Question about 1999 Plymouth Voyager
I own a 1999 plymouth grand voyager 3.8L engine. When the problem initially started, everything electronic died off one by one (radio, headlights) I had someone jump me and the van went about another 10 feet before dying again. I put on my hazard lights and they were going in and out but when they were on, all of my inside lights were also blinking with the hazards. At that point I believed it to be either the alternator or the battery, I replaced the battery first...ran until the battery ran out of juice, took the alternator out and had it checked at autozone, the alternator is running where it should be. I am now lost on where to look next, I was thinking the voltage regulator but I am not positive and I am not sure where to find it either
If your alternator is good and your connections are good (alt and battery) then sadly the voltage regulator is not letting it charge your battery, the regulator on this vehicle is part of the ecm and is not seviced seprately Hate to give you bad news because the ecm is not very cheap. Hope this helps Bill
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i can tell you its not the fuel pump.if you smell fuel then the pump is working right,you may have a weak crankshaft sensor though which would keep it from starting and running. but its definately not the fuel pump maybe you have water in your gas
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
Take it over to a Auto Zone store they advertize that they will read the diagnostic cods for free. with the check engine light on there are codes logged in the cpu. the codes will point you in the direction to go. this will save you lots of time.
Posted on May 25, 2009
Just to make it clear...I didn't say that the regulator was drawing power, ranthe that if the alternator checked out, the regulator may not be allowing it to charge properly.
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
SOURCE: overcharging alternator
This year it is not supposed to be in the computer,look on the firewall in the middle,I believe it is flat,and has a three wire connector,but only two wires in the plug,see if you can find it.
Posted on Feb 26, 2010
Try using your key (after reconnecting battery) on the drivers door, to lock, and unlock it. There are so many different vehicles with different methods, you may have to call dealer service dept, with your VIN # and name, and they should be able to give correct procedure to disarm security system. Check owners manual as well.
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
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