Question about 1992 Plymouth Voyager
Have checked everything and everything seems to be in working condition but van will not turnover.
Does this van have one of those starter keys below the steering wheel under the dash?
if so the plug is out or not all the way in.
other wise you will need to jump start test the starter manualy down on the starter itself.
there is one small gauge wire going to the starter and and large gauge wire coming from the battery .unplug the small one and put a test light on the wire and turn the key to test for power.then test at the starter turn key off .
now cross the little side to the big side on the starter .there will be a spark but this should cause the starter to engage if its working ok.
using a few of these tests should fix this one ok.
if you dont turn the key off when testing the starter the only thing that will happen is the engine may start running on you.
make sure the brake is on and in park.
hope this helps out.
keep me posted
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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