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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1992 Dodge Spirit
1992 Dodge Spirit Problems
A noise from the rear suspension may be noted at slow speeds over uneven road surfaces. This can be caused by a cracked or broken rear torsion bar. A damaged torsion bar will require replacement.
4 cylinder engines may develop oil leaks from the following areas: Camshaft plug, Camshaft seal, valve cover gasket, cylinder head gasket, and distributor.
Erratic operation of the speedometer may be noted on vehicles equipped with a passenger side motorized seat belt. This is generally caused by a failed Passive Belt Control Module (PBCM). Our technicians tell us that if the speedometer functions correctly with the PBCM disconnected the PBCM should be replaced.
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.
1992 Dodge Spirit Questions and Answers
all of that is very helpful but i dont think thats what it is when looking at the fron tires the one on the drivers side sticks out from the car and the one on the passangers side is flush with the...
there is oil in my exhaust pipe, oil and gas in my breather and all over my air filter, and my car misses and acts like its running out of fuel what could this be
my blower moder will not run
my rear defroster will not work
and my air bag light is on .
and it all happen at the same time
how do i change my water pump
1992 Dodge Spirit Reviews
Drive my car about 100 miles/day, sometimes more. Lots of highway. Electrical system for interior lights shorted out before I bought it, and it's not the worst thing in the world to not be able to see what time it is or the radio station. GREAT car, very reliable. Been a great high school/college vehicle. If only it didn't look like a top hat...