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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: plymouth breeze
its behind the drivers side wheel well. look by your front left tire in front of it and you should see some butterfly nuts. its a weird spot for a battry lol i know, i have the same car
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
You would need to remove it and look into the passage that is covered in black soot. there is usually a little poppet that moves up and down to allow the exhaust gas to pass thru it, some are vacuum operated and some are electric. you can push the poppet open and scrape out the carbon with a little screw driver, generally they dont get all that pluged up on newer cars. I looked at a picture of yours at auto zone.com It appears yours is electrically actuated. If either the electric actuator or the position feedback in the valve are bad you would need to replace it. You could attempt to clean it and move the poppet up and down it could just be stuck
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
Bolts up to the side of the throttle body where the in take air duct come from your air filter. held on by two small bolts, has four pins and round short cylinder looking.
Posted on Jan 07, 2010
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