Question about 1996 Plymouth Voyager
Need spark plug gap
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Go to the autozone website at autozone.com and register your vehicle. It's free and you will have access to a full online repair manual for your vehicle. Hope this helped and best wishes.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
Just getting ready to do this fix as well. The filter is located under the car beneath the drivers seating area. You have to release pressure in the system by taking the gas cap off and releasing the pressure at the valve on the fuel injection rail. After that it's just three slip connectors and a screw / bolt to remove and replace.
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
The BCM is located on the drivers side under the the steering column. It is behind the fuses and to get to it you have to remove the bash board plastic, than a pice of metal and than you have to remove the fuses box. It will take you approximately 20 min to remove everything. Once you remove the BCM you need to take note of the Part Number P/N. It has to be the same P/N on the replacement BCM. You can use any BCM from years 1996-2000 but make sure the electrical configuration is the same as yours (Power windows, alarms, etc.). I bought my BCM on the junk yard for 35 dollars and my car works perfectly.
I hope this may have assisted you,
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
The coil pack unit's circuit #3 drives plugs #3 and #6 directly from the PCM. If the cam sensor was defective, it should not fire any plugs. Suspect bad wiring from the PCM to the coil pack, the PCM unit itself, or a segment of the camshaft position sensor surface has lost magnetism causing missing signal to the PCM. An oscilloscope is the best test instrument for chasing down a missing pulse problem. The missing timing signal also explains why the PCM would report a 'bad camshaft sensor'. Hope this helps!
Posted on May 12, 2010
Testimonial: "I appreciate the in depth explanation of what could cause those specific plugs not to fire. I was told to maybe try changing the crankshaft pos. sensor. I figure it can't hurt. Thanks a lot."
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