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I'm having starting problems with my vehicle.
Hi there. First off your engine needs three things in order to start. Your engine needs compression, fuel and ignition. The most common problem other owners with similar vehicles to you have is a fuel pump and filter in the...
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Q: Car jerking while driving
If the transmission is not shifting gears even after a fluid service, the problem may be internal transmission failure. I do not suggest driving a vehicle with these symptoms as you risk damage to the engine. You will need to...
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Q: Brake fluid leak
It sounds like you may have a bad wheel cylinder. Unfortunately, wheel cylinders on drum brakes have rubber seals that will deteriorate over time and will not seal and will leak. I would recommend having a technician come out and...
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Q: Stalling at stop lights
Hello there, a few different faults could be causing your 2000 Plymouth Breeze to stall. The most common would be the fuel pump, MAP sensor, fuel filter, battery, alternator, battery cable, or a wiring fault. To have all these items...
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Q: Car won't turn over
Hello there, a no-start condition is a very common fault. The most likely causes for this to happen on your 1999 Plymouth Breeze would be a battery, starter, battery cable, ignition switch, wiring harness fault, or an open circuit. Have...
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No spark to coil pack or wires
Hello. The problem is most likely the engine crank sensor or CKP for short. The CKP measures engine speed and notifies the engine's computer when the engine is at #1 cylinder top dead center so it knows when to fire...
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Oil under car
Oil leaks generally will become worse over time. Locations where leaks commonly develop are at the valve cover, oil pan or camshaft and crankshaft seals. The source of the oil leak will need to be located, and then the leak...
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driver side lower ball joint rubbing rim.
Hi there. The control arm bushing can cause the lower ball joint to rest on the rim. If the bushings are missing, the lower control arm will move forward or backwards with the vehicle during turns. This can put a...
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Q: Engine idle fluctuates and dies.
Hi There! It sounds like you may have a dirty or failing idle air control valve causing your engine idle to fluctuate and eventually stall. In the mornings it is normal for the engine idle to be a bit higher...
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Engine stalls. Then after 5 minutes or so it will start back up.
Either there is an issue with the brake system or the transmission. If the brake system is free and you can push the vehicle is neutral, then the issue lies with the transmission. The transmission may have a clutch that...

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