1999 Plymouth Voyager Repair Question
Asked on January 12, 2013
Plymouth Voyager Battery Problem
Have a 99 plymouth voyager. I was parked in the drive way with my van running and it just shut off out of no where. Now I have no power to anything, no wipers, no indicator lights, radio, windows etc. I replaced the battery and tested the starter to begin with. I tested all fuses and they are fine (under the hood and inside the vehicle). I hooked up an OBD2 but will read no codes. No one can figure out what the problem is. A few hours before this I did change 3 spark plugs but my van started just fine. No noises, no back fire or anything. It was running perfect. I would like to know what it could possibly be!
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Replied on January 12, 2013
Start by checking the smaller negative battery wire where it bolts to the body to be sure it's clean and tight. Next, check the smaller positive battery wire where it bolts to the under-hood fuse box. If those are okay, you'll need a digital voltmeter or a test light to do some troubleshooting.
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