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93 voyageur keeps stalling?


My 93 plymouth voyager keeps stalling after it has been driven awhile. I can restart it but when put in gear stalls again.

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The owner should locate the fuel pump first before servicing . prepare the equipment to use in servicing the the fuel pump.The owner of the car should adjust the the Idle. Start the car and check the fuel pump Idle and adjust until the car can drive when it is place into gear.the problem in the car is in the Idle, it means that there is low fuel passing to the fuel pump, that is why the car when it drives or the strength of the car is low when placed into drive. there fore adjusting the Idle until the car will drive when placed into gear is the solution.If the owner don't have time to do it then the owner of the car should go to a car mechanic to do the task or job.

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