Lift the front of your car. It's under engine near transmission on drivers side. disconnect your battery. then disconnect 3 wires from starter. then unscrew 3 bolts those hold starter. remove starter, insert a new one and do as above in oposite way. __________________________________________________________________________ The Starter is in the front of the motor, right next to the oil pan. If you follow the positive battery cable from the battery, it will take you right to the starter. The starter is a direct drive starter and is very easy to change. be sure to disconnect the positive battery connector from the battery before you begin the removal of the starter. your bottom radiator hose may block you from lowering the starter, just move the hose and tug, it will come out. Good Luck and it should take about 90 minutes to R+R the starter.
code 41 -1993 Plymouth voyager - Alternator Circuit
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On a six cylinder the starter is on the front of the engine, behind the motor mount. On the four cylinder, the starter is on the rear under the intake manifold.
A 1993 Plymouth Voyager does not have a cabin filter.
A Plymouth Voyager does not have a maf sensor.
a voyager doesn't use an inertia switch
The starter on the 1993 Plymouth Colt is mounted on the back side of the engine (by the firewall), and below the intake manifold.
You can find a vacuum line diagram for a 1993 Plymouth Voyager in the owner's manual. You can also find it at various auto stores.
The towing capacity for the 1993 Plymouth Voyager is about 2000 pounds. This varies somewhat depending on the model purchased.
It is in the fuel tank.