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'92 Plymouth Voyager stalling


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02-05-02, 06:52 AM   #1  
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'92 Plymouth Voyager stalling

Hi,
I have a '92 Plymouth Voyager that I bought used. It has been stalling out on me. Sometimes it stalls just after starting, sometimes while running and sometimes just when you're pulling into a parking place. We have replaced the started recently and had a re and re done on the transmission. What now???

Thanks in advance,

Kady.

 
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02-05-02, 09:15 AM   #2  
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Many things:

1) When was the last time it has seen a tuneup and servicing? Start there.

2) See my signature file for a link on how to pull your trouble codes from the computer. Let us know what you find.

3) Have the fuel pressure checked with a reliable gauge.

Many things to check, but start here.

 
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08-27-03, 04:55 PM   #3  
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Did you find out what the problem was as I am having same problem with my Plymouth

 
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08-27-03, 08:41 PM   #4  
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this post is almost two years old


it would help to know what engine you all have, it would narrow the possibilities down significantly.

 
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08-28-03, 12:51 PM   #5  
2 years old! lol!!!

Lemme guess.... it's a 3.0, right?

Clean the idle air control air passegway and it'll stay running for you. VERY common for the 3.0.

 
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08-29-03, 06:09 AM   #6  
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Thanks Jason R I will try that and will let you know how it turns out. Bye for now

 
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08-29-03, 08:53 AM   #7  
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I read through the applicable section of my haynes manual and I cannot find where the idle air control bypass is. Can you help me on locating.

 
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I read through the applicable section of my haynes manual and I cannot find where the idle air control air passageway is. Can you help me on locating.

 
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08-29-03, 08:59 AM   #9  
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Have a look in autolibrary.org below.

 
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08-29-03, 03:51 PM   #10  
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it would still help to know what engine you have.

it would narrow the possibilities of your problem down significantly.

 
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08-30-03, 07:10 PM   #11  
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try cleaning the throttle body,this is the FIRST thing I look at when I get a stall out/ stumble or hard to start Chrysler if it is all gummed up the IAC motor can only adjust so far before it is at it's limit

 
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