the other things they govern. Thanks for listening, Mike

    Response From mike hammer

    and yes when I turn the key the check engine flashes as well as the air bag light

    Response From DanD

    Ok just to clarify a few things; you said.
    disconnected the to engine side of the fuel line at the filter and it seems to have good pressure.
    When the ignition is first turned on to the run position (without cranking engine) the fuel pump should come on for approx 2-3 seconds and then shut off. This is called the prime cycle; which is to begin building the approx 15psi of fuel required. Then if all else is good; when you begin to crank the engine, the computer sees ignition and turns the pump back on.
    With a fuel line disconnected or when you had the injector out of the throttle body and turn the ignition on or cranked the engine; you should have had a good sized gusher of fuel? 15psi isn’t much pressure compared to the newer vehicles but it would still give you a bit of a mess to clean up.
    The check engine light?
    yes when I turn the key the check engine flashes
    It should only flash on and off once; the same length of time as the prime cycle. During cranking it should be off.
    With that being said; if you were to cycle the ignition, on and off three times; with-in 5 seconds, (not cranking the engine) leaving it in the on position at the third cycle. That will put the computer into diagnostics and will begin flashing codes.
    Code flashes are counted like this; code 12 and then a for example 32 would look like this. The dash's meaning the light is off.
    On - ON ON --- ON - ON ON --- ON - ON ON --- ON ON ON - ON ON --- ON ON ON - ON ON ---ON ON ON - ON ON
    Each code will flash three times, before continuing to the next. Once all stored codes have flashed the sequence will begin again, until you turn the ignition off; notice the longer gap between flashes, once it flashes a 2 digit code.
    Let us know what you find?

    Dan.

    Response From mike hammer

    sorry dan i mistook some residual pressur that caused a spurt of gas for real fuel pump pressure. After having jumped the appropriate connections (87-30 in the fuel pump relay ) nothing at all from the fuel pump. I checked the same two connections with a test light and nothing not knowing if this circuit would even light a test lamp i checked with a small meter which detects whether current is present and it too registered no ellllectricity passing between number 30 and 87. I checked the codes and it gave me code 27 which is " one of the injector control circuit output drivers does notrespond prorerly to the control signal" in the haynes manual..I will try to understand the wiring diagrams in the manual a little bit so that i may ask better questions from this point on.

    Response From DanD

    Sorry for what; it’s hard to keep things strait when we’re both at a keyboard and not under the hood of the car.

    Yes a test light should light when testing the fuel pump circuit. Back at the fuel tank you’ll want to test the dark green wire for power; with the test light clipped to a known good ground.
    You will only have power on that wire for a couple of seconds; when the ignition is turned to the run position (prime cycle) and then the power should come back when you begin to crank the engine.


    Dan.

    Response From mike hammer

    hello dan i am not sure if i really understand your directions what ian using to check for power is a small 12 volt bulb with two wires one to which i attach or touch to each side of a connection to see if current is present. if current is passing the bulb lights. I thought that was a test light but am now pretty sure it is not really what i need. With this apparatus however i jammed one wire into the connector of the dark blue wire and the other into the receptor of other wire and the bulb did nothing until i linked the 30 to the 87 in the fuel pump relay and then it lit and stayed lit. Strangely though i am still unable to get light when i link the 30 and the 87 relays with the two wires from the bulb. I was unable to test the ignition \prime cycle because i have no assistant right now but will have one shortly. If the light lights does this mean that power is present in both ,wires after disconectig the jump 30 to 87 and reassembling the relay there is no light when i plug the the bulb i had a friend put the key in run position and there is no light either to indicate a prime cycle..

    Response From DanD

    With me being a bit lazy here; I haven’t looked up what you’re talking about with the 30 & 87 connections, at the fuel pump relay?

    A test light regardless of how it is made; if it will light when connected between battery positive and negative; it will work to test continuity between positive and negative, of most circuits.
    The light bulb being the load on the circuit compared to or instead of the device that is being powered on that circuit.
    Just for example; if your fuel pump is the root problem. With a test light; you would connect one lead to the ground side of the circuit and the other to the power feed. If the test light likes; but the fuel pump didn’t run; then the most likely problem is a bad pump. There are a lot of other things that may allow a test like to light where the device will not run; but most times; it’s the device that has burnt out.

    Dan.

