Yes, idling in park.
ambient/battery temp sensor hi
It is... 31- Bad Evapotator purge solenoid circuit or driver
You should check your fluid levels, your oil and coolant.
Trouble code P0171 means:System too lean (Bank 1)
double check with a service manual, but you should be able to just drain it unbolt it replace the gasket and bolt on a new one
Code 7 2 is catalytic converter efficiency below required level
Check the coil pack or the cam position sensor
check your water...
Check for fuel Check for spark
Have electronic vehicle speed sensor in transmission checked out. It will cause loss of speedometer function and set a fault code(check engine light).
make sure gas cap is on all the way and drive it a few tanks and see if it goes off by itself.
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.....
To change the thermostat on a 1997 Plymouth Breeze 2.0, a bucket should be placed under the vehicle where the hose for the thermostat is. This will catch any leaking antifreeze. Remove the hose clamp from the top radiator hose where it connects to the engine. Note how the thermostat is positioned in the hose. Remove the old thermostat and replace with a new one. Tighten the hose clamp after reconnecting it to the motor. Check antifreeze level and refill if necessary.
check your fuse box. That fuse might have short circuit
check the coolant in the radiator it may be low.
Try oiling the hinges on the door. Replace the check strap. That is the part between the two hinges.
cycle the key three times and count the blinks of the check engine light
Start by checking the 1997 Plymouth Breeze for proper fuel pressure. Also check for any loose connections at the crank position sensor or the coil packs. Any of these could cause the stalling problem.
Could be hundreds of reasons. Have your local auto parts store plug in a code reader and retrieve the code(s) to help determine the cause.
Check the engine ground before replacing parts. I have a 97 Plymouth Breeze that would not turn over, but the lights and radio worked. After replacing 4 parts (starter/solenoid, ignition switch, crank case sensor and safety switch), it turned out that the engine was not grounded properly. Once the ground was reattached correctly, car started.
A 1996 Plymouth Breeze that starts and runs until it warms up, but then stalls might have a problem with a temperature sensor. The sensor is telling the computer that the temperature is too high for the engine to operate safely. Check the Electronic Temperature Sensor or the Manifold Pressure Sensor (MAP).
if you disconnect the battery for at least 5 minutes then reconnect it ,it will reset the check engine light
Check out the related link for instructions on how to change the fuel filter in a 1999 Plymouth Voyager.
You can reset the light with an OBD2 scan tool, but it will come right back on unless you have the problem fixed that set the trouble code in the first place.