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Re: 90 plymouth Voyager


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Posted by Craig on December 04, 2003 at 19:14:37 from (155.92.111.99):

In Reply to: 90 plymouth Voyager posted by Don Delaski on December 04, 2003 at 14:12:07:

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.

for more info go to www.allpar.com
click on "forums and tech help" on the left
scroll down to "Minivans" and click on it
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