14th Dec 2012, 17:10
99 Plymouth Breeze, one plug hole stripped, re-threaded and put plug in. Now hear a loud hissing noise coming from the general area. What is going on?
11th Mar 2014, 08:10
you can either go to Advance or Autozone for the EGR valve. If you wish, go to eBay motors, parts accessories. There you will find the parts to be much cheaper if you are willing to wait a couple days for the parts to come in.
22nd Jul 2014, 20:05
I promise you that bubbling noise is air getting into your overflow; just replace your radiator cap. It cost me over 8 hundred dollars because the mechanic said it was everything else, but that they all are rip offs, and I figured this out myself...
19th Aug 2014, 19:11
Hi, I just fixed this problem. The BCM (Body Control Module) which is located under the dash on the left hand side. It is connected to your fuse box, but the BCM going out or having a bad connection will result in the gauges, lights, etc. not working.
19th Sep 2014, 18:49
Place a tire patch INSIDE the overflow cap so it's sealed and is pressurized. Next check the air cleaner inside and just above the throttle body; it's like a straw that someone put a lighter to, then pinched it shut so no air. Get a new radiator cap. Add Lucas Trans Slip and have a real shop reset it. It will need a day of driving for it to truly reset. Fuel compression ignition. And MECHANICAL. That's it. People, just be patient. Inspect every part in detail.
31st Dec 2014, 22:31
How much did it cost to fix the oil leak? I think I blew my head gasket, and I also have a coolant leak and an oil leak. I am trying to see how much it would be to fix it.
11th Apr 2015, 02:03
You need a new battery. If it jump starts and runs, but is dead the next day, your battery has a bad cell and won't hold a charge. A car battery generally will last 3-5 years once placed in a vehicle.
Hope this helps.
15th Jun 2015, 23:05
It is true that water pumps do not wear out, but I purchased a vehicle once and it kept overheating. I eventually cooked the engine.
Out of curiosity, I pulled the broken one apart and found that the piece inside the pump that circulates the water had the baffles rusted off it, so I was showing no signs of wear or anything, but it was defective. What caused this was using water only for coolant, and that rusted the fins off the pump.
23rd Sep 2015, 15:21
If you have oil leaking on top of the transmission, I would take a look at your oil pressure switch, located on the back of your engine.
7th Dec 2015, 00:56
Never use water in today's cars, 1985 and up; these car are designed to use antifreeze because of the aluminium heads and engine block. If you have been using water instead of the required antifreeze, YES, you will have rust and corrosion in your coolant system, particularly in your water pump and radiator, and the thermostat too. If you find rust, flush the system and replace the water pump and thermostat, and you should be good after that.