Replaced fuel pump but now it won't start
1991 Plymouth Voyager

Replaced fuel pump but now it won't start

(1991 Plymouth Voyager)
turns over but seems like there is no spark
Tags: plymouth, voyager
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on August 06, 2018
You need to make sure you have fuel pressure and spark. You can rent a fuel pressure test and a spark tester from most auto parts stores. Start there and post up results.

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on August 06, 2018
You need to make sure you have fuel pressure and spark. You can rent a fuel pressure test and a spark tester from most auto parts stores. Start there and post up results.

Alex
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