Question about 2000 Chrysler Grand Voyager
Its either not getting gas or its not getting spark to the spark plugs.. check to see if its a gas problem by spraying wd40 directly into the air intake as you try to start it up...if the motor tries to start up then youre having a problem getting gas. This could be a fuel pump, clogged fuel filter, injection pump, or even a computer problem. To check if it is getting spark, pull out one spark plug, leave the wire on and touch a screwdriver to the side of the spark plug and the same time to the engine to ground it.. while grounding it on the engine, have someone bump the key to start it...if you see spark in the gap of the plug then you are getting spark and there is no problem there... if not, it could be possibly be a distributer or electronic ignition problem
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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