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Were are flasher fuses.on a plymouth breeze 99

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its behind the drivers side wheel well. look by your front left tire in front of it and you should see some butterfly nuts. its a weird spot for a battry lol i know, i have the same car

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SOURCE: coolant tempature sensor location

Should be threaded in to rear of cylinder head, on 2.0L

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SOURCE: fuel pressure 98 plymouth breeze

It should be 47 to 51psi.

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SOURCE: how to replace front springs and struts on 99

you need to have a professional do this. if you remove the nut on top of the strut without a spring compressor tool the spring could kill you!

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You may need to install shims between the starter.

Posted on Jun 21, 2010

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1998 plymouth breeze hazard flasher fuse keeps blowing


check the hazard switch pull the switch and put a volt meter on the connections with wiring connected to switch if it don't respond or just gives you a L.O your switch is bad and shorting out could happen just from being used a lot or something internal broke switch for that shouldn't be all but 50$ or just go to a parts/scrap yard

Jan 22, 2014 | 1998 Plymouth Breeze

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99 Plymouth breeze won't start


what is the other posible reason a 99 plymouth breeze wont start it rolls over well i change the crank sensor,camshft sensor,ignation coil but won't start

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How to replace a fan relay on a 99 plymouth voyager?


The fan fuse in the 99 Voyager is located in the
under-dash "Power Distribution Center" - the fan fuse is #24 (40Amps - Orange).

How to replace a relay: pull the old one out, then correctly orient and insert the new one.
Its almost impossible to make an orientation mistake, since relays generally can only be
inserted one way (they're deliberately designed to be impossible to insert incorrectly).

Flashers are located either on the bottom of the fuse block or on a module under the dashboard (instrument panel). They are replaced by simply pulling them straight out. Note that the prongs are arranged in such a way that the flasher must be properly oriented before attempting to install it. Turn the flasher until the orientation of the prongs is correct and simply push it firmly in until the prongs are fully engaged.

The 99 Voyager "Power Distribution Center" is located:
Front seating area, driver side, under dash -- see photo below.


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For completeness, here's the remainder of the fuse directory for the "Power Distribution Center"

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Here's the directory of the Relays in the "Power Distribution Center": Note that
"fan relay" is not one of them.

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Photo of location of "Power Distribution Center" - essentially its under the steering wheel.

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For completeness, here's a photo of location of the engine compartment "fuse block":

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Here's a directory of the 99 Plymouth Voyager engine compartment "fuse block"

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then viewing/enlarging them using "Microsoft Picture and Fax Viewer," which should open
these images automatically on most Windows computers by double-clicking on the image file.

Sep 14, 2011 | 1999 Plymouth Voyager

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I have a 99 plymouth breeze. My friend was


You may need to install shims between the starter.

Jun 21, 2010 | 1999 Plymouth Breeze

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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.


check your ignition fuses and make sure the ground and power prongs on the battery are not corroded and tight, also it that does nothing tap your starter lightly with a hammer to loosen it if it wants to roll over. its your starter....

Feb 03, 2010 | 1998 Plymouth Breeze

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