Question about 1993 Plymouth Voyager
Fuel pump needs 12 volts, 11.5 volts will not pump fuel. Under the van, below the drivers seat, there is a plug going to the fuel pump. Unplug the pump and check voltage while crannking the engine.
Or clean the battery terminals (both positive and negitave) and cable connections. The poor connections are most likely the preblem. It should also be noted that a vehicle this old probably needs the battery cables replaced, the post clamps become brittle and will not transfer voltage as well as clamps that are malable.
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
Have some one at the rear or near the fuel tank, if you do not hear a humming from the tank when you turn the key on then your fuel pump needs to be replaced but look at all your fuses and relays first
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
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