I have a 1992 Plymouth Sundance. It has a 2.2 lt engine and 120,000 miles. The car died last night on the road and would not start back up. It's getting spark and fuel and it also is cranking ok.
Thursday, January 4th, 2007 AT 5:25 PM
When you crank over the vehicle, does it sound like there's any compression? If not you may have a broken timing belt. Try pulling off the oil fill cap and look down inside the valve cover, shine a light to see if the cam is turning. If you don't see the rocker arms moving up and down, the you've broken the timing belt. Good luck, hope this helps