Question about 2000 Plymouth Voyager
Did a small bump fender bender..turn off the van at the time then restarted and drove home. next day go to start van and auto shoutdown relay is clicking..i changed the relay and same thing..go to turn key and get only relay clicks..then hav to take out relay or undo battiery to stop the clicking
The last time I saw this, it turned out to be a bad ECM due to shock. This was a Grand Caravan which didn't have any major damage as a result of the colision.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1997 plymouth voyager wont start
hi there under the fuse box where bad fuse was check to see if the plug connectors this is where the fuse plugs into it is probably burnt or damaged . disconnect battery and then unclip or unbolt fuse box look under box to see all wires that connect fuses are all in good shape replace female spade connector where needed and off you go also check to see if alternator is charging proper and not overcharging causing wire and or connector to overheat ok good luck i;ll be waiting response
Posted on Jul 12, 2008
SOURCE: van wont start
check the small connector at starter for voltage when cranking if ok try the hammer test if starts bad starter (ie) tapping starter with hammer while trying to start.
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
Spray some wet grafite spray in the key slot,plenty of spray and work the key back and forth.Remove the battery cables and clean the battery terminals ,and the battery post real shiney,and put them back on.Make sure you have good battery voltage also.Don`t take it for granted that the battery is good,take it off and have it checked and or charged on a good slow(2 amp) charge.Now when you are sure the battery is good ,and the connections are good,then if the starter clicks,grab the shifter and pull it up and down without moving out of park,while you hold the starter engaged.If it starts then the neutal safty switch is bad.Now if it keeps on clicking(it will be the starter clicking)replace the starter.You can lightly tap the starter with ahammer while trying to start the van,and start it,but the starter will need to be replaced.If I can help you any further,let me know.>>>email@example.com
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
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Mostly likely it is the Relay that is beginning to go bad. One way to test this is to use the Spare Relay of the same Type (size and shape). OR switch out a similiar Relay of the same type (size and shape) THAT IS A NON-ENGINE OPERATION RELAY. Check again the operations. If the "new" Relay in the Auto Shutdown Relay no longer clicks, then it most likely was the Relay that should be replaced. However, IF you used the "old" Relay in another function, put your finger on this Relay while the function is "On" and determine if it is now clicking. If it is clicking, then it is definitely the Relay and needs to be replaced.
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Posted on Jan 15, 2010
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
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