the sensor is probly bad or you have short in it
blown head gasket, cracked cylinder head, crack in the cylinder block
Since the Plymouth Breeze came only with a four cylinder, the oil pump would be driven directly off the crankshaft at the front of the motor.
A failed instrument cluster.
i would think it's a syncronizer inside the transmission
If you are not sure where to install the freon, it would be best to have a pro do it, due the dangers involved to you and the system.
you will not be able to find plymouth fuse box diagrams after 1976 models on the internet. you would have to find a chrysler deal and even they still might not have them
bad or dirty float on the fuel pump in the gas tank.
That means you need to get toa gas station.
The transmission would have to be removed, which is a really big job
Have you checked for fuel and spark? Camshaft sensor and or crank sensor will cause that problem as well!
The 'Sea Breeze' helps in cooling at coastal areas......
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.
this might not be the answer your lookin for but i would take the fuse out till it rained again that way its not always on and drivin you crazy
I imagine it would leak oil like crazy between where the engine and transmission come together... good luck!!
The Sharper Image Ionic Breeze can be found at a variety of online stores, including, but not limited to sites that sell a variety of items and the General Electric web site.
Thermal relay is stuck closed.
I would check on the EGR. system, the valve and position sensor.
No, the word breeze is not an adverb.The word breeze is a noun and a verb.The closest adverb form of the word would be breezily.
My horn on my Plymouth Breeze was under the front manifold of the car. Have a friend or family member get inside your car and honk the horn as you listen for it. I would advise wearing ear plugs though, unless your car horn doesn't work. If it is not working then look under the manifold in the grill slots, and also maybe underneath the manifold. I have seen them there before too.
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.
If you have installed any accessory that requires power, it may be that your positive or negative terminals are not properly tightened (or a bit loose), but it all depends on which fuse is blowing.
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.
The electric auxiliary cooling fan may not be working.