Question about 1997 Plymouth Breeze
Need to know spark plug gap
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
pretty har to say at this point, help me by telling what u checked and how u checked it. What engine is in the car?
The no spark issue could be any of the following: distributor, dist. cap, rotor, plug wires, spark plugs and engine coil.
Check the engine coil to make sure it isn't cracked, u can easily find it by following the center plug wire from the distributor cap.
I am not the most familiar with chrysler products myself, though i used to be a mechanic. I will look into this for you, but until i find a more precise answer, i am inclined to say it is the engine coil. I will get back to u very soon.
How did this problem occur? Did u come home one night and then car never restarted or did it stall somewhere as u were driving?
What i'm really interested in is knowing how you checked the engine spark.
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
All you need is a long prubar (or you can rent a tensioner wrench at the parts store) essentially a open end wrench with a 3 ft handle.
Put the tensioner wrench on the nub of the tensioner and pull back... this will release the tension on the old belt. Remove it from one of the pulleys, and then from the entire system.
Note how it is routed through the pulleys, and put the new one on the same way.
The car should have a sticker on the radiator support telling you the path of the belt.
Posted on Jan 08, 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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Drivers side fender well. Jack up the car and remove the front tire.
There's a section of the fender liner with a big picture of a battery on
it. You can remove that part of the fender liner via some thumb twist
screws and get to the battery.
Its easier if you remove the left front tire. In front of the wheel well, you will see a plastic cover held in place with several clips that can be removed by turning the clips 1/4 turn to left. pull the plastic cover off and you will see the battery. Use 1/2 in. socket to remove hold down, and 5/16 socket to remove cables. Total time Approx. 15 minutes.
Posted on Mar 16, 2010
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