Question about 1997 Plymouth Grand Voyager
My van just shuts off while driving down the road. We thought it was the fuel pump but it works just fine, it is like something just quits telling it to send fuel to the motor. Help. Thanks
DID YOU CHECK THE FUEL PRESSURE WITH A FUEL PRESSURE GUAGE, AND MAKE SURE IT IS WITHIN SPECS? IF SO THEN IT COULD BE YOUR IGNITION SWITCH...THE PROBLEM IS, TO DIAGNOSE IT IF IT IS THE IGNITION SWITCH, THE VAN MUST BE IN THE "NO START, OR NO RUN" STATE AT THE TIME....
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