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In a 1993 Plymouth Voyager, I need help with how to 1) change the Cam Position Sensor and Throttle Position Sensors. 2) change the rear 3 spark plugs which are very hard to reach. 3) the ABS System of this model was recalled. Is it still under recall and can I still get free repair from any authorized dealership? It was already repaired several years ago. Thank you. Sincerely yours, David E Levy

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I need engine size? Some dodge Chrysler Plymouth have a sensor in distributor, location may depend on engine size?
The tps is attached to throttle valve, the throttle valve is in throttle body. I'll try give more info if you give engine size?
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SOURCE: Engine cut off a while and return to work 2

Could be vapor locking. See if the recall on the fuel rails has been complied with ( dealer can look it up by VIN). Also check the fuel pressure regulator, those have diaphram's wear out and cause problems.

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SOURCE: How do I change the rear 3 spark plugs on a '94 Grand Caravan?

Yes, these are tough to get at from the top. Put the front on jack stands or ramps, and you can reach them a little easier from the bottom. You just need to reach up where the exhaust pipe comes down, and you can even see what you're doing this way.

Posted on Apr 02, 2009

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SOURCE: 1995 jeep grand cherokee loredo recalls one from 95 other 2002

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No recall information on that situation at this time. if you suspect this, you can contact the dealer and provide your vin and they can look up a new or non released recall for your vehicle. If this recall has just been released, it will take some time to circulate though the recall system. at this time, nothing is showing up on our systems on a recall for the crank and cam sensors.

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SOURCE: Car was running well then just refused to

its possible there are multiple coil packs usually one for each bank or one for every two cylinders. Or check for a ignition control module

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