how do you change a timing belt on a 1998 Plymouth breeze 2.0 liter engine
where is the timing mark for Plymouth acclaim 1994 2.5 liter?
it is screwed into the side of the transmission on the front side of the van.
Under the van, along the "frame rail", about half way front to back.
Dodge, Chrysler, Plymouth no.
No the bell housings won't match each other.
The 1995 Plymouth Voyager with front A/C only can hold a maximum of 36 ounces of R134a refrigerant. If your vehicle has dual A/C then the maximum is 52 ounces.
it is not required to replace both O2 sensors at the same time, 98 can be checked by a scan tool, have it scanned by a shop and they can tell you if the other O2 sensor is bad
The transmission would have to be removed, which is a really big job
Yes it is, matter of fact i got one in my front yard. new vavles time Yes it is, matter of fact i got one in my front yard. new vavles time Huh?
( 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
Pull the balancer then the seal. NOT EASY
on the alternator
Not easily, they are not really compatible.
Less cheeky answer: 4.5 quarts with an oil filter change, 4.0 quarts without (pg. 186 of 1995 Plymouth Voyager Manual). Try not to overfill; that could aerate your oil and make you lose oil pressure.
The last Plymouth was in 2001. The Chrysler/Dodge 3.3L V6 holds 5 quarts of oil.
No, different bell housings. Different bolt patterns.
It will take you about 3 hours to change a water pump on a 1993 Plymouth Voyager 3.0L. If you are unfamiliar with this water pump it will take a lot longer than three hours. The water pump is inside the passenger side of the engine, driven by the timing belt.