Question about 1992 Plymouth Voyager
I turn the key and I hear the fuel pump make its noise. Then I hear it reving, but nothing happens after that. The battery is fine, in fact it has been replaced a few times thinking that was the problem. I have also replaced a few wires thinking that was the issue. I am at my wits end here. I don't think its the cold, as it has started in colder weather then this before. The block heater is plugged in. It does seem to only happen in the winter though.
I know nothing about this kind of stuff, and really need some help with this. I had it taken in to a shop last year, and they told me it starts fine and that I am basically crazy.
Hi! You need to check for slack connections from the key switch to the pump also u should check the pump.What could be happening is the armature bushings are worn causing the armature to pole.
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
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