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Plymouth Voyager 1998, engine 3.0 l stalls, at first jerks after engine shuts down. Changed: wires, distriburots cap and rotor, sparks. After stalling starts easily. After a while of driving jerks and stalls again. After cleaning the PCM codes drive a few weks, and problem appears again.

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What are the trouble codes? Can be a lot of things, but still sounds like an ignition problem (bad coil pack?).

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SOURCE: 98 voyager stalls out when given gas

do you have a service engine light?
if so change catalyst. and both o2 sensors.

Posted on Mar 12, 2009

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SOURCE: 2000 plymouth voyager stalls

I had the same problem with my van, it turned out to be the EGR valve (emissions-gasoline-regulator) valve. It cost about $65, but well worth it!!! About a 20 min. job

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I ran into this problem this past winter and after going threw everything I finally solved this problem by taking off the fast idle servo and cleaning behind it with solvant If it gunks up in their it cannot function properly causing it to stall when idiling or coming to a stop. Try this simple solution it will more than likely work for you and keep it from stalling.

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The e g r valve is the problem,replace it to solve the problem.

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