Question about 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager
My 1998 grand voyager has no check engine lights on runs ellecellent but when i try to get it inspected they turn off car and it resets it self so it looks like i reset it when i run it then check it with my computer shows its ready soon as i turn car off you have to start all over again so if i can get someone too hook it up for inspection with out turning it off probably will pass why does it keep resetting soon as car turn off does have a memory fuse in it but it is good again throws no codes
If the ECM keeps resetting itself, try disconnecting one or more sensors with engine running, If you get no codes after this the ECM is malfunctoning
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You have a shorted engine harness, this is not common but it does happen, heat and engine movement cause damage to the harness, this is most common on hi miler cars and vans, the only way to fix it is to start by looking anywhere the harness rubs, that is where the damage occurs.
Posted on Oct 20, 2008
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
Disconecting the positive cale from the battery might claear it..
Or a dianostic machine or hand held code reader will clear it..
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Posted on Aug 13, 2009
I'd have fuel pressure checked, and at the very least, replace fuel filter. Not unusual to get multiple misfire codes due to low fuel pressure, thus starving cylinder(s), and causing the misfire code(s).
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
Yes the shops technician got it right. as per the error code which you mentioned.These 2 codes are usually caused by a faulty crankshaft sensor (P0321) & possibly an ignition module (P1361). When replacing these parts part attention to the female electrical terminals in each connection. They will sometimes "spread" & cause an intermitten open circuit. Check each female electrical terminal with an opposing male terminal. There should be a small amount of "drag" when connecting the two of them. Thanks.Helpmech.
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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