Why won't my 1998 Plymouth Breeze 2.4 L start?
Car stopped running while driving.
Replaced coil pack and cam position
sensor. Has cam code and engine
turns over but will not start. Used
aftermarket sensor. Can hear fuel
pump run when key is turned on. Any
13 hours later, your question has no answers and ZERO views- I am answering because I do not want anyone to feel lonely- but, c'mon, that should tell you- nobody gets excited about a Plymouth Breeze- if you are going to put time and money into a car, WHY one of these?
Are you getting fire? My wife's car Had a bad alternator. Replaced and while doing so I broke the timing belt. By doing that it wouldn't fire. I had no check engine light on but decided to scan anyways. Came back as cam sensor. So I started to check everything and seen the belt came off. Since I wasn't busy I replaced it then along with a full tune up. So what I'm getting at is why the cam sensor replacement? Did you happen to check to see if your timing belt was still on. AS far as the other comment, this car is actually better then any for or gm that I have bought my wife. Right now it has over 350,000 miles on it and it still run smooth as the day she got it. Even though at first I shook my head(I hate working on fwd cars) reg maintenance and yearly tune ups are the key to longevity of these vehicles.
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