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My voyager has the 3.3 motor and will not start Ihave replaced the fuel pump, coil pack and automatic shutdown relay, there appears to be no spark

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Probably needs a cam sensor. its mounted top of the front of the engine [front meaning fan belt end] its covered partialy by a bracket.

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I have a 1994 Plymouth grand voyager it has the 3.3 it cranks but will not start it's not getting no fire to coil.crankshaft, camshaft,ASD,fuelpump


No fire to the coil? Does that vehicle even HAVE a coil, or is it a coil PACK? Just to make sure the Automatic Shutdown Relay is not at fault, disconnect the battery for 10-15 minutes, then reconnect it and try it again ... but LISTEN carefully for a "groan" of about 1-2 seconds when you turn the key ON but not far enough to crank the engine. That will tell you if the fuel pump works. If there is no sound, with the battery connected and with the key in the ON position, take a rubber mallet and strike the bottom of the fuel tank a few times, until you hear the fuel pump turn on, even if it's only a second or two. Then try to start the engine again. Good luck!

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Check the ASD relay in under hood fuse/ relay box. ASD stands for automatic shut down relay. Powers up pcm ,fuel injectors and ignition system an O2sensor heaters .crank over the car an check for power at O2sensor heater fuse in the underhood fuse box ,no power means bad relay !

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How do you tell if the auto shutdown relay is bad


Any relay can be tested to some degree, but to be certain, just buy an inexpensive relay and try it in there,
The Automatic Shut Down relay is just one of many relays on your car. It takes battery power from the battery, and when activated by the computer, will pass that power on to the fuel injectors and to the ignition coil, some applications also it will work on the fuel pump. If the ASD relay is bad, no injector pulse, no power to coil, etc.-car won't start. When key is turned to off, the relay is not active-I think that may be why it's called auto shutdown relay.

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not sure if you have tried this yet. I am fighting the exact same thing with my 2000 voyager. I have been researching, most often it is caused by the crankshaft position sensor going bad. I replace mine but it didnt help me. I am getting ready to test the camshaft sensor the shutdown relay, and everything else I can think of.

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electric ignition module is bad, or maybe the safety shutdown relay, also check to see if the timing belt has snapped, it happened to me, lol replaced plugs, wires, coil, ignition module, and turned out to be the timing belt had snapped causing the safety shutdown relay to shut off power to the coil and fuel pump, good luck :)

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check for spark at the sparkplugs, and listen to hear the fuel pump going when key is turned on. if no pump noise and no spark it can be the auto shutdown relay located on the drivers side fender behind battery. the auto shut down shuts off power to the ignition and fuel pump if the timing belt snaps. ,,,, if you have spark and fuel pump works then check firing order on plug wires , if they are in right place then check timing , if timing belt was replaced without lining up the timing marks it wont run

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check for fuel -clogged filter bad pump relay or fuse-than check for spark distributor bad wires coil pack spark plugs crack sensors

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The power supplied to the fuel pump, ignition coil, fuel injectors and parts of the power module is controlled by the logic module through the Automatic Shutdown Relay (ASD):
The ASD relay is closed (allowing power to flow through it) when the ignition is first turned on. If the signal from the ignition reference is lost while the engine is running, the logic module cuts power to the ASD, which in turn removes power from the fuel pump,ignition coil, injectors and those parts of the power module.  This causes the engine to shut down.

Failure of the automatic shutdown relay is often shown as inexplicable stalling or refusal to start. The ASD can be triggered by a broken wire or short in another place, e.g. the fuel pump.  Hope this helps, and did you try to retrieve any DTC codes?? Be glad to help friend.

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1994 Plymouth Grand Voyager 3.8 eng won't start


Check primary voltage at ignition coil and fuel injectors, engine cranking, use a test lite, dark green wire with orange tracer. If no voltage, that comes from asd relay. Some makes and models if the computer doesn't see the cam and crank sensor signals, the computer won't ground the relay.
You need to do some testing.

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