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I am trying to find out how to remove the front axle3 on my 1996 plymouth breeze to replace the transmission

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Strut ,lower ball joint, tie rod Brake Caliper, and all on trans side Must come off

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Where is the input and output sensors on a 99 plymouth breeze 2.0 ltr


Yes you will need to remove several components in the drivers front area of the engine compartment to get at the speed sensors. You may need to remove the battery as well as the battery tray. Computers may also be in the way. The trans cooler hoses will need to be removed from the teams mission to replace the input speed sensor.

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