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How to remove exhaust manifold on 1999 plymouth breeze

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Which engine?
remove all bolts and bam, i's off.
only rust makes it hard, ever do rusty bolts?

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SOURCE: How do you remove the starter from a 1999 Plymouth

On a 2.0 unhook the wires from the back of the starter then there are 2 bolts that go through the nose cone of the starter into the block, you remove those 2 bolts and the starter will fall out.

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it is in the clock spring behind steering wheel contacts are broke completing circuit and making horn work

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SOURCE: where is the crank sensor located on 1999 plymouth

The crankshaft sensor is behind the crankshaft pulley or harmonic balancer. You can access this by pulling off your tire and the inner wheel well. Then use an air impact preferably a 1/2 inch or 3/4 inch impact to loosen the bolt. Next you will need a pulley puller to got it off the sensor is directly behind the pulley make sure you set the sensor to where the old one was set at.

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This is the section of the factory service manual that deals with the disassembly and reassembly of the intake plenum and the exhaust manifold. The posted numbers is the sequence of the disassembly and reverse when you are ready to put it back together. Torque values are also displayed. The exhaust manifold teardown for the 3.0L engine begins on PG. 17
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SOURCE: I have a 2001 plymouth neon. I need to replace the

no!!! jack up the front pf the car more toward the passenger side. when you get under there you will see the metal bracket that is preventing the bottom strater bolt from being removed.take out all (5) bolts for that bracket and use some type of pry tool to remove it. when you get that removed you will be able to fully remove the bottom starter bolt,turn the starter upwards so you can get to the wireing and disconnect it also. after that reach your hand under the front of the car and manouver the starter down through the front of the car and the removal is done!!!!! Installation is the reverse!!

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