Question about 1998 Plymouth Voyager
Truck was running fine till this happen
You most likely sucked sediments into the fuel from the fuel tank. first thing is to replace your fuel filter. If it improves then gets worse again replace the filter again. If the you don't see much or any improvement after replacing the filter, pull a fuel injector out, do not disconnect it and place it in a small glass (or something similar) then crank the engine. if you get a nice fine spray in the shape of a cone then it is getting the proper amount of fuel. reinstall the injector and repeat for each one, but only one at a time. whichever injector is not spraying properly needs to be cleaned (i would take it/them to a repair shop to have this done). I would also flush each injector line before reinstalling any injectors. always capture this fuel and don't reuse it. you don't want raw fuel getting on the anything - even a hot exhaust manifold could ignite the raw fuel. if this is not for the 1998 Caravan you have listed and it is carbureted still replace the fuel filter and make sure there is enough fuel getting to the carb. if it still runs rough rebuild or replace your carburetor.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You forgot to mention the FLOATER in your tank,To do this, you have to drop the tank but be extra careful you're working with gasoline.De-pressurised it first before you start. Oh yes, disconnect battery.!!
Posted on Dec 09, 2011
This engine is electronically controlled so the first thing that must be done here is to have the systems control computer tested for fault codes and then do the proper diagnostics based on those codes.
Posted on Jun 07, 2012
You can go to the public library and see if they have a manual for your year and model or something close. Mitchell's publications are an excellent service trade manual, but not all libraries have them. Those manuals will have an emissions routing diagram covering the tank to the engine.
Alternately If you remove the ring that retains the sending unit, you can lift it slightly to see which of the two larger diameter barbs goes to the fuel rail or the TBI, and the other which is simply the return line from the fuel rail or TBI. You will also see which is the larger hose to go forward to the carbon canister for tank vent. the smaller one would be shown on the engine decal as going to the tank, usually off a seond tap on the carbon canister.
If emissions are going to be bypassed- which I cannot reccommend, the three important lines out of the tank are the fuel out from the fuel pump, the return off the rail or TBI and the tank vent itself.
The lines themselves are run along the stub frame inboard from the road and secured at every transition point or every 12 inches. The old holes should be visible for the mounting stub of the retianers.
Posted on Oct 28, 2012
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