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Why does 1995 Plymouth Voyager stall inconsistently in warm weather and then start up again after one half hour?


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2006-01-14 17:45:24
2006-01-14 17:45:24

Try using a fuel with a different octane level, and make sure it does not contain a blend of ethenol. Fuels blended with ethenol seem to burn hotter than others and therefore can cause a vapor lock in the fuel system which may be causing your vehicle to die in warmer weather.

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As soon as the weather is good again..


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