Question about 1996 Plymouth Grand Voyager
The engine computer is supposed to drive sections of the coil pack in pulses. If a defect in the computer caused current to flow continuously, it would overheat and crack the coil case. Rent a scanner, read any code(s), and pursue to repairs. Replacement of the computer is likely. If so, remove the battery--the computer is bolted to the inner fender panel with several long sheet metal screws. Remove two large plugs from it's case and install the new one in reverse order. The dealer will need the number off of the old unit for proper replacement. You might be able to find one in a wrecking yard for half price. A reputable company will guarantee their parts for 90 days. You will likely need a fresh coil pack too. Hope this gets you running. We put nearly 300,000 miles on '96 Dodge Caravan, but had to replace the transmission @ 120,000.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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