Question about 1996 Plymouth Grand Voyager
I have a 1996 plymouth grand vouger 3.0 It did stop while driving changed and replaced: 1. fuel pump 2. fuel fillter 3. ignition coil When I pull the cable off the distribution cap and have a helper try to start, I could not see the spark (blue light) when I unplug the primery coil cable (inpuy voltage) and test there is no reading when the ignition is on when I ask to start it I get a plus of 12 volt any help some one said the crankshaft sensor may the case I check th ASD releay and pine 1,2 has about 80 ohme pins 4,3 and 4,5 give a short circuit
Check all your fuses and relays and make sure they are good and in tight
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Do me a favor and cycle the key to on, then off, then on, then off, then back to on,& leave it in the on position.(not start) Now watch & record any flashes of the check engine light. You will get a number of flashes, then a pause, then more flashes. for example: 3 flashes, pause, then 3 more, would be code 33. It will always be a 2 digit number. 2 flashes,pause then 5 flashes, is code 25. When you get 5 flashes, pause then 5 more, that's code 55 which means end of message. Get back to us with any codes that flash.
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
SOURCE: 1999 plymouth neon fuses
Start by checking for a wire shorting to ground if that checks good you will need to go thru the circuit and check the amp draw at each component, fuel pump,ignition coil,ect. until you find the bad part
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
SOURCE: Car dies or loses power
My 1995 died after rain storms and high humidity,my mechanic changed the distribution cap, the wires and ignition and its find now 181,000 and still going strong.
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
I'd have fuel pressure checked, and at the very least, replace fuel filter. Not unusual to get multiple misfire codes due to low fuel pressure, thus starving cylinder(s), and causing the misfire code(s).
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
possible causes of oil fouled spark plugs include bad/worn valve stem seals, worn or scratched cylinder walls, broken /leaking piston rings
Posted on Jun 13, 2010
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