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My 1992 plymouth voyager 3.3sl started lossing pressure while driving and regain pressure afew mints later it will good then repeat. then one day i was driving and it stop driving it would ture over but would not crank some told it might be the ingnition switch box connected to the spark plugs i replaced it and my car still will turn over but wont start ps it has a full tank of 100% gas old gas was run out

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    losing power or what oil pressure ?

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Sounds like fuel starvation.
did you run the car to the limit or run out recently?
you may have sucked up dirt from the bottom of the tank which is now blocking your fuel system.

if you crank over for a while and dont smell gas at the exhaust then it could be there is not fuel getting through.

remove the fuel line from the engine and see if fuel pumps out when you turn over engine.

just do a short turnover with pipe into a jar or some vessel to catch the gas.

if that is ok, replace pipe, also check fuel filter is not blocked, if one is fitted.

then there maybe a blockage in the carb or injectors remove spark plugs and crank over and see if you can see gas vapour.

warning do not use flame to see as this will cause explosion.




I hope this was useful.

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