Question about 2002 Chrysler Voyager
One day my van runs perfect, no problems at all. Then the next day, it runs rough, dies and is difficult to start. It will run perfect for a few days again and then won't start for a couple of days after that. The check engine light isn't on so I can't hook it up for a diagnostic test. I've had the fuel filter and pump replaced, sparkplugs and injectors replaced and cleaned. Mechanics can't figure out what's wrong with it.
Have the mechanic look for a vaccum leak, and replace any old
vaccum lines, make sure the pvc valve is replaced.
Posted on Dec 04, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
HAVE SEEN THIS BEFORE AND THE STARTER HAS BEEN THE CULPRIT..HAVE NEVER REPLACED A FUEL PUMP ON ONE OF THESE VEHICLES AT ALL
Posted on Aug 31, 2009
Testimonial: "I replaced the starter. This job is quite substantial. Also found the nut connecting the cable to the starter coil was not tight. I think it is fixed."
SOURCE: 1992 Chrysler LeBaron 3.0 L.
the owner probably rerouted the fuel line because like my 92 chrysler lebaron v6 3.0 the fuel lines keep seeming to come off and the clamps always break. I have replaced the clamps 5 times in a month and replaced filters 2 times in 2 months. The only thing i could think of is that your fuel is being cut off possibly because there is no filter to clean all the junk out. Try putting a fuel filter on and see if that will work
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
wow a lot of codes, lets start with them....
P0351 ignition coil A primary/ secondary curcuit
P0300 random misfire detected
P0301 Cylinder 1 misfire detected
P0304 Cylinder 4 misfire detected
P0442 Evaporative emissions leak detected (small)
P0445 Evaporative Emissions System Purge control valve circuit shorted
I guess the first thing i would do, is insure that all the maintenance on this vehicle was up to date. Do an oil change and a tune up. Make sure you use decent spark plugs as a fouled plug or bad oil could cause a misfire. After you do the tune up, try running it some more, if the problem persist, you may end up having to replace the coil.
The evaporate emission leaks. These, especially the the 442 can be either a loose gas cap or a small leak in the vacume system. Insure the cap is tight passed several clicks and listen the the motor as it runs and try to hear any leaks. If you find a leak replace the faulty lines. Also inspect the vacume line for cracks and breaks.
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Posted on Mar 26, 2010
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