Blown head gasket.
Between engine and radiator,about in middle.
Mounted on top and inside the fuel tank.
how do i adjust my distributor for timing
it might just need to be reset Ihave the same problem with my breeze
Can not be adjusted, is controlled by PCM.
A Plymouth Breeze does not have a reset button. The fuel system is computer controlled with relays.
fronts are eith 6'' or 6.5'' and the rear are 6x9's
You need special equipment to do this correctly. Take it to a dealer for this.
45 - 51 psi is supposed to be normal
I have yet to find any for my '97....
how to change the reservoir of a power steering on breeze 1998
In order to advance the timing on a 97 Ford Aspire, a person will need a timing light, wrench, wheel chocks, and jump cables. A person needs to be careful not to damage the engine when adjusting the timing.
Valve timing is not adjustable on a stock engine. The timing chain is either installer correctly or not.
the only zerks are on the upper ball joints.
Valve could be hitting piston, not good. Valves may be bent.
There may be many reasons why a 97 Plymouth Breeze won't start after running it out of gas. Even after you've put gas back in, if the spark plugs are bad or the battery is dead, the car will not start.
yes, they are the same engine. however the neons changed the electrical connectors in 1997 so if your breeze is 97 or up then try to get a neon motor from 97 or up. if you cant, then you will have to change all the sensors.
(automatic) around 24mpg city and 32 highway, (manuel) 27mpg city and 38 highway.
None in the muffler, one oxygen sensor before and one after the catalytic converter.
well you bloddy air head, because it needs gas to start!
the horn fuse for the 97 Plymouth breeze is on the driverside of the dash. open the door and you will see a panel on the end of the dash. pull off the fuse is on the top row last yellow fuse (next to steering wheel).