Some of these causes could include one or more of the following:
1. If your engine has one, a non-working electricly operated fuel cutoff solenoid valve [used to prevent "run on" after key is turned off]. In operation, a spring closes this valve, cutting off fuel flow into the carburetor, and when the key is on, the coil in the solenoid operated valve opens it. If the coil is failed, or the wire supplying voltage to the valve is "open," then the valve STAYS CLOSED, preventing any fuel flow. Check first for a disconnected, or cut or broken, wire to the solenoid valve.
2. A blocked fuel filter or filters.
3. A non-working fuel pump.
4. A stuck [in the closed position] carburetor float valve.
5. Blocked passages [galleries] in the carburetor.
6. Blocked jets in the carburetor.
Numbers 4, 5, and 6 happen very seldom. Hope this helps, good luck. j3h
A transmission that is sticking would cause a 1997 Plymouth Grand Voyager to die after shifting it into gear. A problem with the ignition system could also cause this.
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worn crankshaft bearings
Loose, or worn out.
The check engine light on a 2000 Plymouth Grand Voyager will come on when an error is detected by the vehicle's computer. The cause can range from low oil to mechanical problems or incorrect timing.
Warped front rotors are the most likely cause
A bad or incorrect radiator cap.
Bent or misinstalled wiper arms.
It could, if the lights are on all the time.
One cause why a Plymouth Voyager sputters is because the driver may be holding the gear shift button, unnecessary for going through drives 1 to 4. The gear shift button is a safety feature that keeps from reversing while driving.
A bad thermostat can cause an overheat. A bad temp sensor can show an overheat when the temperature is normal.
Broken or rusted out exhaust system.
Plugged air or fuel filter Plugged catalytic converter Loose timing chain
The plastic is melted on the back of the light wear the two metal touches
It could be bad brakes or bad wheel bearing.
The computer detected a malfunction, set a code, and went into limp mode.
It lets the computer know where the crank shaft is at all times, and yes it can cause a no start.
could be a vacuum leak
Perhaps it is your pcv valve or rubber elbow connector that is hooked up to the pcv valve.
Most common cause is a failed output speed sensor. It is on the front driver side of the transmission.
Check TSB 08-31-98A. My multi function switch had to be replaced. (Part # 5012382-AA)
The ac drain is plugged. The drain hose is on the firewall on the lower passenger side. ...that, or your heater core is leaking.
Bad bulbs they are double filament or Bad stop light fuse or bad stop light switch
You either have Faulty outlets, in which case you would need to replace and refuse, or your fuses are burnt, and need to be replaced.
For a 1998 Plymouth Voyager that won't go into gear, the problem may be the shifter or the shifter cable. A problem with the linkage can cause it to not shift into gear. Also, check the transmission fluid to see if it's low. Even if it isn't low, you may need to change the transmission fluid and filter.