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Is there an idle screw on my 1995 Plymouth Voyager? Whether there is or not how do I get it idling right? Thanks, Ted.

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It is on the throttle body there is a screw under a small plug on the throttle body a cross from the throttle cable

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SOURCE: 1997 Voyager Van Stalls then Starts

most of times stalling problems are related with crankshaft sensors have your crank sensor replace and see if this will take care of your problem

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I had the same problem. I changed out the idle air control valve and that solved the problem. Somehow the electrical connector fried out some of the pins.

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SOURCE: My 1995 Plymouth Voyager loses power, surges and backfires.

My first instinct tells me timing chain or belt, but it could be a vacuum line loose, cracked or disconnected. Using a stethoscope, or a length of gasline hose held to your ear, and with the engine running, listen for a hissing sound. Be sure and wiggle all the hoses you can. You might make one hiss. If you don't find anything, get a timing light, and check your timing marks. They should stay in basically one spot. If it's jumping around a lot, you need a new timing chain or belt. Good luck.

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SOURCE: 97 PLYMOUTH VOYAGER RADIO REPLACEMENT

hi,

There are four screws in totoal. The first two are located at the top of the cover, just under the lip. The second two are at the very bottom under a small grey cover. You need to pry the small grey cover off and you'll see the bottom screws. After you remove all four screws, it'll pop right off.

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SOURCE: my 2000 plymouth voyager idles fast and Erratic, I

You may have build up in the intake where the throttle plate is, so it would have to be cleaned and the egr valve could be stuck or the purge canister may be defective. It could be a vachum line off the engine somewhere or even loose intake bolts or the egr valve is malfunctioning and needs to be replaced and or cleaned.

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hi,

There are four screws in totoal. The first two are located at the top of the cover, just under the lip. The second two are at the very bottom under a small grey cover. You need to pry the small grey cover off and you'll see the bottom screws. After you remove all four screws, it'll pop right off.

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