93 Voyager 3.0 Not starting

Asked by Guru9HJ8JF Nov 30, 2021 at 04:58 PM about the 1993 Plymouth Voyager Minivan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Starter turns it over and it tried to start for about a second. Went through normal
and flooded sequences several times. No start. I cannot hear fuel pump. Also
don't see a fuel pump fuse.

2 Answers


Fuel pump relay and fuse is at the Engine compartment fuse block/box. "No starting condition" generally is caused for 3 main malfunction reasons: 1.Power, 2.Fuel, and the 3. Compression...., If the engine is turning strong and (No starting condition) persist, and assuming engine cylinders compression and ignition unit/coil/spark Plug are good, Check fuel pressure at engine's fuel pressure port, Check fuel lines and filter for dirt/water, Check fuel pump fuse and relay, Check Fuel pump electrical connection for Voltage/Amperage at positive pin and for Ground/Resistance at NEG pin. fix and replace as needed. Thanks.


A 30 year old Voyager still running? do you think this idiot has found someone with a brain to diagnose this?

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