1993 Dodge Shadow Repair and Maintenance

A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 1993 Dodge Shadow

1993 Dodge Shadow Problems

Engine Oil Leaks

4 cylinder engines may develop oil leaks from the following areas: Camshaft plug, Camshaft seal, valve cover gasket, cylinder head gasket, and distributor.

Fuel pump failure

The fuel pump may fail resulting in a no start condition. Our technicians recommend replacing the fuel filter whenever the fuel pump is replaced. Failure to replace the fuel filter may cause the replacement pump to fail prematurely.

Failed Distributor Pick Up Plate

Vehicles equipped with a 4 cylinder engine may develop a no start or stalling condition, most commonly caused by a failed distributor pickup plate.

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1993 Dodge Shadow Questions

it cranks but won't fire (1 answer)

this vehicle needs a lot of work, I would like to get it running first. Thank you.

My car engine is knocking. I had it fixed but i recently still here it knocking. (1 answer)

I drive my car long distances about 100+ when I noticed the noise.
I took my car to the shop and they told me it was the blow out bearing. so they replaced that and got a new clutch kit.
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[125,000 mile on the gauge.]
[just had the oil ...

Brake peddle to the floor to stop, is it master cylinder? (1 answer)

Brakes out, had to push down pedal to the floor to stop.

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1993 Dodge Shadow Recalls

Driver's Seat Mounting Bolts Break

The lower mounting bolts for the driver's seat may break, resulting in the seat becoming loose while driving. Dealers will replace the lower seat back attaching bolt on the driver's seat with a higher strength bolt that includes a self locking nylon patch free of charge to resolve the concern.

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