Question about 1999 Plymouth Neon
Step-son has a 2000 Plymouth Breeze 2.4L car. Couple of weeks ago he said it started getting hot. Eventually it died and would not start at all. We checked the fuel pump and it was working. Checked the coil pack with a multimeter and it was good. Upon further research I found that if either the camshaft sensor or crankshaft sensor are bad it won't get any fire at all from the coil pack. When I went to remove the camshaft sensor I found that the wires were melted and looked like they had been for a long time. To the point the melted plastic just came off like dust. Anyway I can replace the wire I just need to know what color the wires are and where do they go or connect to?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hello, I would assume this is your fuel pump inside your tank. I would first however do some basics like a general tuneup. For starters I would replace your spark plugs and wires, rotary cap and button and check your fuses. Run some injector cleaner through your system. You know quick simple cheap things before you get to the fuel pump inside the gas tank which can be kinda expensive. The warm up then dies can be caused by, "blownout or fouled," spark plugs. I hope this gives you a general direction in which to go. A sidenote is that coil packs do not normally run an igntion code and I for one do not like them becuase they are expensive.
Posted on May 20, 2009
SOURCE: 1999 plymouth neon fuses
Start by checking for a wire shorting to ground if that checks good you will need to go thru the circuit and check the amp draw at each component, fuel pump,ignition coil,ect. until you find the bad part
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
SOURCE: plymouth breeze
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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SOURCE: 1996 Plymouth Grand Voyager SE
This looks like you have the fuel tank vacuum. When is in repaus, the tank is sucking some air. When you start the engine, the fuel pump is sucking the fuel from tank and if this don't have a breathing hole or if this is clog or obturated then the fuel pump cannot **** anymore fuel and the engine stops. If you let it for a period of time alone then the tank might **** some air but not enough, so the engine will start but the simptome will show again. I had this simptomes with my car. Try to remove the fuel tank cap and see if you can drive more than 6-7 miles. If so, then the special breathing air hole in the fuel tank is clog. Identify it and clean it. I am not so sure about this problem but is just an ideea. Might be helpfull, who knows? Otherwise should be a PCM problem. In this case you should make a computer test. Good luck!
Posted on Feb 16, 2011
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