Question about 1997 Plymouth Voyager
But if you leave it over night it will crank, sometimes it will run for hours sometime for only a few minutes, thought it might be a fuel problem
as it is only used for boy scout trips, but added several bottle of fuel
additive and still have the problem, when it quits i have sprayed starting fluid into the system and still would not start, so seems more likely to be an electrical problem, i know right after i bought it there was a recall for the "clock spring" wiring harness at the base of the steering column,
could there be a problem there??
No clockspring controls airbag,signals,horn, and cruise control, may have bad crank sensor, or control module, i would try to check fuel peasure, are u sure syarting fluid if getting into intake, have someone hold gas pedal to floor then spary starting fluid release pedal then try to start.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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