Why would the gas gauge on a 1994 Plymouth Voyager drop to empty when it has fuel in it?
A very common problem with Chrysler products. The sending unit in the tank is going bad. Usually this means replacing the entire fuel pump assembly, which is typically $150 or more. I have two Chrysler-made cars that are doing this right now. I usually drive by mileage rather than the gauge.
Would an automatic transmission for a 1996 Plymouth Voyager fit a 1994 Plymouth Grand Voyager LE 3.8L with overdrive?
1994 Plymouth voyager does not have an inertia switch , unless you are referring to the airbag switch in which case it is by the bumper reinforcement under the bumper cover , but if you talking about an (inertia) switch for fuel one does not exist on a 94 voyager, your best chance would be to check the fuel pump for voltage, and if none is present check the fuse and fuel pump relay, located…