2000 Voyager Gas Tank (Wiring) Question

Discussion in 'Voyager' started by Only Me, Aug 13, 2007.

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    Only Me Guest

    I'm scratching my head over a non start.
    Tried to pick off 12 volts at the connector where pump power and tank sensor
    go in, but don't seem to be finding any voltage at either...
    Anyone know the color codes, and/or the routing for the fuel pump wiring?
    I think something intermediate may have tripped, but keep losing the wires
    as I try to follow them.
    Only Me, Aug 13, 2007
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    maxpower Guest

    The ASD relay supplies 12 volts to the pump and you will only have about 3
    seconds to test is before the relay shuts off. Someone will have to turn key
    on while you probe the wire. Before doing all that have someone turn the key
    to the start position while you listen for the pump to turn on.

    Glenn Beasley
    Chrysler Tech
    maxpower, Aug 13, 2007
  3. Glenn, wasn't the usual trick on that model to test the ASD relay was to
    swap it with the A/C relay? Same exact relays.

    Ted Mittelstaedt, Aug 13, 2007
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    damnnickname Guest

    Sure.Just make sure you do it with the key off or you will get a fault code
    set for the ASD and whatever else you swap it out with
    damnnickname, Aug 13, 2007
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    philthy Guest

    you can use a good scan tool to turn on asd or fuel pump relay or you know how
    to jump 12 volts to the fuel pump relay properly then you an test the whole
    circuit in 30 seconds witb a test lite
    philthy, Aug 14, 2007
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    Only Me Guest

    And the correct color is?
    Not that I have that many to choose from, but it'd be great to test with
    some degree of certainty!
    Only Me, Aug 14, 2007
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    damnnickname Guest

    Relay output to the pump is a Dark Green/White tracer wire at the pump.
    You will have about 3 seconds to test this when the key is turned on.

    Glenn Beasley
    Chrysler Tech
    damnnickname, Aug 14, 2007
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