Question about 1988 Plymouth Voyager
In cold weather (below 40) the engine will cut out as if the fuel was cut off. Once the engine is fully warmed up it runs ok. Only doesn't it in cold weather and will cut out at any speed. ( I have a standard transmission).
Engine will come back on after 2 or 3 seconds. As the engine warms up the time between cutting out increases.
Short in turnsignal switch will cause this. Next time it happens, put slight upward pressure on turnsignal lever and if sound changes you need a new turnsignal switch
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
The intake plenum gasket is leaking! I have seen this many times before. If you can turn a wrench it will be an easy fix, otherwise take it in and have them replace the gasket. Oh, I almost forgot, the plastic intake manifold needs to be replaced as well. The inserts that holds the manifold in place come loose and that is the root cause of the problem.
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
these vehicles have a very common problem that allows the flasher to click even though the signal is not on.. this is an internal directional switch problem and can either be taken apart and cleaned or replaced to correct the problem...
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
Those little shocks are gas charged, thus pressure increases in hot, and decreases in cold. Over the years they tend to seep, or leak a bit, thus, only work good in warm/hot weather. They have replacement ones at autoparts stores, and shouldn't be too expensive.
Posted on Dec 04, 2009
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