Question about 1990 Plymouth Voyager
Would like some help. I have a 1990 Plymouth mini van that when I try to start it some time it will run then it stops some time takes up to 1 1/2 hour of trying to start it before it stays running . What do you think is wrong with it. thanks
Try replacing the Hall Effect Sensor that's underneath the Distributor. It consists of a round disk with a pick-up coil that senses rotation of the distributor shaft. The connection to the coil may become intermittent or open up completely. The engine will shut down when this happens. For a while the problem may be heat-sensitive or affected by vibration.
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
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