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99 voyager overheating. Has oil and rad fluid. Think it is the temp sensor not turning on. The oil light comes on and the engine is smoking only after a 15 min ride?

Recently gave it a tune up and had one spark plug wire not fully contacted...Fixed that now hearing whirling grinding noise....Think it's the Disty.

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Ok im not fully reading this because your words are not spelled right. redo this and i might be able to help you, i think i know what you are saying but not sure.

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SOURCE: engine oil sensor switch on a voyager 3.3 litre location

i believe it is on front of the engine by ac compressor it screws into the block

Posted on Dec 27, 2008

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SOURCE: NO START

Try having the cam and throttle position sensors checked.

Posted on Jan 23, 2009

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SOURCE: plymouth grand voyager 1991 3.3l v6 se

Sounds like you need to check for a vacuum leak.(hissing noise) Also try this,: Cycle key, on, off, on, off, on, and leave on (not start) & count "check engine" light flashes. Always a number, a pause, then another number. For example: 2 flashes,pause, then 2 more is code 22. 3 flashes, pause 5 more, is code 35 etc. When you get 5 flashes, pause, then 5 more, that's code 55 which means end of message. Try that and lets see if any codes come up & go from there. Get back to us with what you find.

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SOURCE: i have a 1996 3.3l MFI plymouth grand voyager se problem

I would try a tune up.

Posted on Jul 09, 2009

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SOURCE: How to change the back three spark plugs on a 99

it is easier from under neigh,,,or universal & strait extensions,,either way is hard,,,

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