On a 1996 Plymouth Breeze, the crankshaft sensor can be found above the oil filter. It should be accessible without having to remove any other parts.
1995-2000 Dodge Stratus and Plymouth Breeze.
A sea breeze comes from the sea and a land breeze comes from the land. Here are some sentences.At night, the land breeze blows from the other side of our beach house.We learned about the land breeze in class.Temperature differences will cause a land breeze and a sea breeze.
Like any other auto batttery. Side post or top post.
I have a 1999 Plymouth Breeze. The fuses and horn relay switch is under the drivers dash. Open the drivers door and there is a panel that comes off. I replaced my relay switch and the fuse is good, but my horn still will go off by itself. So it was not the relay switch. Can't figure out what the problem is? The horn contact under the airbag has shorted due to the insulating washers breaking down, Remove airbag and replace collar washers. See my other post for detailed procedure. 10 Minute job if you have the replacement insulators in hand.
one type is sea breeze and the other is land breeze
One FUSE PANNLE is on the drivers side in between the door and the dash, the other is under the hood next to the air filter case in the bottom right hand corrner.
Rear defrost - One side or the other, screws to body at back glass.
My 96 Breeze did the same thing. Sometimes it would start again, other times it didn't. I took it to the dealer (after an independent shop said "you need a new engine") and it turned out to be the cam sensor. It has run like a champ ever since.
My question to you is why? ABS works and is a great safety feature. If you REALLY want to.. unplug one of the wheel speed sensors. This will also disable your electronic traction control. Can't have one without the other.
I have noticed the same thing, and when looking through other sites, I came across someone who listed his complaints about the car and that was one. I think it's just the way they're made.
firewall to the right side of the motor (facing motor) around the front and one goes to the thermostat housing and the other goes down behind the intake manifold to the lower hose. They are not directional.
Breeze, gale and gust are other words for "wind".Cyclone, drought and waft are three more words.
Other words for melt are thaw, defrost, liquefy, and dissolve.
can happen when vacuum line is disconnected . look under hood to right of heater hoses. one vacuum line goes to heater valve (gate)on heater hose ,the other should go past this to a small sized metal object the size of a small lemon. if this is disconnected only defrost will work. I HOPE YOUR 91 IS SIMILAR TO MY 93.
He is buried with about 75 other Coolidges in Plymouth Notch Cemetery in Plymouth Notch, Vermont.
William Bradford and a few other settlers settled in Plymouth, Massachusetts, in December of 1620.
one is on a mountain and the other is a valley
The check engine light (service engine soon) comes on and stays on when a problem is detected by the self diagnosis system of your vehicle. Generally, the problem is in the emissions or something that is affecting the effectiveness of the emissions, but other causes can trigger the light to come on, too. To determine the cause, the vehicle will need to be taken to AutoZone or a shop that has an OBD2 scanner, or for 1995 and earlier models, an OBD1 scanner, While a scanner will not give you the magic answer, it will give you a code that narrows down the problem area.
The vacuum line that comes out of the dash next to the ac lines, near the trans dipstick, needs to have vacuum to it, If you have other melted lines you need to trace that line to the engine.
If the ice formed while the unit was operating it is a heat pump. The defrost board or whatever other control you may have to initiate the defrost cycle is probably bad. Switch the unit over and run the air conditioning, that wil defrost the ice until you can have it repaired.
It needs oil. My 97 Plymouth Breeze burns oil like crazy, I put more in every other time I fill it up with gas.
The 99 Breeze 2.4 L dohc engine is non-interference. I just went through a broken timing belt on my daughters car. The Plymouth Breeze with the X in the V.I.N. are free wheeling design. The pistons in this engine have cut-outs on their domes to allow clearance with belt failure. Some 2.4's are interference, on other Chrysler engines. Here is a good website to get information on timing belts and interference and non-interference engine applications for a variety of vehicles. http://www.gates.com/brochure.cfm?brochure=2256&location_id=3487&go=SearchGatesPopular
Probably not a good idea, because the dough would not defrost evenly throughout. Warmer places would begin to bake while other places would still be frozen.