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#196 of 222 Re: 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager, 200K, will not start, thinks there's no fuel [dennisthetiger]
Aug 15, 2011 (6:58 pm)
OK, found the problem here. The issue is a loose connector for the wiring harness to the fuel pump under the car. My mechanic says he can replace it for the cost of an hour's labor, and this guy says he can do it better than the locking molex that connects the thing to power and the BCM.
Well, OK, it's either that or I have Firestone do it: $1300 for the wiring harness ALONE, plus the cost of labor (involves removing the ENTIRE dashboard to get it all).
#197 of 222 Re: 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager, 200K, will not start, thinks there's no fuel [dennisthetiger]
Aug 15, 2011 (6:59 pm)
Additional note - last symptoms are that it will get up to normal operating temperature before stalling out totally. By wiggling the connector, I can make it run - just don't know for how long though. Hopefully long enough to get 'er to the shop. =)
#198 of 222 Re: 1990 Plymouth Grand Voyager starting problem [moparman4gzuz]
Oct 06, 2011 (3:48 pm)
I had the same problem. it was both my O2 sensor. and my IAC idle air control.
#199 of 222 Dash instruments freaking out
Oct 14, 2011 (6:34 pm)
I have a 98 voyager that keeps wanting to stall and buck.We have replaced the fuel pump, fuel filter and other stuff and its still doing it.Now the battery light is on so we get a new battery but light is still on and van is still stalling and bucking.Today it stalled and would not start got a boost it started but really tried stalling then when I pulled over the dash gauges started going crazy and no power even the radio is dead.I really need an answer how to fix this as I have a 1 year old granddaughter who is fighting cancer and I need to get back and forth to the hospital somebody please tell me how to fix it. Thanks
#200 of 222 1996 2.4 ltr Voyager stumble/misfire
Oct 24, 2011 (10:26 am)
MY wifes van developed a intermittent misfire at 2nd or 3rd gear. We would put it in neutral and rev the gas, this would temporarily ease the problem. This particular problem was mild and progressively got worse. The codes read a multifunction misfire. We replaced spark plugs and wires, fuel filter, map sensor, cam position sensor, crank sensor, throttle position sensor and coil pack. All connectors are brand new and dry. Our vans problem is still there. I am scratching my head and so are the techinicians I work with. We are at a dead end. The codes this morning now read 11, 37. It seems to be throwing multiple codes at different times. Is there any other avenues we could look at?
#201 of 222 The old Crapavan
Nov 06, 2011 (2:41 pm)
Hello I have a 96 caravan that starts then shuts down after 5 seconds. I have ran the codes and they say po736 reverse incorrect ratio, p1768 relays always off(stuck open). Does anyone have any direction in which to go to fix these problems or a web site that can help. Thanks
#202 of 222 Re: 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager, 200K, will not start, thinks there's no fuel [dennisthetiger]
Nov 08, 2011 (6:24 pm)
I have a 98 voyager that wont start. I have traced it down to no power is getting to the fuel pump. The only connector under the van is the one that connects directly to the fuel pump. Can you be more specific as to where the connector on your van is that is causing you trouble?
#203 of 222 Re: 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager, 200K, will not start, thinks there's no fuel [carbuf1]
Nov 09, 2011 (8:37 am)
sounds like autoshut down relay or fuel pump relay or fuel pump
#204 of 222 Re: 1997 Dodge Caravan Starting. [greatbear67]
Dec 14, 2011 (5:57 am)
If no instrument lights work try this. (starts and then stalls also) Push the panel around the instrument cluster or strike the dash above the panel. If it then runs fine the problem is loose contacts where on the panels connecting pins (4 I think) To fix takes about 30-40 minutes. Disconnect battery. Remove dash around panel. Remove panel and sand contact pins. Reverse.
#205 of 222 Re: 1996 2.4 ltr Voyager stumble/misfire [bnsnrst55]
Dec 14, 2011 (9:36 am)
Our problem turned out to be the crank shaft. In the shop now being repaired.