Buy a valve cover gasket kit & it will include the seals that keep oil from getting in the tubes. You pull the valve cover & the seals are in the cover. You remove them from the inside. Make sure you understand how they go back in. There is a taper on the inside of the seal. This has to face the inside of the valve cover.
Replace the valve cover and plug tube gaskets.
The standard spark plug gap for a 99 Plymouth Breeze is between 0.035 and 0.040 inches. The specific gap varies based on the type of size of plug used.
Fuel? Spark? Compression?
Check for fuel Check for spark
A couple of different things could cause hesitation in a 1999 Plymouth Breeze including bad spark plugs. There could also be an issue with the fuel filter.
.050 inch.050 inch
Have you checked for fuel and spark? Camshaft sensor and or crank sensor will cause that problem as well!
There may be many reasons why a 97 Plymouth Breeze won't start after running it out of gas. Even after you've put gas back in, if the spark plugs are bad or the battery is dead, the car will not start.
the spark plug gap for a 2000 dodge/plymouth neon is 0.035 the spark plug gap for a 2000 dodge/plymouth neon is 0.035
There are seals under the valve cover that need replaced to repair oil on the spark plugs.
The crank sensor sends a signal to control the spark timing to the engine. If the sensor goes bad the engine may run rough or not run at all.
Check the ballist resister on fire wall !!!!
You migth need to replace spark plugs and maybe even wires and coil...
check plugs and wires. my 98 was leaking oil from the valve cover into one spark plug access hole, causing bad connection
If a plug is just stuck in the hole, it can be removed with the correct tool. You should use a spark plug wrench to remove it. Sometimes it just takes a little extra elbow grease.
Screwed in the head.
My Haynes repair manual says .048 to .053 inch for 1999-2000 year model 4-cyl 2.4L
Here are the engines that came in the 1969 Plymouth roadrunner,so the spark plug gap is the same for all. I sure would like to see it.1969 Plymouth Roadrunner 6.3L 4BL HP 8cylThe Spark Plug Gap.035 (In thousandths of an inch)1969 Plymouth Roadrunner 7.0L 4BL 2 Carb 8cylThe Spark Plug Gap.035 (In thousandths of an inch)1969 Plymouth Roadrunner 7.2L 4BL 8cylThe Spark Plug Gap.035 (In thousandths of an inch)
The only ways to improve mileage are to check tire pressures, replace spark plugs, replace air filter, repair any causes for the check engine light to be on.....
You will need a 3/8 ratchet with a spark plug socket (the one with foam inside for grip) and some long extensions. It is very easy to change them. I have had experience with my Breeze, trust me get a set of plug wires as well...mine were bad and I found out the hard way while on the road. Heat will damage them over time and cause a short especially if you see oil in the tubes which will require a valve cover gasket. Good luck!
First Thing to Look at Is check the fuel pump , Make sure you are getting Fuel up into the engine it is possible that one of the relays could be bad , which could stop the vehicle from starting