Question about Plymouth Breeze
If you checked all the fluids I am sure this included the oil level.What you might have to do is have the oil pressure checked to make sure that you are not loosing oil pressure.This could cause severe engine damage.You should also chaeck to see if there are any codes in the powertrain computer module even if the check engine light did not come on.Auto Zone will do this for free.Hope this helps.Good luck.Let me know if you need more assistance.I checked to see if there were any service bulletins for this problem but did not find any.
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
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