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Re: 1992 Plymouth Voyager 2.5 Liter, 4 cyl will not start
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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Thanks for choosing FixYa and welcome. Is the alternator new? If so, you need to check the connections and wires. Test them with a voltage meter to find out which one is not getting power. You could have a bad wire or loose connection/bad connection. It may be the alternator itself. If it is old, it will need changed. Make sure the battery post are cleaned and the wires have a good connection. Make sure the battery is fully charged. It won't charge up until you run the engine.
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I guess a good place to start would be to clean and check all battery connections, as well as all your ground connections from battery, as well as any straps you see attached from frame to engine, or to firewall etc. It sounds like you may have 2 different problems going on there. The power cutting out, as I said, sounds like bad connection, or alternator getting bad. Wouldn't hurt to have charging system checked out, as well as make sure belt and tensioner are in good shape. As far as stalling on turns, I'd remove the IAC motor (idle air control) from throttle body, clean it well and port it comes out of with throttlebody spray cleaner, and then re-install it and try that . If it cures the stalling problem, but starts to do it again later, replace the IAC. If your not sure what/where the IAC is, get back to me with your engine size, and I'll get you a picture of what to look for.