Question about 1996 Plymouth Voyager
Battery charged. Terminals and distribution box clean. Turn the key and all the dash lights come on. Turn key all the way to start and nothing happens. No power drain when the key is turned. Fuses OK as is the starter relay in the dist. box.
Then the next thing to check is the starter itself, are you hearing any popping noises from the base of the motor? The starter should not be hard to change. Once you pull it out you can take it to the autozone and they can test it for you. The starter solenoid may be bad also, but these are normally attached to the starter. I hope this helps give you some insight.
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
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