Question about 1998 Plymouth Voyager
Had a minor wreck and after getting the van back from the impound lot it wont run
Hello, problem might be the "INERTIA" switch. On some vehicles if they are hit to hard/tilted to much, the Inertia switch is tripped and it stops the fuel pump so fuel will not keep coming out after something happens. I would guess that your owners manual will have where it is located. If this is the problem then just push the button (one top) back down and you should be able to go. Hope this helps.
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