It is on the driver side of the engine. It is right next to the camshaft sensor below the coolant pipes. It is about 6 inches away from the Throttle body.
one before the cat and one after
were is the cooling temperature sensor located on my 96 Plymouth grand voyager
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.
see answer for the 1999 Breeze
the TPS or throttle position sensor is located on the throtttle body which must be removed before replacing tps
tacodometer work off and on97 breeze
The 1997 Plymouth Voyager 3.0 liter engine coolant capacity is 5.5 gallons. The coolant should be at a minimum of 50 percent antifreeze.
It is in the fuel tank.
how do you replace the camshaft position sensor on a 1997 plymouth voyager 3l
You replace the rear wheel bearings for a 1997 plymouth breeze by taking it to a very skilled mechanic and just waiting it out. If you want to do it yourself I can't help you with that.
Take it to the mechanic
It means your coolant sensor is bad and needs replaced.
Not without heavy modification. The '97s only had the 2.0 liter SOHC engine (same as most Neon's).
If you mean for Coolant level sensor it is on the bottom of the plastic coolant dish on the passenger side of the car.
Open the drain plug on the bottom of the radiator.
Should be at the driver's side firewall
The coolant temp sensor is located next to the thermostat housing.