A Plymouth Voyager does not have a maf sensor.
No such part on a Voyager.
Check the crankshaft sensor. If the sensor on the Grand Voyager is bad then there wont be any spark.
If you have no codes start by checking all fuses under hood
where is crankshaft sensor located on 1999 plymouth grand voyager 3.0 litre
how do you replace the camshaft position sensor on a 1997 plymouth voyager 3l
were is the cooling temperature sensor located on my 96 Plymouth grand voyager
It does not have an EGR pressure sensor.
The crankshaft position sensor is required and can not be bypassed.
There is a little spacer that the dealer sells that is glued to the end of the crank sensor before instillation. That is the gap setting.
there isn't one
It does not have a MAF, it uses a MAP (manifold absolute pressure) sensor.
There is no such part.
No, just a cam position sensor in the distributor.
If you are refering to the vehicle speed sensor (VSS) it is on tranny by where the axles are
in the exhaust manifold right before the flex pipe. in the 3.0 it is located behind the engine.
Do they work when you turn the A/C or Defroster on? If so it could be temperature sensor If not it could be fuse
If the speedometer in your Voyager is not working, you might have a problem with a disconnected cable or with the fuse to the display. You could also have an issue with a sensor.
right on the trans they are plug ins one is a speed sensor
The camshaft position sensor is inside the distributor.
Where is the engine management and ignition sensor on a 1999 plymouth voyager?
The input speed sensor is the two wire sensor on the front of the transmission case closest to the engine.
Near the oil filter
It is inside the distributor, under the rotor.
It is inside the distibutor.