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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1997 plymouth voyager wont start
hi there under the fuse box where bad fuse was check to see if the plug connectors this is where the fuse plugs into it is probably burnt or damaged . disconnect battery and then unclip or unbolt fuse box look under box to see all wires that connect fuses are all in good shape replace female spade connector where needed and off you go also check to see if alternator is charging proper and not overcharging causing wire and or connector to overheat ok good luck i;ll be waiting response
Posted on Jul 12, 2008
Sound's like you have some sort of a short or an open, somewhere, i would first check your fuse box,
in your engine and in your dash with a test light. make sure all fuses are working, if you had an open or short it could be possible you blew various fuses with a certain surge of power..
Second.. if you have an aftermarket sterio and all said before turns out alright. then i would pull out and check the wiring in the sterio and all surrounding it, one could have been rubbing up on another bare wire or ground out.
Posted on Oct 26, 2008
SOURCE: Mitsubishi Delica 1997
I'm sorry to be the bearer of Bad Tidings but it appears either the Cylinder Head is warped or possibly Head gasket blown. I noticed in your brief description you Boiled the engine i.e. took it into the Red Zone Twice.
(Please I'm only trying to suggest possibilities and solutions so I ask Not to take this the wrong way or get annoyed with me I'm only here to help.)
O.k. Is it a 4D51 or 4D56 Diesel engine? Or the Petrol equivalent?
If Diesel? overheated severely this can soften the the piston rings causing Low compression hence poor starting if Petrol then maybe Water is seeping into the Cylinders weakening combustion of the fuel.(You really shouldn't try using/starting as more damage may ensue)
Either way major Surgery is required possibly a little more involved than you are possibly expecting,Before the engine can return to normal you MAY? need to replace Piston rings? after the cylnder head is removed then pressure tested. If o.k skimmed before replacing with New gaskets and all engine fluids.
Again I really am sorry I apologise profusely for not providing a easy quick fix for you? but at least you'll be in the Know and not get riped off by scoundrel Cowboy's.
Good Luck and Hapy New Year!
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
it more than likely is the starter. Often the solenoid wears out on the starter, and doesn't kick the starter motor on anymore.
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
Testimonial: "Thank you! It turned out that it was the starter, even though the original starter passed the test at the local auto parts store. "
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