Remove the small plastic cover on the arm rest and door opening handle. Remove the screw under the cap. Pry open the speaker cover and remove the three screw that hold upholstry to the door. Pry the Upholstry from the bottom of the door. Lift upwards .Push the locking buttom though the upholstry and remove the panel carefully keeping note of connections and mechinical arms.
Very. not a diy job
Remove the reservoir, remove the old pump and install the new one.
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.
You must remove the timing belt to get to water pump.
Located in the fuel tank -probably have to remove for access
You have to remove the drive side tire and the wheel cover to get to the battery.
You have to remove the fuel tank.You have to remove the fuel tank.
Push up on it turn ninety degrees and pull.
Disconnect - battery terminal Raise and support vehicle Remove wiring harness from starter Remove mounting bolts Drop starter
Drivers side fender well. Jack up the car and remove the front tire. There's a section of the fender liner with a big picture of a battery on it. You can remove that part of the fender liner via some thumb twist screws and get to the battery
Remove wheels Remove caliper mounting bolts Slide caliper off rotor rotor should slide off
Remove the left front wheel and inside fender skirt. The rest becomes obvious.
I have a 1999 Plymouth Breeze. The fuses and horn relay switch is under the drivers dash. Open the drivers door and there is a panel that comes off. I replaced my relay switch and the fuse is good, but my horn still will go off by itself. So it was not the relay switch. Can't figure out what the problem is? The horn contact under the airbag has shorted due to the insulating washers breaking down, Remove airbag and replace collar washers. See my other post for detailed procedure. 10 Minute job if you have the replacement insulators in hand.
With your tongue.
On the automatic trans, you will have to remove the pan to drain.On the automatic trans, you will have to remove the pan to drain.
You have to take the grill etc off first then simply remove all of the bolts holding it on.
First remove the tranny and flywheel. Then remove the old seal and put the new one in. Then put everything else back on.
There are three or four retainers from inside the trunk. You then pull the light rearward.
First remove the inside frame from around around the raido (black most of the time it is real easy to pop off). Remove the screws from along the side of the radio and it should come right out.
It is held in place by a horseshoe shaped clip. the clip is removed by reaching behind the handle with a small pick and pulling the clip out.
you have to take off the driver side tire and remove that black plastic covering that goes around the wheel well... you'll see it
If u are talking brake rotors remove the calibers and the calibers support the rotor should almost fall off in your hand
I don't think it is possible to remove that, sorry.
it is in the block behind the timing cover. the timing belt drives the water pump so you have to remove the timing components to install the water pump.