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1997 plymouth voyager wont start

My van suddenly wont start. Took off the starter and verified at a shop it is good. Checked battery and the connections. Opened up the fuse box, which is where the clicking is coming from. Pushed down on the fuse for the starter one time and it started. Shut the thing off and tried to restart it and it wont start. Switched the fuse with the same type and amps and it still wont start. I had no indication of any problem what so ever before this happened.

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I has been used 1997 plymouth voyager in thailand but now the spare parts supplier (chrysler) had been closed.i need voyager spare parts catalog for find out part number and order spare parts to another vendor.can you tell me where i can get this catalog?

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Hi there under the fuse box where bad fuse was check to see if the plug connectors this is where the fuse plugs into it is probably burnt or damaged . disconnect battery and then unclip or unbolt fuse box look under box to see all wires that connect fuses are all in good shape replace female spade connector where needed and off you go also check to see if alternator is charging proper and not overcharging causing wire and or connector to overheat ok good luck i;ll be waiting response

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