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1998 plymoth voyager 2.4 l engine just replaced water pump and timing belt and throttle positioning sensor but still will not idle

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I suggest check O2 sensor in the exhaust manifold ; are you scanned the PCM with some OBD reader to know if some trouble code is stored there?

I don't know if the 2.4L has it, but my 3.0L has an Idle Air Control motor that is known for going out - it controls engine idle. Chekc it and keep us updated.

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  3. Remove the water pump belt cover.
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Detaching electrical connectors prior to TP sensor removal



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Identifying components for removal of the TP Sensor


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