replaced ignition coil pack, PCM and spark plugs. No signal comes from the computer to fire plugs 2 and 3, but 1 and 4 are firing nicely. The van WILL NOT start, but -- at times -- it tries. Please help. There is possibility that I bought a faulty PCM with the same problem that I had from the original, but I dunno.
4 or 6
with the up and down arrows
Clicking inside the steering column on the 1998 Plymouth Voyager sounds like a steering pump problem. It could also be that the steering box needs to be replaced. This should be looked at by a reputable mechanic as soon as possible.
28", I just replaced mine
check to see if there was a recall. I have a 1996 Plymouth grand voyager and the garage replaced mine free of charge.
Assuming it is screeching in the area of the belt and pulleys, my problem was that the belt tensioner had seized and needed to be replaced. Noise problem was solved.
could be the magnetic pick-up in your distributor, I replaced mine and it solved the problem.
i had the exact same problem with our 91 voyager, i cleaned the battery terminals and the problem went away immediately
A Plymouth Voyager does not have a maf sensor.
A 1996 Plymouth Voyager does not have a cabin filter.
The 1987 Plymouth Voyager weighs in at about 3,305 pounds. The 1987 Plymouth Grand Voyager weighs right around 3,531 pounds.
i had the same fault with my 1996 dodge Plymouth, 3.3 litre engine. i replaced the crankshaft sensor and viola problem was resolved.
check your crank sensor it might need to be adjusted or replaced
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The power window regulator is defective. It is a plastic tape that can be easily replaced.
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It doesn't, a 1996 Plymouth Voyager does not have a cabin filter.
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.
The Turn Signal Switch is bad in the column and needs to be replaced.
There must be a short in the system somewhere that causes the fuse to blow.
The Gran Voyager has more bells and whistles added to the vehicle as to a Voyager and with the year difference, advanced technology.