Question about 1996 Plymouth Voyager
This morning it started fine and I drove about 10 miles to work. about an hour later it wouldn't start( doesn't turn over) All electrics work so I tried to run codes. Nothing. After about 10 minutes I heard the fuel pump, and it started and ran fine all the way home. This has been doing this for years and is unreliable. Sometimes it will go for months without any trouble and then it will quit several times in a short time.
1- under the hood their is a two relays Fuel pump and engine cut off. locate both relays. Next time the vehicle will not start have someone inside the vehicle turn the key to start and if feel with your fingers the top of the relay and listen for the CLICK. It is possible that one of the relays is sticky. I would just replacement as they are only 10-12 bucks from most dealers and auto parts stores. If this does corrected the problem next time the vehicle does not start bang the gas tank with a sometime and try it again. If it starts after banging then you fuel pump motor is sticking
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
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