Question about Plymouth Grand Voyager
Hi from uk let's not think negative waves? and just go back to basic process of eliminating ? what simple causes could be wrong ? if engine fired up then died? could be ignition fault or fuel supply? have you got spark when engine turns over ? if so check fuel ? is fuel pump working/delivering to engine ? from what you described engine did fire but died ? and now turns over but no attempt to start if fuel pump failed ? engine would normally start initially but die when fuel is used up in carb or efi system if you suspect cambelt/chain has failed you would have heard noise as pistons hit valves ?? then when you turn engine over ? it would spin faster with lack of compression does this make sense to your theory? i would think positive and do these diy checks as mentioned above first you may find fault yourself without spending $$$$$s for garage to charge for same checks?
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
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