Question about Plymouth Voyager
First thing to check will be the battery towers and make sure that they're not contaminated with oxidization....I don't believe your vehicle has a chip which would make disconnecting the battery a problem, but better check on that just to make sure. The next part to look at would be the starter motor, where the soloniod may be giving you a problem.
If you want to try replace the soloniod yourself, contact me again and we'll go through the work step by step....Regards Johngee
Posted on Oct 15, 2010
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