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Engine stops running

I have a 1993 Plymouth Voyager. The engine stops running with no weird noises or sputtering first. Somtimes as it is about to die, it will correct it self with what seems like a surge. It usually will restart by coasting in neutral for and turning the key. A couple of times it as taken several turns of the key to get it started. I have not noticed any less gas milage.

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  • rizzo360 Dec 03, 2008

    the van just stopped running one day and i was told it was just the ignition relay and i cant seem to find it in any of the chiltons books to fix it if you can help me you would be a life saver thanks

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