1996 Plymouth Voyager


August, 18, 2011 AT 4:06 PM

I just installed a new computerin my 96 plymouth voyager it wants to start but feels like it is not getting enought gas. Can you help?


2 Answers



August, 18, 2011 AT 4:12 PM

You need to get it programmed. The theft deterrent is likely locking you out. I don't know why you changed it in the first place but you still may have another problem that the computer didn't fix also.



August, 18, 2011 AT 8:13 PM

Hi guys. Let me butt in and add a tidbit. If your van has the factory anti-theft system, use the key to turn the lock cylinder in the lift gate. That will program the Engine and / or Body Computer to work with the anti-theft system and allow the engine to run. If your van doesn't have the factory anti-theft system and you installed a used Engine Computer with that programming, it can't be "unprogrammed". You have to use a computer from another van that did not have anti-theft programming.

When it's in theft mode, the engine will typically run for just two seconds, then stall.

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