Question about Chrysler Voyager
I have a 2000 chrysler grand voyager with a 3.3l. it started running very rough about 2 weeks ago. i changed the plugs-no help. i changed the fuel filter-no help. i put prestone total fuel system cleaner in tank-no help. still runs very rough. could it be the engine computer or ''brain''.
if so how expensive is it to replace or repair?
If is runnig the PCM is not the problem,change the coil pack or the crancshaft position sensor.
the PCM is very expensive(500+) but they hardly go bad. PCM(power control mudule)
one more thing,have you tried the spark plug wires?
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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