Question about 1998 Plymouth Voyager
You have a pcm controlled voltage regulator... in other your voltage regulator is built into the pcm... you can either replace the pcm or have the voltage regulator reinstalled on the alternator... the latter is cheaper most of the time... its not as simple as unbolting it from the pcm and its not something a home user can try to do... better to take it to the professionals for this. try a good alternator and starter rebuilder in your area... then and only then can you start testing to see why the battery light comes on whenever
Posted on Dec 28, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Just trowing some suggestions out there, but, I would check the idle air control valve (solenoid) or the throttle position sensor. If they check out then my last guess would be the map sensor or the vaccuum to the map sensor. Hope I was able to help. Best wishes.
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
SOURCE: check engine light on
Cycle your key, on (not start) off, on, off, on. Leave it on 3rd time, and count check engine flashes. It will be a 2 digit number each time. For example: flash,flash, pause, flash, flash. Is code 22.
Flash,flash,flash,pause,flash,flash,flash, is code 33. There will be a little longer pause after each set of 2 digits. When you get flash,5 times, then flash 5 times again, that's code 55 which means end of trouble code message. have a piece of paper ready, write them down, and get back to us with results.
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
You'll have to find out what's causing the check engine light. Take it to Autozone, have it scanned for free then get back and let me know what they say.
Posted on May 06, 2009
I would check and make sure the connections to the starter are tight first. try tightening the big cable that goes from the battery to the starter. try to tighten both ends. try to tighten the battery cables them selves too. rule this out first before removing the starter because you could remove the starter and it may test fine and you will feel like putting it into a shop when the whole time the connections were not good enough. remember that DC current or battery power really needs very good connections when it comes to hi power items especially like a starter. if the battery connections are a lil loose the dome light and radio ( small power items will many times still work)
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
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