Plymouth Voyager



May, 9, 2006 AT 2:06 PM

Recently replaced a timing chain on a 1994 plymouth voyager with a 3.0 v-6 engine, approx 130,000 miles on the clock.
We lined up the upper and lower ends and marks as per chiltons manual, and the engine will not start.
This car is distributorless, and the manual states no adjustment is possible. Obviously the timing is too far out to start.
Any suggestions as to aligning the timing set to get it running?

1 Answer



May, 12, 2006 AT 10:38 AM

I'm not sure about the 94 but the 3.0 has a timing belt. Go to a parts store and have them pull the engine up on computer and explain how to time it. Stop trying to start it, if the timeing is off you could do lots of damage.

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