1994 plymouth voyager 3.0 won't start


Asked by Mar 30, 2008 at 04:46 PM about the 1994 Plymouth Voyager

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i was driving and the engine killed. spark plug wires were very croded, only 8 months old. replaced them along with dist. cap & rotor. still won't start. checked the coil. secondary tested good, primary tested bad, replaced with a new one. still won't start. while trying to start on the side of the road, it acted like it wanted to start but didn't. could it possibly be the timing belt?

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could be, or the cam. (my 93 broke the cam). but check and make sure you have spark and fuel. You might want to get a mechanic to look at it, in case it is a sensor

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Could be timing belt, but that's somewhat uncommon with the 3.0L engine, these were decent Mitsubishi engines. Although, you might have a timing belt failure if not properly maintained. How is the fuel? Are you getting fuel to the injectors?

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I'm getting fuel to the injectors but no spark timing belt has been replaced timing belts do good something electrical

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