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I have a 1998 plymouth breeze that will not start getting fire and fuel the ASD relay is good as is the fuel pump relay. I have replaced the PCM/ECU camshaft position sensor troubleshot the engine control system completly to include the crankshaft position sensor all check out good and I still can not get the engine to fire up
Sounds like you jumped a tooth on your timing belt/chain. the wait to tell is first identify number 1 cylinder, then find number 1 on your cap, place a peace of tape right next to it or mark it with a sharpee marker or scribe a mark, however you do it mark it so you know where it is once the cap is off. then remove the cap and rotate the crank until you are at TDC (top dead cylinder) once there look at the rotor, if its not pointing at your mark than your valve timing is off and you need a new timing set. (if you cant find top dead then remove the valve cover and rotate the engine until all the valves on the number 1 hole are closed. once they are all close this indicates the compression stroke and number 1 is at TDC)
Posted on Feb 12, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1998 plymouth breeze won't start
I guess my problem was the new crank sensor has failed.
Replace crank sensor again , it has fixed the problem.
Not too sure if this was any help or not.
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
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look around the power steering pump, (Under or maybe behind) you should see a belt tensioner, loosen it and any other brackets close to that have a sliding point, once loose, the belt should slip right6 off, pay close attichion to the way it comes off, you don't wanna put it back on backwards, or your water pump will run in the wrong direction and cause it to over heat
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
You will need to locate the fuse panel that is inside the engine compartment. You will find it as a black rectangular box just above the battery. open the cover by squeezing the two clips loated on the right side of the lid (or was thet the left? I forget.) and opening the lid like a book cover. Voila! See those little grey (or black) "cubes"? Look at the inside of the lid cover. The "AUTO SHUT DOWN" and "RAD FAN" relays are posted as they are laid out. (The cover CAN be removed if it helps you)
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
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Yes, I had this on my 97 Stratus....could be a couple of things....one, the there may be damage to the wire connector harness going to that sensor. That was the problem with mine. I replaced the cam sensor, crank sensor, coil pack, mas sensor..etc...it ended up being a burnt spot on the wire harness. They said this is a common problem for the stratus/breeze/cirrus/intrepid.....the most it could be is a bad ECM....there is a bad pin on it located half way down the side where the big connector is. It is the silver block with the big wire harness going to it in the engine compartment. Try wiggling that around...the harness area.
Posted on Jan 19, 2010
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