Like any other auto batttery. Side post or top post.
Alternator is not charging the battery
Like this,,,,,,, Don't do it.
I'm guessing you're referring to the temp sensor for the battery. It is on the front of the battery tray. It looks like a small plastic bulb with a wire running from the bottom of it.
A Plymouth Breeze does not have a reset button. The fuel system is computer controlled with relays.
It is under the air filter and right beside the battery on the drivers side. If you pop the hood, and look down behind of driver side headlight, you will see it
AnswerI had this problem on my '98 Plymouth Breeze. You can pull the fuse/relay and it will stop the horn but the problem is a short located on the airbag/horn button on the steering column. The airbag has plastic washers that wear out over time and allows the short to occur. The fix is to disconnect the battery, pull the airbag off and replace the plastic washers. BE VERY CAREFUL SINCE AN AIRBAG IS LIKE A MINI EXPLOSIVE DEVICE.
sounds like a battery issue
We like sea breeze but afraid of cyclone because sea breeze is a cool wind cyclone is a huge revoling storm
Warm breeze is not a simile, warm is an adjective for the breeze A simile would be like, the breeze was as warm as the sun.
The simile for a cool breeze is like having water run down your face
I imagine it would leak oil like crazy between where the engine and transmission come together... good luck!!
Pull the lower cover off the interior passenger footwell. look for a rectangular case about the size of a bible. There should be some cover over it. Remove the cover and the heater core is like a cartridge, it pulls out. You must drain water before attempting this.
Approx 300 miles in Highway and like 260 on city depending on the circumstances per tank or 19 to 17 mph respectively.
I like to feel the breeze up high in the trees...May the leaves from the breeze fall as they please.
Land breeze is just like sea breeze, but land breeze is created during the night. Its cooler.
Sounds like either loose or corroded battery terminal or bad fuseable like
sounds very much like a dead/weak battery, if the dash lights/dome light/radio/etc dim out when you try the key that's likely it. My lights turn on fine, put in a good battery and still have the same problem, any idea what the problem could be? Answer Starter (solenoid) You should check your battery connections. Make sure there tight
Corroded battery post connections, defective battery, or defective starter.Corroded battery post connections, defective battery, or defective starter.
sounds like a flat battery to me
a cool breeze blew across my face like a doves kiss
Brake warning light (Canadian) in US there is supposed to be "BRAKE" overlaid on the international symbol. Looks like a brake drum with shoes.
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.
Sounds like the belt is slipping and getting hot and/or burning on a stuck bearing. Do not delay to check it or have it checked out - you don't want to lose the belt at an unappropriate time.
My 96 Breeze did the same thing. Sometimes it would start again, other times it didn't. I took it to the dealer (after an independent shop said "you need a new engine") and it turned out to be the cam sensor. It has run like a champ ever since.