Plymouth Acclaim Repair and Maintenance Costs

A guide to repairs, service, and maintenance costs for your Plymouth Acclaim

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The national average repair and maintenance cost for a Plymouth Acclaim is between $276 and $338 per year. Repair and maintenance costs vary depending on age, mileage, location and service provider.

Plymouth Repair Estimates
1995 Plymouth Acclaim Service Detail: 3.0L V6, Front
Valve Cover Gasket Replacement
$57 - $136
1992 Plymouth Acclaim Engine: 2.5L 4 Cylinder
Exhaust Manifold Gasket Replacement
$263 - $358
1992 Plymouth Acclaim Engine: 2.5L 4 Cylinder
Exhaust Manifold Replacement
$373 - $695
1992 Plymouth Acclaim Service Detail: Front, Both Sides
ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Replacement
$460 - $614
1995 Plymouth Acclaim Service Detail: Upper & Lower, Both
Radiator Hose Replacement
$164 - $270

Plymouth Acclaim Problems

Engine Oil Leaks

On 4cylinder engines, engine oil leaks are common from the valve cover gasket, cam plug, and cylinder head gasket.

HVAC air flow switching to defrost under heavy engine load

The heating, ventilation and AC (HVAC) system may  change to defrost mode under heavy engine load conditions when low engine vacuum is produced. This can often be corrected by installing an additional vacuum check valve with reservoir to help stabilize the vacuum supply to the HVAC system.

Hesitation caused by plugged EGR back pressure tube

A hesitation on acceleration may be caused by carbon build up on the EGR valve back pressure tube. Cleaning the tube will generally restore proper EGR system operation, eliminating the associated hesitation.

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Plymouth Acclaim Questions

The alternator belt is very loose (1 answer)

I took off the old alternator and put a used one on the bolts are in but the belt is very loose. I don't see a tensioner

What could be causing the tick in my engine? 1992 Plymouth Acclaim (1 answer)

Recently had to replace the oil pan, and then replace the gasket again because it was done incorrectly the first time. I know lack of proper oil flow can have really bad effects, so I am just trying to figure out where to start and see if it is even worth it.

Fuse is good for brake lights, bulb is good for both brake lights. Brake lights are not working??? What else could someone check besides those two things to get them operating again??? please and thank you....! (2 answers)

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Plymouth Acclaim Recalls

Seat Belts Fail

The seat belt anchors may not be secure. Dealers will replace the traveling safety belt lock bar assemblies free of charge to resolve the concern.

Front Seat Belt Latch Sticks And Fails To Secure Belt

The front seat belts may not buckle and latch securely. Dealers will replace defective buckles free of charge to resolve the concern.

Front Air Bag Sensors Not Secure

The front air bag impact sensors may not be secured properly. Dealers will secure the sensor attachments to their brackets free of charge to resolve the concern.

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Plymouth Acclaim Reviews

I am the 2nd owner of this 95 Plymouth acclaim. My mom and dad bought it brand new.paid 14,225 for it It has been a very sound Running dependable car.I just had to replace the Head and water pump and housing.Hopeing it lasts a few more years. I hope it lasts a few more years
front end popping noise don't know if it ball joint are sturt
I bought this car with 30,000 miles on it. Ran fine until the Head gasket blew. Replaced and ran fine until the timing belt broke at 135,000. Replaced and ran fine until 244,000 and the water pump locked up and broke the belt. It never used a quart of oil between changes and always got 20+ mpg. Well, my problems started when I had a well rate shop replace the pump and belt. The mechanic showed ...

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