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Voyager keeps stalling

Hi we need help ...our 98 voyager keeps stalling after running for about 10 minutes or so we have had the electronics looked at changed both the crank and cam shaft sensors and it still does it ..fuel pumpis working as when trying to restart the car the petrol smell is very strong if we sit and wait 10 or so minutes the car will start and go for a while longer then do the same thing ....we are not getting any codes and have tried numerous mechanics who are as baffled as us ..i house bound with 4 boys in the holidays any suggestions welcomed

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  • Anonymous Feb 08, 2009

    i have the same problem with my Town & Country 2004 after a few minutes running it will start running rough and stall. The engine light is on and reads to rich to lean bank 1. I changed the plugs but that didn't work. The guys at the parts place can't help and they have never seen it before. Can anyone help?

  • zadmat Feb 08, 2009

    I have the same problem except the engine light is on and the error code says ...to rich...to lean...bank1. The van after running a few minutes will hesitate and run rough like it wants to quit. Sometimes it stalls and i can get it restarted and then may stall again if i don't get the rpms up high enough. Please help as the guys at the parts store have no idea and have never seen this before. I did change the plugs but not the wires yet.

  • seeta25 May 08, 2009

    While driving my chrysler voger it can just cut out while im slowing down maybe in traffic. had to call out the aa who don't know why!!

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