Question about 1997 Plymouth Voyager
We had to replace trans due to wrong fluid. Engine ran great, after replacing trans engine misses to the point that it shuts itself down. Checked for broken connecting rods, bent push rods bad plugs/ gap/ wires. Checked resistance and spark fron coil pack. checked for vaccum leaks but found everything ok. Any suggestions?
Check the gap of the crankshaft position sensor. You can buy a stick-on button for it at a Chrysler dealer or just eyeball it and get close. The sticker attaches to the end of the sensor, when you install it you push it all the way down to touch the tone ring and tighten the bolt. When you hit the key to start, it scrapes the sticker off and you have the correct gap. Or you can loosen it, push it all the way down and then lift it up about one millimeter or so. I hope this helps.
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