Question about 1998 Plymouth Voyager
If the noise you hear when attempting to start the engine is a clicking noise, that is just the started relay trying to send battery power to the starter motor.
First check that your belts are in place. It may be that excessive water has unmounted them. The belts connect everything - alternator to battery, drive power, water pump, everything. If someone washed the engine deliberately to clean the mud, anything could be discontected, including electrical wiring. Hope that did not happen.
Posted on Aug 09, 2010
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