how do you change a timing belt on a 1998 Plymouth breeze 2.0 liter engine
On a 1998 Plymouth Breeze : Both the 2.0 and the 2.4 liter four cylinder engines have a timing BELT
( Yes ) according to the Gates website ( they make timing belts etcetera ) the ( 2.0 liter ) four cylinder engine in a 1999 Plymouth Breeze IS AN INTERFERENCE ENGINE
Not without heavy modification. The '97s only had the 2.0 liter SOHC engine (same as most Neon's).
The idle speed is computer controlled and is not adjustable.
The crank position sensor on a 1993-1997 intrepid with the 3.5 liter is located on the passenger side of the transmission bell housing ( top ) breeze to change and usally fixes the cold starting issue with these automobiles ( usally ) for $40 or less it is worth a try!!!!!
where is the timing mark for Plymouth acclaim 1994 2.5 liter?
The crank position sensor is located by the crank shaft on a ford 350 xl 5.8 liter.
Pull the balancer then the seal. NOT EASY
Dodge, Chrysler, Plymouth no.
No the bell housings won't match each other.
I would check on the EGR. system, the valve and position sensor.
Chevy did not use a crank sensor on that year.
6.5 liter 389 4bbl puts out 335 hprsepower at the crank. The tri power puts out 360 horsepower at the crank.
THE CRANK SESOR IS LOCATED BEHIND THE STARTER ON THE 2.2.
It does not have 1.
yes the 7.3 DI power stroke has a Crank sensor and a Cam sensor.
the ckp for the 3.8 is located at the harmonic balancer on all applicatins remove the right side (passenger) tire and also the plastic shroud, you should be able to access the crank sensor from there You'll have to pull your harmonic balancer to change the crank sensor.