Question about 1994 Plymouth Voyager
12- is battery has been disconnected recently, or went dead. Nothing to be concerned about.
13- Map sensor or vacuum to it, faulty.
15- is a speed sensor malfunction, such as bad connection, or faulty sensor.
32- is EGR related, perhaps vacuum line off, or bad, or faulty valve as well.
That's 2 issues related to vacuum lines, so I'd look at them real close before replacing parts.
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
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