1998 Plymouth Breeze - Answered Questions & Fixed issues


There is a safety fuel cutout, it should have a yellow handel and in the back of the vehicle near the fuel tank. The manual will tell you where it is and how to reset it.

1998 Plymouth... | Answered on Apr 22, 2018 | 253 views


Do you know anything diagnostic's ? Using a more advanced scan tool to look at sensor data ? How to test automotive electrical testing ? Not just replacing part's . Learning how to diagnose , using tool's to test fuel pump pressure , pulling a spark plug to check for spark . Sounds like you should have a qualified repair shop diagnose the problem ,if you haven't all ready .
048 Engine Hard to Start or No Start Scan Data for Starting Problems
064 Emission Tests Scan Data Pre Check

Testing ,not guessing is the way to a fix.

1998 Plymouth... | Answered on Jan 01, 2018 | 125 views


Check YouTube for something similar.

1998 Plymouth... | Answered on Nov 23, 2017 | 111 views


May have drawn some water/alcohol into the fuel rail . How long did you attempt to start it ? Can you hear the pump hum when you first turn the switch on ? Try cycling the switch on and off about five or six times listening for the pumps humming to stop before cycling key again . This may help prime it up to the fuel rail .

1998 Plymouth... | Answered on Aug 17, 2017 | 60 views


Did you check the coil or coil pack? Also, I'm pretty sure that the crankshaft position sensor regulates the spark and not the cam sensor.

1998 Plymouth... | Answered on Jun 07, 2017 | 131 views


Power runs from battey to starter solenoid , from there to ignition switch and through neutral switch on the transmission shift lever. Tracking down shorts is easiest if you connect a 12v test light across the fuse clips and start disconnecting wires one at a time until the light goes out. But in your case I think a physical exam of the wires to the neutral switch may reveal your problem Good luck!

1998 Plymouth... | Answered on May 12, 2017 | 58 views


Try to find another vehicle. It is costing you too much time and trouble 1998 it is nearly 20 years old.

1998 Plymouth... | Answered on May 11, 2017 | 69 views


Sounds like a faulty bulb. Have you checked that bulb?

1998 Plymouth... | Answered on Mar 07, 2017 | 28 views


The problem is caused by a part called the air temperature control blend door or the blend door actuator motor (most likely both are the problem).. This is the part that diverts air across the heater core or the AC evaporator r mixes the air. To access these parts requires the dash be removed from the car.

1998 Plymouth... | Answered on Dec 16, 2016 | 120 views


It should be in the power distribution center, under the hood, hopefully, the fuse box cover will show you which fuse and relay is which?

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1998 Plymouth... | Answered on Oct 09, 2016 | 58 views


Under hood fuse box !

1998 Plymouth... | Answered on Sep 21, 2016 | 76 views


Have you checked the fuse?

1998 Plymouth... | Answered on Sep 21, 2016 | 37 views


Hello! The (+) battery cable is touching chassis ground at one of two likely places...#1...At the connection to the starter motor...#2...at the underside of the power distribution center...There are two Red cables leaving the + battery post...One is going to the starter motor and the other to the Power Distribution Center...
First...Disconnect the (+) terminal from the battery..visually inspect the connection point at the starter motor...Insure it is not near or touching ground....Follow the smaller of the two Red leads to the distribution center...The cover has the word "Positive" and an arrow pointing to where that Red lead terminates...Check for signs of burning...Visually inspect the Red lead from the battery to where it connects to the distribution center...Remove and inspect the underside of the Distribution center for a contact point to ground...Send a comment with results...Guru...Saailer

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1998 Plymouth... | Answered on Apr 11, 2016 | 95 views


You have no shocks per se, but you do have struts, which serve as shocks.
The answer is yes, particularly if you take a flashlight and see that they are wet somewhere.
Wetness indicates a leak of fluid.

1998 Plymouth... | Answered on Nov 12, 2015 | 71 views


That is a task you will probably want to the parts store and invest in a manual for. There may be youtube videos doing it. It will be fairly involved, and take a couple hours.

1998 Plymouth... | Answered on Nov 03, 2015 | 226 views


This is the only resource I can find.

1998 Plymouth... | Answered on Sep 12, 2015 | 79 views


It's a 98. But the first things to check and do are. Check for vacuum leaks, I would replace all the lines if I found one. Next is to clean the throttle body, idle air control motor, and replace the air filter.

1998 Plymouth... | Answered on Aug 26, 2015 | 58 views

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