Question about 2000 Plymouth Grand Voyager
One day I went to go pick up my sister from work. She got in the van, we went to the gas station, got NO! gas, and started home. She works about ten miles from our house. We turned into our subdivision which is hilly. Started up the hill and the van jerks twice and shuts off!! It has been dead for two months. I am mechanicaly inclined but this has me stumped. The fuel pump is okay. The engine will act like it is trying to turn over but nothing. HELP!!!!!
Check the timing belt,remove the oil cap.....if you, can look at the valve train to see if it's moving when some one turns the key.........if it's not possible to see through the oil cap opening you may have to remove the valve cover if the valve train isn't moving the timing belt is probably broken.
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