Question about 2000 Plymouth Voyager
During warm weather only, the van will not start after it is run for several minutes. The problem never occurs when the weather is cool. Sitting with the hood up for 5 to 15 minutes allows the van to cool down enough to start. Initially, there is no sound when the key is turned. As it cools, a click is heard (solenoid) when the key is turned, becoming a series of rapid clicks as it cools further, eventually starting and running fine. New starter.
First MAKE SURE THE CAR IS COOL BEFORE TAKING OFF THE RADIATOR CAR!!!!!! failure to do this could result in major burns to the face!!! then check the radiator fluid make sure it is topped off also make sure that you arent just puttin water in the radiator make sure and put some actualcoolant the radiator should be filled with a 50/50 mix of water and coolant
if the problem continues you might want to take it to a shop
Posted on May 15, 2009
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