Question about 1994 Plymouth Voyager
After driving a short distance my van quits. If I drive it in reverse it runs without stalling out. what could be causeing this problem
Check the wiring harness on top of the transmission for rubbing thru and shorting, there is a bracket the harness attaches to near the battery and most of the time when the transmission is removed people forget to clip it back in place or the clips break and it will rub on the shifter shaft and arc out when the tranny is shifted in certin gears or when the engine moves while driving, sounds like this could be your problem good luck and dont forget to rate this, -jeff
Posted on Sep 18, 2008
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