Question about 1990 Plymouth Voyager
3.3 liter engine, automatic transmision. Check engine light comes on, gauges light comes on, Engine stalls. Can restart engine and lights go off. Have replaced 3 sensors, per computer codes, still no luck. Runs OK for a few days then check engine light comes on again. May be related to filling up with fuel ?? Last time it was fixed, drove car hard to simulate conditions. Car ran fine for three days. Then, put fuel in and problems started over again. Fuel filer and fuel pump have been replaced.
If this was a pre 1972 I'd call it a carburation problem.
What sensors did you replace? It sounds like a problem that could be caused by something in the evaporative emission system, like a faulty purge solenoid or evap cannister problem. Does the tank take fuel slowly when filling up? You could also have a faulty gas cap. That is the first thing I would look at. It is an integral part of the evap system. Hope this helps and best wishes.
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
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