1988 Plymouth Sundance from North America
Big quality for low cost
I had general things go wrong as with any high mileage car.
I replaced the timing belt at about 120,000.
I replaced a couple of sensors.
The biggest thing with this car was the paint, it started flaking off after about 95,000 until my white car was almost completely gray.
This was my favorite car I ever owned.
It was sporty, reliable, easy on gas and a blast to drive.
I have yet to find a car with seats as comfortable as the ones in my Sundance.
My Sundance got me hooked on Chrysler products and I haven't looked back. I am on my 4th Dodge. The only reason I sold the Sundance was for more room.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 26th April, 2004
23rd Feb 2006, 14:30
Hey I was just wondering if you knew of anywhere I could get a picture with the parts listed on it... You see I am so not a mechanically inclined female and my 1988 sun dance has broken down... something is wrong and oil is spraying out of a hole and I need to know what that hole is so I can get the thing fixed... I love my sun dance and I would like to keep it instead of selling it... if you could help me out email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
23rd Feb 2006, 17:29
I would suggest that you go to an auto parts store, or even Amazon.com and buy a Hayne's Manual or Chilton's Manual for your car. These are very detailed repair manuals for the do-it-your-selfer, and they break out the car's different systems with troubleshooting guides, and detailed diagrams with step-by-step instructions for how to check and replace things. These manuals run about $20.