You should just replace the pump regardless. Usually, most auto parts will start to show signs of wear and then sooner or later they will quit, sort of like disc brakes. Both. A failing fuel pump can just give out completely or if it's significantly worn it can work at times and not at other times. Some will fail after they heat up, it all depends on what part of the fuel pump has failed. Like the above answer suggests, just replace it. Check your relays, I just repaired a neighbors pickup that would start sometimes and then not, and just die and not start up for a while, while testing whenever it would not start the fuel pump could not be heard, I tracked it down to the eec relay, it is the first to click in the series at startup followed by the fuel pump relay, it was hard to track down since it would happen one time and not the next.
It is on the inboard side and just above the fuel tank.
Means fuel injector isn't coming on, just got it myself
You must empty the gas tank out of gas and taking the tank out from the van the are a big job the fuel pump and fuel filter are inside the tank. I just have the same problem the tog me 5 hr to do the job good luck my friend.
Get a parts locator book or call your local dealer. Most are just above the passengers feet. Plymouth has it's own ideas though.
To get an owner's manual at a cheap price, would be on Ebay. Just type "Plymouth Voyager" and you'll get results. Hope this helps.
28", I just replaced mine
Radiator side of the engine, just above the oil pan.
No. Just plug it in.
Try eBay! Just search for "1998 Plymouth Voyager manual".Answeryou can order a factory service manual from your Chrysler dealerI apid about $90 (Canadian) and worth every penny
is there a way to fix or replace just the rubber in the mount
THAT DEPENDS ON WHAT IT'S DOING. DOES IT TURN OVER WITHOUT STARTING? FUEL? SPARK?? DOES IT DO NOTHING AT ALL? DEAD BATTERY??? DOES IT JUST CLICK WHEN YOU TURN THE IGNITION? STARTER????
drill the lock out
No, just a cam position sensor in the distributor.
It is on the front of the block, just above oil pan level.
55 is end of message. It just means that the test is done and there are no more codes.
The Body Control Module for a 1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager should just pull out, but in some models it has been screwed in so you may need a Phillips screwdriver to loosen it.
The starter on a 1999 Voyager is on the front, radiator, side of the engine. It is just above the edge of the engine oil pan and is bolted to transmission.
Under the car, just in front of the fuel tank.
You need to look on your transmission there should be 2 of them I have A 96 PLYMOUTH VOYAGER 3.0 liter and it has 2 on the transmission on it just match up ur sensors not very hard. sorry best i can do.
The fuel tank is just the tank itself. With the fuel pump built into the tank. Remove the tank by draining as much gas as you can out first via siphon. Support tank and remove the retaining strap bolts. Carefully lower and remove the wiring and fuel lines.
It is just below the Master Cylinder and the Power Booster assembly.
The relays are located on the driver side inner fender... I heard that you can take the horn relay out and change it with the fuel pump relay and if the fuel pump works and horn doesnt then you know that it was the relay... Fuses are easy to check, just look at it, if it is broken then its the fuse.
When you want drop a lot of heavy loads and need to pull it out, just yank it out.
Most of the problems that cause this are within the fuel system. This problem is most often caused by a bad fuel pump or a bad fuel filter.Ê
It should be located at the rear of the vehicle, attached to the frame rail near the fuel tank, you will have to use fuel connector release tool to free the hoses, but not before you have relieved the pressure on the line. You can then undo the strap holding the filter on and swap out the new one, from there you just press the fuel lines back onto the filter.