    Response From mike hammer

    hello dan thanks for the explanation. I just dropped the gas tank and when i looked at the pumps electrical connection i saw what i was unable to see when the tank was still in the car. that is that the recieving end on the fuel pump side does not have a true connection . what i thought wwas a plastic clicking electric connector was in fact just a collar of glue or sillicone holding the male end into what is left of the original female connector on the pump . With the tank out of the car i think i will be able to arrange something more solid. With the tank out and the terminals all cleaned and the male end held in place with some weight on top i am able to get the prime shot of gas when i turn the key. I have duplicated this 5 times without fail. I suspect that the last guy to have the car broke the connector then put some goop on there and held it in place. I have cut the male end of the connector off and will try to solidly install it with the tank out in the open where i have some elbow room and am able to arrange something more reliable. If I am able to repair\fabricate something which will reliably hold the connector and pass a couple of test shots should i reinstall it Or should i get a new fuel pump .

    Response From DanD

    If you can repair it and the pump runs; producing the proper pressure; I wouldn’t replace it.

    Dan.

    Response From mike hammer

    Thank you dan i have repaired the connector reinstalled the tank and everything else put the key in turned it and bang first shot it worked like a charm . with the tank out i was able to do some top notch cobbling and the connector is sound as a pound. Thanks for your patience. I have to say it is difficult to diagnose a problem like this when the fuel pump seems to work 1 out 10 times . this sort of unpredictable response is what kept me huddled over the relays.Everything looks good except the wire to wire connection i made about 3 inches away from the pump , the wires are twisted together and i have crimped a collar over the joins to solid it up but it is simply too cold here for electrical tape to stick well as i am working outside on the frozen ground.I will find some sort of non conductive and non temperature sensible epoxy to coat the joins. Thanks again Dan. Now all i need to do is try to find 1.5 square inches of new skin to replace the skin on my knuckles, man oh man oily wet skin sure breaks easily when its minus 15. All my best Mike

    Response From DanD

    LOL
    I know exactly what you’re talking about with the cold hands; but the idea of; I got you fixed, you bugger, makes up for all that.
    Merry Christmas
    Mike.

    Dan.

    Response From Tom Greenleaf

    Having some site problems with notifications so I'll suggest what I would do if you really suspect ice in fuel lines. You said it will at least fire up momentarily with what I call starting fluid or smidgen of gas in throttle body so you may be right. Simple ISOPROPYL dry gas should remove the water if not way too much. Regular methyl with only keep water from freezing.

    It won't bore thru the ice if stopped up now until you can warm up the whole car in garage if so. Play with the gas pedal really does nothing on a fuel injected car by the way.

    It smacks of a fuel issue but exactly what is going to be tricky. Do you hear the fuel pump when you just position key to run without starting? A fuel pressure reading may show zero if line or filter is really iced. If just low it's getting something thru so lines are open.

    If they use ethyl alcohol in the fuel you buy it shouldn't freeze easily,

    At the moment I won't even know if you replied unless I stumble on it! DanD may get a notice - can't say for sure. Sorry about that.

    Still - see if you can warm the whole car. Water will seek the lowest spot in lines. You need heat under car if ice is the issue and speed it up use a fan. I hope DanD catches this and can offer his ideas??

    T

    map sensor 93 plymouth acclaim

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    Question From richfrog on map sensor 93 plymouth acclaim

    the fuel pump isn't pumping to the injector and i have no spark. was told it might be my map sensor. Need to know where it is locatedand any other suggestions asap this is my main tranportation to and fro work. no car no work can't walk 100 miles round trip a day.

    thanks for listening
    Rich

    Response From DanD Top Rated Answer

    The map is usually found on the right shock tower, it will have a three-wire connector and a vacuum line attached.
    I don’t think a map would cause the fuel pump not to run or prevent spark but it’s electronics and anything is possible. Try unplugging it electrically the computer will use fixed values in its program, the car will run like crap but should run if the sensor has actually shorted.
    When you turn the ignition switch to the run position, do you hear the fuel pump run its prime cycle? You may need to get under the car near the tank to actually hear it while someone turns the ignition on for you. Or you could disconnect the rubber fuel feed line that leaves the shock tower close to the TBI unit and see if it will spray fuel into a container during the prime cycle. The prime cycle will only last 2 to 3 seconds.
    Is there an injector pulse at the injectors wiring harness to test that you should use a powered test light or a noide light so you do not cause damage the injector driver that is in the computer. These tools are a low ampage lights to check the circuit.
    Does the check engine light come on for a couple of seconds when the key is first turned to the run position?
    You say you don’t have spark if that is right you won’t have fuel other then the prime cycle. The computer needs to see spark or I should say a RPM signal before it will authorize the fuel pump to run again. It’s a safety feature no spark no fuel.
    These years of Chryslers had a problem with a feed wire corroding inside the wiring loom and not feeding the ignition and or fuel systems, but we won’t go there until you can answer the above questions. I don’t want to take you in the wrong direction.
    Dan.

