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1995 Plymouth Voyager

Car was running fine, I stopped at the store and when I came out it started but it was choking out for about 20 seconds and then ran fine. It brought home with no problem but when I went out the next morning and started the van, it wouldn't start. Fuel pump is engaging, I can hear it go on, checked fuel filter. I was thinking the timing belt had broken but I checked and the belt is there but I have no way of checking the timing. I checked air and it is getting air and right now I am a little mystified as to what is going on. Any help would be appreciated.

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  • rmuniz9336 Sep 14, 2008

    Apologies, missed that one. Will check it it out though.

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Hadn't thought of that. It has been raining pretty heavily the last several days, should have remembered that from the days of points and plugs. Let me check it out.,

Posted on Sep 13, 2008

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Check if you have spark.

if you dont have spark then work from there....

is it cold in your place now? it could be water condensation and it is affecting your high voltage ignition coil or your distributor.

tnx 4 using fixya,

drcool

Posted on Sep 13, 2008

  • francis rivero Sep 13, 2008

    hello rmuniz,

    please use the " add a comment box" in the future.

    i think you use the answer this button that is why your comment has been considered as an answer.

    and yes, please do check if you have a spark.

    tnx again,

    drcool



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