Question about 1998 Plymouth Breeze
Hello! I would suggest having a look at the Brown wire that connects to the starter solenoid...It may be touching chassis ground...Also check the Large Red lead that attaches to the starter...One or both are touching chassis ground...If the Red lead is against ground it will not blow a fuse, in that it is connected directly to battery...And give the systoms that you have...Guru...saailer
Posted on Feb 13, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
this depends on your level of mechanical expertise - it is an internal water pump, meaning you will need to disassemble the timing components to service (this is also a good time to replace the timing belt, as it needs to come off anyways and the belt is relatively inexpensive). if your vehicle has the 2.4 liter engine, there is nothing very difficult about this timing belt. however, i tend to caution people about attempting this if they are inexperienced, as reassembling the timing components incorrectly can cost you and engine. good luck!
Posted on May 28, 2010
SOURCE: i am putting the timing
about the only thing that i would look into is the cams being off which will have your valves open and whenn the piston is trying to go all the way up it is stopped by hitting a valve. Not sure if you have looked into this yet and I'm not saying you are dumb but sometimes i even overlook the obvious. i hope you didn't try to force it to turn if this is the case as this will bend the valve and could be stuck open but you said the cams are moving free so i don't think this is the case. Check and make sure your timing marks on the cams are lined up and then try moving the crank. Not sure if that's your problem just trying to help and i hope it does help. Just incase you don't have a picture of the timing marks I gave you a copy incase you need.....good luck....Here's your picture:
Posted on Mar 18, 2011
Hi this actually sounds about right, does not sound like there is anything wrong, serpentine belts do not fit right up to the edge on the camshaft, crankshaft or any of the pulleys there should be a gap of about 1/4 of an inch, this allows for automatic tension to work correctly and if it were right to the rear of the pulley it would eventually slide back towards the engine look at the other pulleys to see weather the gap is similar if it is then there is nothing to worry about hope this helps,
Posted on Oct 08, 2011
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