    Response From richfrog

    well I'm back to ask about the feed wire you were talking about. I have a mechanic from my shop at work and he used to work on cars. he's as stumped as i am. he has checked the computer and has determined it has power. he only has a hand held reader and can't get into it.If you could tell me the which wire or the name i told him i would let him know and maybe he;ll know which one your talking about. I really appreciate this help.

    Rich Allen

    Response From DanD

    The feed wires I am referring to are the ones going to and leaving the auto shut down relay.
    You haven’t answered my questions about the fuel pump, the injector pulse or whether the power loss light comes on for a couple of seconds when you turn the key to the run position so it’s kind of hard to help from this end.
    But here’s a wiring diagram for what I’m assuming is your engine, a 2.5 liter 4 cylinder. There is more then one feed to the computer so finding one may not be enough.
    Start at the auto shut down relay and make sure the red/white wire has constant power to it and that the dark blue wire has power on it with the keys in the run position.
    The dark green/orange wire is what feeds the ignition coil, injector and a number of other items and will only have power on it for a few seconds with the key turned to the run position. (Prime cycle)
    After the computer receives and ignition pulse from the pick-up coil in the distributor the computer will turn the auto shut down relay back on to run the system.
    If you have the power feeds as I tried to explain then check the pick-up coil.
    To test the pick-up coil unplug it at the distributor, turn the ignition to the run position set up a way to test for spark at the ignition coil. Now jumper the two connections I’ve tried to draw in my diagram. Making and breaking the connection very quickly will make the computer think that there is an ignition pulse and fire the coil, turn on the fuel pump and probably fire the injector. Make sure you are jumpering the cars side of the harness not the pick-up coils.
    If it does that then replace the pick-up coil after you have checked that the ignition rotor is actually turning.
    Hope I didn’t loose you if so post back.
    Dan.




    Response From Snowblind

    Hey Dan, I'm having similar problems with my '92, 6 cylinder Acclaim. It just died one day. I don't hear the fuel pump and there's no spark. Could you possibly furnish me with the wiring for this vehicle. I'd SO appreciate it. One auto parts store told me it could be the coil and/or the control module under the distributor and that the module should lift right out. Well, it didn't. Who knows what he was looking at as all this took place over the phone.

    I'm kinda stranded here with no help. I did notice that right in front of the air cleaner, there's a little box that kinda looks like a relay. A couple of the wires are bare as they lead into this box. I have no idea what that "box" is. There's several wires leading into the end that I could see from the driver's side of the car.

    I don't know that much about cars, but I'm not afraid to get in there to check things out. Help if you can. Thanks.
    Snow

    Response From DanD

    Here’s the diagram for ya hope it helps.
    Dan.


    Response From Snowblind

    Dan, Thank you for the diagram. Don't worry, I'm not going to attempt to fix this myself. I just like to know what I'm looking at. Especially since I'm being talked thru some of this over the phone. It'll most likely end up in the shop... again... sigh. What I might do is check the error codes and put them on the other forum. Thanks again.

    Response From DanD

    I’m not at the shop right now but when I get back there I’ll try and post something for you.
    A wiring diagram is a great tool and can be very useful, as long as you have a working understanding of how the system is intended to work. If you don’t have this understanding then this tool is as useless as handing a plumber’s pipe wrench to a gynecologist. LOL
    After saying that if you have any other questions don’t be afraid to ask, we’ll all try and help.
    Dan.

    Response From Tom Greenleaf

    I'm not strong with Chryster products but will say that happened to a similar older one. Two faults at once and it turned out to be the computer which was located on passenger's kick panel and was getting soaked and salted by a rust hole.

    Just a stab - Try disconnecting neg battery cable for a couple minutes which resets computer if it works.

    Also - check owner's manual if the car has a resetable device that shuts the systems down in case of an accident to help prevent fires.

    Hope some others will jump in quick for you that may know more. I don't think the map sensor controls both, spark and fuel but I'm not sure,

    Response From richfrog

    THANKS A MILLION THE WIRE YOU SAID WAS BROKE!!!!!! IT WAS REPAIRED ONCE BEFORE BUT BROKE IN A DIFFERENT SPOT ..ALL FIXED AND RUNNING THANX AGAIN

    Response From DanD

    I tried to post earlier but got busy and didn’t finish so I’ll try and post more tomorrow when I’m back at the shop and hopefully post a wiring diagram for you.
    Dan.