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I don't know what kind of oil is used in a 1999 Plymouth Breeze. Is it 1040 or 1030 or any other kind. Also, what happens when the check engine light comes on..

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10/30 is good

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Hi!
Take your vehicle to an AutoZone, Checkers or similar Autoparts store, have them read the computer's trouble codes, this is a FREE service, they will give you a print out of the codes and their description. Ask them also what kind of oil is recommended by the manufacturer for your engine model and mileage. I would use 20W50 oil for high mileage vehicles.
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