Question about 1998 Plymouth Voyager
We put in a used 3.0 motor into my 1998 Plymouth Voyager Minivan. The motor has been unused for quite a while. Also, my husband unplugged the fuel injection plugs rather than using the master plug so we don't know where the plugs to be correct.
These plugs are not color coded. We are going to believe that they are hooked up wrong and assume that because the motor has not been used in a while that it needs to build up compression. We will continue to work on it and I will contact you if we need more help.
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
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