Fuel. Pressure. 96 Plymouth. Breeze
A Plymouth Breeze uses ATF+4.
I have a 96 Plymouth breeze with 2.0 engine. Highway 44 mpg, city 36 mpg.
Between the front of the engine on the bottom and the radiator
I have a 96 Plymouth breeze-- to get to the flasher, you have to take the steering column cover off. major pain in the butt.
Check for fuel Check for spark
The idle speed is computer controlled and is not adjustable.
passenger side near firewall down low
It is located on the back side of the intake manifold. Kind of hard to get to but reachable.
the crankshaft censor is on top of the oil filter houseing!! its on the back side of the motor
The fuel pump and regulator is in the fuel tank. The tank has to be dropped to replace the pump or the fuel filter.
The complete system 8 ounces...... Just the a/c compressor, 4 ounces...
Time for a new car ! Not a Chrysler product !
Front, back, and transmission side of the block.Front, back, and transmission side of the block.
You migth need to replace spark plugs and maybe even wires and coil...
You don't. It uses self adjusting hydraulic lifters.You don't. It uses self adjusting hydraulic lifters.
Im going through the same thing on my 96 Plymouth Breeze...Ends up my oil pan rusted through! Now I gotta find a way to get to the last screw that's buried. If your oil pan isn't rusted through, make sure your oil filter and the plug are tight.
firewall to the right side of the motor (facing motor) around the front and one goes to the thermostat housing and the other goes down behind the intake manifold to the lower hose. They are not directional.
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.
put gas in it