Question about 1998 Plymouth Voyager
Brandy, being that the filter helped for a few days, it is probably fuel related. Gas goes from the fuel pump to the filter, through the filter to the gas lines, from the lines to the injectors, and to the engine. You need to make sure the fuel pump is working properly. It should run at 12 volts. It may need changed. Check your gas lines and make sure none are damaged. I don't think it is the lines, but it doesn't hurt to check. You may have bad fuel injectors. They will need checked as well. Fuel pump, filter, lines, and injectors. These are your fuel system. When you have a fuel issue, these are what you check. Thanks for choosing FixYa and best of luck Brandy.
Posted on Mar 26, 2011
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