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1998 plymouth Breeze

I have a plymouth breeze but it won't start. the car has had the timing belt changed on it and a week later it shut off and never started again. Someone said it is running off of 2cylinders but then others say they never heard of that before.

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That is possible I have had cars do that before. although fixing it will not be easy because of the setup. You need to get the front cover off and check the timing marks to see if the cams are in time with the crank if one cam is off you can lose one or more cylinders...

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