Report: Automatic Transmission May Fail Due to Internal/Electrical Component Failure
Plymouth Breeze Problem
Average Mileage: 119,650 mi (96,600 mi - 172,000 mi)
The automatic transmission used in these vehicles have had a high failure rate. Failures can be due to internal component or electrical component failure.
Visitor, 1997 Plymouth Breeze, 100,000 mi
wants to shift to 2nd,and stay there!the transmission works good part of the time! I have replaced all the electrical compoments on the outside, and am looking for a manual to look at the in side! got any ideas
Visitor, 1996 Plymouth Breeze, 110,000 mi
While driving home from work, I stopped at a stop sign and it wouldn't move. It was like it would not go into gear or fell out of gear. I towed it home and once I got home it would only catch in the reverse gear. If I shifted into any other gear it just did nothing or sometimes it would catch in drive and slam forward hard. It also made this strange whizzing sound like something was spinning constantly. I don't have the money to invest in fixing the car so it has just been sitting. U pull and pay is about to get a call to come and give me what I can get for it!
Visitor, 2000 Plymouth Breeze, 96,600 mi
tran went out $1100, new computer,crank sensor, cam sensor, coil pack, wheel bearings, now the timing belt has broke. this car is about to be donated to local fire dept for extrication practice..........
Visitor, 1996 Plymouth Breeze, 172,000 mi
wont shift at all