Question about 1999 Plymouth Breeze
I have so many problems with this car right now..i know it needs new ball joints...thats a given..but can someone answer me this...what would make a car rev up to 70 - 80 mph in an idle position and then stall out *not all the time just most of the time* this morning i backed up after letting my car warm up a little and it stalled out in the middle of the street. so i put it in park, turned it off and then started it again...thats when it started reving up...so i revved it up a little myself b/c my fiance claims it helps *and it does sometimes but not this morning* it didnt stop revving up so i just put it in drive and it refused to budge...so i put it in park again and played around some more and then when i put it in drive again it moved slowly *like really slow* and then when fine...i have no clue what so ever as to why my car is doing me this way....i looked at the car fax report and say that it had a new transmission put in it awhile back and its only been in a rear passenger accident *which you cant tell* i dont know if that info helps but there it is* i just want to know what all i can do and if there really is a website that basically shows you how to fix it...i love my car but i might have to get rid of it if it keeps playing me...plz help!!!
Sounds like your car is not going in gear correctly. is the check engine light on? transmissson( speed senors) are known for going in these cars and it can feel like your transmission is going b/c it slams in gear and and stick in second( this is a saftey feature to prevent damage. When mine sensor went in my 99 breeze I knew something was up, it reved funny and slammed in drive but when I let my foot off the brake it moved very slow compared to normal so i knew something was up. If not sound like its getting too much fuel.. problem with your throttle maybe?
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