I own a 1997 Plymouth neon and i work part time at a gas station. Normally the neons don't splash back, but for lots of vehicles it is normal. for instance the new Chrysler sebrings they splash back something fierce, that is normal. it all has to do with the way the line running to the tank and the tank are set up.
My 95 neon splashes back too when the tank is low or near empty. I jus figure its cuz all that gas rushing into an empty tank all at once causes a big wave that comes back at ya. Pump it slow to begin with and it wont splash.
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.
worn crankshaft bearings
Water can splash because of its state of matter! its a liquid! most liquid would splash.
A failed instrument cluster.
Bent or misinstalled wiper arms.
I know that whenever I get gas - I SLOW DOWN!
could be the computer causing the pump not to run
Mine was doing the same thing. Changing the coil took care of it.
It could.It could.
No, there is no ferry from Cork to Plymouth. Swansea would be the nearest.
bad or dirty float on the fuel pump in the gas tank.
Water pump not pumping or a pluged radiater
timing belt broken...replacement $800 in shop
Broken or rusted out exhaust system.
Have you checked for fuel and spark? Camshaft sensor and or crank sensor will cause that problem as well!
Plugged air or fuel filter Plugged catalytic converter Loose timing chain
It could be bad brakes or bad wheel bearing.
It is possible that the speedometer on a 1997 Plymouth will only work intermittently because the gear is worn out. Sometimes dirt can get up into the area where the speedometer cable is housed and cause excessive wear to the gear.
The computer detected a malfunction, set a code, and went into limp mode.
My g/f has this happen to her regularly and, it was only when I asked that she said she usually flushes once to get the flush working and then immediately after to make certain the toilet flushes everything away. She said that if a toilet has good pressure, it will often splash out when she flushes.
The seal lips, in the transmission have been ripped - if the oil coming from there - seals would have to be replaced.
water will splash on the belts [power steering, alternator, etc.], causing them to slip, as if greasy, not turning the pulleys. get new belts.
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.
Had that same problem on my 93 the tensioner wore out. had to have it replaced.
I would say about 3-5 minutes.