How to Replace a Plymouth Acclaim Half-Shaft?

Answer Automatic and manual transmissions on the Plymouth Acclaim use a constant-velocity joint, which distributes power from the transmission to the wheels. When the engine is running and the vehicle is ... Read More »

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How to Remove & Replace the Front Wheel Bearing on a Plymouth Acclaim?

The Plymouth Acclaim was produced between 1989 and 1995. It came with one of four different transmission options and one of three different engine sizes: a 2.5 liter, a 2.5 liter turbo or a 3.0 lit... Read More »

How to Change the Serpentine Belt on a 1992 Plymouth Acclaim?

Owners of the 1992 Plymouth Acclaim should start examining the serpentine belt for signs of wear after 60,000 miles of use. The serpentine belt powers accessory systems in the engine, such as the w... Read More »

How to Check the Transmission Fluid on a 1994 Plymouth Acclaim?

Checking the transmission fluid is part of monthly maintenance that needs to be performed on a Plymouth Acclaim. If the transmission fluid is low, your car may not function properly or you may wear... Read More »

How to Replace a Half Shaft on a 2001 Impala?

The half shafts of your 2001 Chevy Impala connect the wheel hubs to the transmission. At each end of the drive shaft there is a CV joint. This joint allows the shaft to flex up and down as the whee... Read More »