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1992 Plymouth Voyager 2.5 Liter, 4 cyl will not start

Battery is fully charged. Battery cCables are clean and good connections. Have replaced: distributor, starter and selenoid. Not so much as a "click".

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Check the ground from the battery cable, plus the one from engine to body. Frankster016

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Near the driver's side shock tower there is a bunch of fusible links near the battery. If they're not at the shock tower, they're under the battery box. What you may find is a couple of fusible links burned or battery acid has eaten through the wires. Simply replace the wires with fusible link and you should be good to go. You can get the fusible link at most part stores.

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