Question about 1997 Plymouth Voyager
I recently replaced the fuel pump on my 1993 Plymouth Voyager and haven't even put on 200 miles. The van will turn over just fine but will not start. When I turn the key, I can not hear the whirring of the Fuel pump. I nee to sell the Van asap and need it to start. PLEASE help!!
You should always hear the pump. Check the electrical connections after you check to fuse.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: fuel pump
yes the fuel pump is in the tank. There are relays and they are under the hood in a black box that should say fuses and relay. Under the lid of the relay box it should show you a diagram as to which one it is. If you are not getting fuel at all then it is most likely your fuel pump. Relays usually exceed the life of a vehicle. Please rate. Thanks.
Posted on Aug 25, 2008
SOURCE: 94 Plymouth Voyager Water Pump
thw water pump stuff you need is here
The heater stuff is here
Hope this helps! good luck!
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
Can't find my picture right now, but look for a relay with following wires in connector. Dark blue/w yellow stripe, dark blue, dark green w/black stripe, & red w/white stripe. that should be it.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
To do this you'll need to remove the gas tank, (if you can) run the van near empty. The tank is located on the passenger side. Start by Placing the van on jack stands, remove the battery ground, and you'll need to remove all of the wiring and fuel hoses to and from the tank with fuel filler inlet too. If my memory serves there are two large bands which hold the tank in place, these will have to be removed and carefully lower the tank. The fuel pump access is a large nut, of sort, on the top side of the tank. With care using a strap wrench you can loosen this retainer and then carefully remove the fuel pump with the sending unit.
I hope this may have assited you.
Posted on Oct 27, 2009
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