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Dodge Grand Caravan, Chrysler Voyager, Plymouth Voyager, Electrical, Van
#137 of 227 Re: Problems with 2003 Dodge Caravan [cmgomez1990]
Mar 24, 2009 (11:51 am)
A few points:
1) The oil pressure light comes on because the engine stopped (when the engine stops, so too does the oil pump), not the other way around.
2) The warm-up time is irrelevant. In fact, you should never "warm-up" a car for more than five to ten seconds, even in the dead of winter.
3) The very first thing you should do is to take your car to a shop and have the OBD-II codes scanned. Most likely they will point to the problem (like an oxygen sensor or a cam position sensor).
#138 of 227 Re: 1996 plymouth voyager keeps stalling! [upnrunnin]
Apr 10, 2009 (5:57 am)
Thank you for your suggestions on resolving the issue with the 1996 Plymouth Voyager. The symptoms I am having is exactly what you have explained. I have cleaned and sealed the coil and cam sensor connectors, but I could not find the connector at the bottom front center of the engine. Can you give me a little more details on where is this located?
Your help is greatly appreciated!!
#139 of 227 voyager stall
May 08, 2009 (9:08 am)
We have a 96 3.3 liter van that stalls when you put it in gear. It starts in park or in neutral. I have replaced the throttle position sensor and manifold sensor in accordance with the error codes and trying to make some sense of voltage readings received with same.Any input would be appreciated since we are fed with the maintenance problems on this vehicle and local mechanics can not help with this problem.Thank you!
#140 of 227 2002 Chrysler Voyager EC stalling at complete stops
May 10, 2009 (7:52 am)
hi, I have a problem with my engine stalling when I'm at a complete stop. It always starts right back up and only stalls when I'm at a complete stop, such as at a stoplight or stop sign. It only stalls when the air temp is at a certain temp that I can tell. I first noticed problems last fall, then during the winter I had no problems with it at all. Now that it's warming up, it's beginning to act up. I first noticed it acting up again after I used the air conditioning for the first time this season. Also, it idles rough, and if I am driving for a while, it starts to run rough, and if I press on the accelerator, there is a lag time before it speeds up, it acts as though it wants to quit. sometimes when I am pressing on the gas and I come to a stop, it jerks. No one seems to know what's wrong with it. Any help would be much appreciated.
#141 of 227 Re: having problems starting my van [vernalisa]
May 12, 2009 (1:58 pm)
INSTRUMENT CLUSTER TURN KEY TO ON POSITION LOOK AT ODOMETER IT WILL BE BLANK TAKE BOTH HANDS SLAM DOWN ON TOP OF DASH. WATH FOR ODO. TO LIGHT UP. IT WILL START HOPE? PAUL IN IND.
#142 of 227 Re: 97 Grand Caravan Off/On while driving [tbmoss]
May 21, 2009 (5:38 am)
I have the exact same problem. It shuts down while driving and eithr totally stalls or contnues running. Did you ever find out how to fix it?
#143 of 227 1997 van stalls out while driving.
May 21, 2009 (6:34 am)
I do wish I had a answer but still can't find out what is wrong.
I just got my van out of the garage yesterday.
Tuesday morning I am taking it too the Dodge dealer & see if they cn find out whats wrong.
#144 of 227 Re: 97 Grand Caravan Off/On while driving [ehrmann]
May 21, 2009 (4:44 pm)
Sorry, I have not got the answer on how to resolve. I have done all the things recommended. Cleaned and sealed the wiring harnesses. This is after replacing the cam sensor twice at the recommendation from diagnostics from my local mechanic and the Chrysler dealership.
It is a real shame, because if my car wasn't having this issue, my wife would still be driving it and most likely until "the wheel's come off". :>)
If I get any positive result or suggestions that work, I will certainly let you know.
#146 of 227 1999 Grand Caravan 3.3L Flex No Start
May 25, 2009 (2:19 pm)
My 1999 Gr. Caravan was running fine when on the way home from work on Mother's day it just died. I was able to get it started for a short while only by holding the gas pedal to the floor. It wouldn't run long enough to get home without a tow though. I've replaced the fuel filter. The fuel pressure with the key on engine off is about 48psi. It appears to be getting spark(orange). I've also replaced the Crank sensor, ignition coil, and put a used computer in it. Still nothing. Can someone please help.