Question about 1995 Plymouth Voyager
Indicates a failure in logic module, which is part of your SMEC (single module engine control). If you look near your battery, close to drivers fender area, under the hood you should be able to see it with a bunch of wires and a connector to it. A good place to start would be to disconnect your battery, then remove that connector, and inspect it very carefully for corroded or weak wires, and get some electrical spray cleaner, and spray clean the pins as well as where those pins go in to, well, and then put connector back on, and hook up the battery and try it again, and see if any codes return. You may in the end need a new SMEC, but quite often a good cleaning of all contacts, as well as inspected for any weak, or broken , corroded wires there as well as in the area, is a good idea, and may save a lot of money.
Posted on May 02, 2010
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