its a lenghthy job , first remove tire and unbolt and move the brake caliper out of your way, then unbolt the CV shaft nut and remove washer. Now for the fun part remove rotor so you can see wheel bearing case. Proceed to heat the bearing casing and bolt with a torch till it is red hot, then break the n
bolts loose with your 11mm socket, the CV shaft will need to be pushed back far enough to get the socket on straight and take care not to strip the heads of the bolt. The wheel bearing comes off as a unit with the hub. replace with new one and put everything back together in reverse order.
The battery is inside the left front fender, in front of the tire on a 1998 Plymouth Breeze.
You take off the left front wheel and housing. It isn't under the hood.
Between the front of the engine on the bottom and the radiator
Remove the left front wheel and inside fender skirt. The rest becomes obvious.
On the front of the engine, near the rad fans.
It is under the inner fender liner in front of the driver side front tire.
Since the Plymouth Breeze came only with a four cylinder, the oil pump would be driven directly off the crankshaft at the front of the motor.
Front of the trans, below where the cooler lines attach.
It is under the hood, in the box at the front driver side.
It is inside the front of the engine, driven by the timing belt.
The front tires need to be off the ground.