I know the battery is behind the driver side frn front of the front wheel, remove the wheel, then remove the cover that guards from water, and there it is....
I have just changed the battery on my sons 96 breeze. Its easier if you remove the left front tire. In front of the wheel well, you will see a plastic cover held in place with several clips that can be removed by turning the clips 1/4 turn to left. pull the plastic cover off and you will see the battery. Use 1/2 in. socket to remove hold down, and 5/16 socket to remove cables. Total time Approx. 15 minutes.
Plymouth Breeze was created in 1996.
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Like any other auto batttery. Side post or top post.
you have to replace the t.p.s (throttle positioning sensor ) that's how i fixed the idle on my Plymouth breeze
Which drain plugs?
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.
Get a manual on your car.
On the bottom of the oil pan.
Plymouth does not use inertia/reset switches.
Did you check to see if both positive and negative cables are connected to your battery posts?
Engine and trans out the botom at the same time.
no special tools are needed
the sensor is probly bad or you have short in it
Use a measuring tape! Or take them off and compare... Seriously?!
Take the positive battery conn off for an hour
Code 7 2 is catalytic converter efficiency below required level
bad or dirty float on the fuel pump in the gas tank.
try transmission sensors
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It does not have a cabin filter.