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(1999 Plymouth Voyager)
Recently replaced battery. Tried to start car, ASD relay began clicking. Replaced it. Cranks, but no start. Attached OBD Code Reader- No error codes. Changed to real time monitoring, car starts and runs. Remove OBD analyzer, car wont start. Any ideas? (Do believe I will need to replace alternator, but car should still start.)
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on October 05, 2010
You are right, the engine should still start. Save your money on replacing the alternator until you get the engine running. Some possible causes for no start are , Defective Crank Position senor, Camshaft Position Sensor, Wiring harness, PCM . I recommend you take your vehicle to a reputable repair shop or dealership in your area. Here is a shop directory link: http://repairpal.com/plymouth-repair-in-alpharetta-georgia.
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on October 05, 2010
You are right, the engine should still start. Save your money on replacing the alternator until you get the engine running. Some possible causes for no start are , Defective Crank Position senor, Camshaft Position Sensor, Wiring harness, PCM . I recommend you take your vehicle to a reputable repair shop or dealership in your area. Here is a shop directory link: http://repairpal.com/plymouth-repair-in-alpharetta-georgia.
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