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How much does Plymouth Fury II repair and maintenance cost?

The cost depends on your car, the type of service, and where you live. Here are estimates for a selection of Plymouth Fury II services.

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Service type Oil Change for 1967 Plymouth Fury II L6-3.7L Estimate $102 Dealer Estimate $159 Savings 35.91% Location Denver, CO
Service type Oil Change for 1969 Plymouth Fury II V8-6.3L Estimate $102 Dealer Estimate $159 Savings 35.91% Location Denver, CO
Service type Oil Change for 1965 Plymouth Fury II L6-3.7L Estimate $102 Dealer Estimate $159 Savings 35.91% Location Denver, CO
Service type Oil Change for 1966 Plymouth Fury II V8-5.2L Estimate $102 Dealer Estimate $159 Savings 35.91% Location Denver, CO
Service type Oil Change for 1972 Plymouth Fury II V8-6.6L Estimate $102 Dealer Estimate $159 Savings 35.91% Location Denver, CO
Service type Differential/Gear Oil Replacement for 1971 Plymouth Fury II V8-6.3L Estimate $84 Dealer Estimate $124 Savings 31.99% Location Denver, CO
Service type Differential/Gear Oil Replacement for 1970 Plymouth Fury II L6-3.7L Estimate $84 Dealer Estimate $124 Savings 31.99% Location Denver, CO
Service type Differential/Gear Oil Replacement for 1974 Plymouth Fury II V8-5.9L Estimate $84 Dealer Estimate $124 Savings 31.99% Location Denver, CO

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Answers to common Plymouth Fury II questions

Q: Where is the fuel filter location? It is spitting and sputtering, backfires. Like either not running on enough fire or something
Answered by Jay
I'd suggest having the vehicle checked for correct fuel pressure. The filter is located in the tank and on the pump. Another possibility is that you're having an issue with Mass Airflow Sensor (https://www.yourmechanic.com/services/mass-airflow-sensor-replacement) (MAF). It would need to be...
Q: I would like to know if the tps sensor can affect the transmission shift.
Answered by Marvin
Hi there. Sounds like the transmission range selector sensor is failing. Check the harness to the range selector on the transmission shifter located on the housing of the transmission. Visually look at the sensor and see if its broken or...
Q: Not starting horn stuck
Answered by Spencer
Hello there, thanks for writing in about your 1999 Plymouth Breeze. A few different faults could cause the no start condition. To answer this fully, I would need to know what was done when disconnecting the horn - particularly, if...
Q: Transmission trouble shifting -1998 Plymouth Voyager
Answered by Jay
Hello. Try replacing the transmission control relay in main junction box. This is a possible cause of the code P1768. The P0700 (https://www.yourmechanic.com/article/p0700-obd-ii-trouble-code-transmission-control-system-malfunction-by-spencer-clayton) code should not pertain to your vehicle and may be an erroneous code. I would try the...

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