Question about 1997 Plymouth Grand Voyager
We replaced the distributor and timing chain on our 97 Plymouth Grand Voyager and now it won't fire. could the timing need to be set and how do you set it? What could be causing this?
All timing marks aligned and distributor rotor pointing at # 1 cylinder at TDC as it should? All that has been confirmed properly aligned? What engine?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there is a starter relay in the relay box. check for power going to the relay box , also have your check for voltage going to the starter . check for ing feed at the small wire also . before replacing any more parts , i would think that all off this was done the frist time?
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
You can replace just the cam sensor, I've done it, but it's kind of a delicate job. You have take apart the distributor to do it, it's not hard to do, you just have to have a little mechanical aptitude. If he's intimidated by this type of thing, you can always get a used one. I think I could probably buy a whole van for $1200.
Posted on May 05, 2009
Contact the parts store that sold you the timing belt and they should be able to give you the timing settings on your van.
You know if you are going to keep doing major work on your van it would be worth your while to purchase a Chilton's book that is specific for your van.
Posted on May 20, 2009
The problem is not with the switch, it's the blower motor resistor. The resistor is usually located in duct work near the blower motor. It will have 4or 5 wires going to it and is held in place with a couple screws. These things generate heat, so they put them in duct work so the fan blows air across them to keep them cool. Sometimes the plug gets hot and melts, you should be able to buy the resitor and the plug with wires (pig tail) from an auto parts store or a dealer. The resistors are usually about $50 the pig tail is about $30.
Posted on Dec 03, 2009
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