Question about 1997 Plymouth Breeze
I have a 1997 Breeze 2.0 and it is a great head gasket blower. It is on its 4th at about 140000 miles (bought it at a Federal Gov't GSA auction with 13K on it-always had regular oil changes at 6000 miles with filter) -with the past 2 being Chryler "improved ones"!! It now uses 1 qt of oil every 120 miles. No oil in the coolant, no smoking out the exhaust pipe, and no noticeable leakage down the back of the engine as it did when the 2nd head gasket failed and the engine started on fire. I would think that, with all that oil useage, somewhere it should be apparent as to where all the oil is going. My email is email@example.com if anyone has any ideas as to the solution of this problem. Otherwise, the car runs real great and delivers good gas mileage. Thanks, Fred
Posted on Apr 01, 2012
The first hing I do with any neon crank no start that I get is check the timing belt to make sure it is turning. If it isn't it broke.
The next thing I do is check for fuel pressure. If there is none it probably needs a fuel pump and I make sure it is getting power and ground before I replace it.
Lastly I check for spark. There are a bunch of things that can cause no spark.
See if all of these are o.k. or not and let us know what you found. I'll happy to help further once we know a little more about what is missing (fuel, spark, etc.)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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