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Just follow this : http://www.carcarekiosk.com/video/1993_Plymouth_Grand_Voyager_LE_3.3L_V6/check_engine_light/diagnose
Lighting control module. Here is a video on replacement : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0YzU27VpCug
You have to go through a complete drive cycle sometimes to see the light go away. Could take 50 to 200 miles of varied driving conditions to accomplish this. Otherwise, there is a pressure leak somewhere in the fuel system that will have to be found.
I'll assume the CV axle won't retract from the wheel hub assembly. You can try some rust penetrant and a 3-jaw 5 ton pulley puller to shove it back. Once it breaks free, that should do it. No need to keep tightening the puller. May need to heat it during this process.
Can you list the codes on here that would help. Bad o2 sensors can cause this as well as other things.
Need to have system flow checked. Possible blockage in the system somewhere stopping flow and causing the overheat.
What is the question? Could just be a loose heat shield. Need a little more info.
Have the charging system checked....could be a failing alternator not producing the proper voltage.
Yes, please post the code you have to further assist you. Also, since you replaced the MAF sensor, you mat need to get a new read and then post.
It is not an interference engine. It has a timing chain.