Question about Plymouth Voyager
Hi the problem you are having points to the fact that the oxygen sensory have failed and need replacing, the reason it points towards this is that these dont start working until the engine reaches a certain temp then it wont start again till its cooled down and the sensors have stopped working.
you will need to get the codes read on your car to find out which sensor is causing you the problem as their are a couple that come under this fault, once you have located the faulty one you need to get this replaced, once you have done this you will have no further problems with your engine.
let me know if you need further assistance ok
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Posted on Aug 28, 2010
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