Just put a used tranny in my voyager ran great. took it out of town,ran great. tried to start it up again same day, turned over but died. tried to start it next day, turned over then died. can smell fuel when trying to turn it over but it still wont fire. hoping its not fuel pump going out but not looking good. any suggestions?
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Re: 1992 plymouth grand voyager wont stay running
I can tell you its not the fuel pump.if you smell fuel then the pump is working right,you may have a weak crankshaft sensor though which would keep it from starting and running. but its definately not the fuel pump maybe you have water in your gas
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hallo first try to dicconect batery for one minute. this will reset (erase) foult code. do test drive and check error codes again (within 5 sec switch ignition key on-off, on-off, on. count mil flashes, write it down on paper. no 12 and 55 (end) are normal. everithing betwin are errors. if error 33 presist there is something wrong with AC reley or wiring. Marko
I ran into this problem this past winter and after going threw everything I finally solved this problem by taking off the fast idle servo and cleaning behind it with solvant If it gunks up in their it cannot function properly causing it to stall when idiling or coming to a stop. Try this simple solution it will more than likely work for you and keep it from stalling.
You have a shorted engine harness, this is not common but it does happen, heat and engine movement cause damage to the harness, this is most common on hi miler cars and vans, the only way to fix it is to start by looking anywhere the harness rubs, that is where the damage occurs.