1997 Plymouth Breeze - Answered Questions & Fixed issues

Possible ignition pickup coil or defective ignition control module.

1997 Plymouth... | Answered on Feb 06, 2018 | 65 views

If I were you sir I would check the fuel pump if you're adamant that hey I'm getting plenty of spark check your fuel rail pressure first check you feel pressure make sure you getting out of the fuel pressure and go

1997 Plymouth... | Answered on Feb 06, 2018 | 85 views

As I am not familiar with the model a description of the system/circuitry would have been useful.

The first rule of fault diagnosis is not to replace any components until testing has proved them to be faulty.

The main ECU has for many years mostly been integrated with the ignition amplifier. Assuming the ECU has no faults it will provide an output into a healthy ignition coil(s) only if it is provided with good current supplies, grounds and information from sensors.

It isn't enough to replace a sensor - it is necessary to ensure the information from the sensor is actually reaching the ECU by referring to the wiring diagram, checking continuity of wiring, voltages and suchlike using multimeter, scanner and oscilloscope as applicable.
In other words a back to basics approach...

1997 Plymouth... | Answered on Jan 21, 2018 | 28 views

How did you come up with code 17 on a OBD2 vehicle ? Should be a P0117 .

1997 Plymouth... | Answered on Mar 06, 2017 | 80 views

I would try new spark plugs and wires.

1997 Plymouth... | Answered on Nov 01, 2016 | 42 views

When it dies, pull a spark plug wire and put a screwdriver in it. Let it close to metal. Try to start the engine and watch for spark from the screwdriver. No spark. It could be the coil pack or crank sensor. If the check engine light is on, I would go after the crank sensor first.

1997 Plymouth... | Answered on Sep 17, 2016 | 51 views

Have you done any diagnostics? When the problem is ongoing, are you saying it cranks good but won't start? If so, engine cranking, did you check for spark at the plugs and fuel injector pulse? If your missing both, I'd check the cam and crank sensors. Don't replace anything unless your testing points in that direction. How long since a tune-up? Any applicable trouble codes? Some of the national brand auto stores will check codes for free or get an obd2 code reader.

1997 Plymouth... | Answered on Nov 03, 2018 | 94 views

You need a new car. Sounds like there is no water in the radiator, and if it got hot enough to start rattling, the engine is probably toast.

1997 Plymouth... | Answered on Feb 28, 2016 | 133 views

front wheel drive could be a failed cv joint could be a brake pad thickness alarm
have it checked out by an accredited service center that has experience on your vehicle

1997 Plymouth... | Answered on Jan 06, 2016 | 186 views

May be your cv axle.

1997 Plymouth... | Answered on Nov 28, 2015 | 190 views

If your automatic transmission in the dip stick tube located under the engine compartment.If you have manual transmission you might have to hoist the car up to service the transmission with fluid.John

1997 Plymouth... | Answered on Oct 31, 2015 | 543 views

With the key or via the back seat

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1997 Plymouth... | Answered on Apr 07, 2017 | 161 views

The coolant sensor is found infront of the overflow tank.

1997 Plymouth... | Answered on Jul 12, 2015 | 73 views

Hi havd a good look around it with a mirror or move your phone around it taking a video if you can't see other bolts in it try giving it a light tap with a hammer. There could be a dowell holding it. Regards Jim...

1997 Plymouth... | Answered on May 11, 2015 | 79 views

Hello Jeremiah, I agree you have a leak. The best way to find your leak is to use a cooling system pressure tester. Your leak could be as simple as a loose hose clamp or as complicated as a leaking water pump or a leaking head gasket .

1997 Plymouth... | Answered on Apr 27, 2015 | 70 views

YOu need to look on you tube. Either the coil is bad. This generates the spark. Or it is the signal which times the coil. This could be the computer or an input to the computer.

1997 Plymouth... | Answered on Mar 03, 2015 | 96 views

The doors and dampers of heating and cooling system is done with vacuum motors. You could have a bad vacuum motor but more likely there is a loss of vacuum. Either a vacuum line disconnected or the knob which opens different ports to control the various motors is leaking or clogged.

1997 Plymouth... | Answered on Feb 04, 2015 | 84 views

Sounds like vacuum leak or bad flapper door actuator.

1997 Plymouth... | Answered on Feb 04, 2015 | 119 views

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