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98 plymouth breeze wont start turn key to start nothing just seat belt light

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Make sure battery connections are clean and tight . make sure battery is good and fully charged, chek all fuses.

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I got a 99 Plymouth Breeze and it wont turn over. It will act as if it wants to but it doesnt. The Battery is still good but it wont turn over. any help on this.


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How to change the serpentine belt on '98 Plymouth Breeze?


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