1996 Plymouth 3.3 Grand Voyager Fuel Pump Troubleshooting?

Answer The 1996 Plymouth Grand Voyager came standard with an electric fuel pump, located inside the gas tank. The top of the pump sits outside of the gas tank and connects the van's fuel lines to the gas ... Read More »

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How to Replace a Plymouth Grand Voyager Fuel Pump?

After a tune-up, a battery and alternator test and fuel filter replacement, your Plymouth Grand Voyager is still stalling or will not start. A bad fuel pump might be the culprit. When changing the ... Read More »

How to Connect a 1996 Plymouth Grand Voyager Manifold?

If you are installing and connecting a new exhaust manifold to your 1996 Plymouth Grand Voyager 2.4-liter engine, then much of the process should be fairly easy if you removed the old manifold corr... Read More »

How to Drain a Radiator in a 1996 Plymouth Grand Voyager?

If you've been contemplating draining the radiator in your 1996 Plymouth Grand Voyager but you've been putting the job off because you think it's too involved or too hard, you should know that the ... Read More »

How to Check the Fuel Lines and Fuel Pump in a Plymouth Voyager?

Two things make an internal combustion engine function: fuel and fire. If the engine in a Voyager isn't working the way it should, then it's because there's a restriction on one or the other. If it... Read More »