Question about 1998 Plymouth Voyager
That happened to me. My timing belt had broken. Here's a simple test. Lift the distributor cap by loosening two screws and lift the cap up to see the rotor. Have another crank it over. If the rotor doesn't rotate you belt is broken.
Posted on Oct 19, 2017
I would start by checking fuel pressure to the fuel rail. Just because the pump is running, does not mean that it has enough pressure to fire the injectors. You should have over 40# at the rail.
Posted on Sep 29, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there is a starter relay in the relay box. check for power going to the relay box , also have your check for voltage going to the starter . check for ing feed at the small wire also . before replacing any more parts , i would think that all off this was done the frist time?
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
Hello, I would assume this is your fuel pump inside your tank. I would first however do some basics like a general tuneup. For starters I would replace your spark plugs and wires, rotary cap and button and check your fuses. Run some injector cleaner through your system. You know quick simple cheap things before you get to the fuel pump inside the gas tank which can be kinda expensive. The warm up then dies can be caused by, "blownout or fouled," spark plugs. I hope this gives you a general direction in which to go. A sidenote is that coil packs do not normally run an igntion code and I for one do not like them becuase they are expensive.
Posted on May 20, 2009
Fuel Pump relay, Fuel Pressure Regulator may be faulty. A relay can be tested with multi-tester, and a pressure tester for regulator.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
Check the transmission neutral start inhibit switch is not the cause of your problem. (try both 'P' to 'N' positions).
If the headlights work ok there should be enough power in the battery to at least make a solenoid type noise when start is attempted.
Check the battery terminals are clean and firmly attached to the battery,
Check battery is properly grounded to the chassis and motor,
Check that +12v is available at the starter motor engage solenoid when the ignition switch is held in the 'start' position - check any start slave relay operation.
If all above is OK, you may have a faulty starter motor.
Posted on Oct 27, 2009
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