Having problems with your 1996 Plymouth Breeze ?

I have a 96 Plymouth breeze and I have to keep putting water in it like every three days so it won't overheat. It doesn't seem to be leaking water so where is it going? Please help..

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 18-03-2019

Answers :

My first thought on this would be a head gasket problem. Knowing first hand that Chryslers are notorious for gasket prob where ever they might be. This would be with a white smoke from the exhaust that lingers. Second , might be it is going into your oil. This is bad for you and the engine. Check the oil level stick and see if it looks brownish. Also, look at the oil cap for the same. If so, it is going there. Hope this might help you.
\015\012 Michael A.
Most likely have a bad head gasket our cracked cylinder head. The engine is eating the antifreeze . Chech your oil level and see if it is high and/ or if the oil looks frothy ( thickened).
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