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90 plymouth Voyager
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Don Delaski    Posted 12-04-2003 at 14:12:07       [Reply]  [Send Email]
My wifes mini-van quit running. There is no 12 volt power going to the fuel pump. I changed the fuel pump relay, but that didn't help. The fuel pump is working fine. Does anyone out there have an electrical Schematic of the fuel system for a 90 Plymouth Voyager SE 3.0L or any idea of what might be going on? Thanks. Don

Bob    Posted 12-04-2003 at 20:58:24       [Reply]  [No Email]
Are you aware of the fact the 12 volts to the fuel pump is not constant with the key on, but is only for like 2-3 seconds when you switch the key to "on", and then shuts off untill the computer gets a signal form the distributor or crank position sensor that the engine is actually turning over? A bad ECM or crank postion sensor will cause this.

Hal/WA    Posted 12-04-2003 at 21:26:10       [Reply]  [No Email]
Great answer to a classic problem with Chryslers of that vintage. Maybe he can fix it himself with that information, but when my Mom's Dynasty with only 35K on it did exactly that, it had to go to the Dodge dealer. I wish him good luck.....

Craig    Posted 12-04-2003 at 19:14:37       [Reply]  [No Email]
try your fuel pump may have seized and blown the fusible link (like a fuse, but it is a wire) they are located under the windshield washer bottle. look for any that are blown up. the relay you replaced is not just for the fuel pump. it also powers the ignition coil and oxygen sensor heaters. get a piece of wire with 2 aligator clips on it and a 20 amp fuse in the middle. connect one end to the positive side of the batter and connect the other end to the terminal with the green wire on the ignition coil. you should hear the fuel pump power up. if it doesn't, the pump is toast.

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Did you......    Posted 12-04-2003 at 14:45:23       [Reply]  [No Email]
put gas in it?

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