Intermittent Starting Problem - 2001 Voyager

Discussion in 'Voyager' started by JR, Sep 13, 2008.

  1. JR

    JR Guest

    Occassionally (maybe once a month or not for several months) my 2001
    Voyager will turn over but not start. If I wait a minute or two it
    will start and run fine. It never happens on the first start of the
    day and usually happens if the car has sat for a while (30 minutes or
    more). I can't remember it happening in cold weather either. Any
    ideas? Should I turn the key on and wait a few seconds before turning
    it over? Or could I be letting go of the key to soon? Thanks.
    JR, Sep 13, 2008
  2. JR

    Ron Seiden Guest

    It's possible that the fuel in the injector system has leaked down.
    Therefore, it takes a bit of time for the pump to re-pressurize the system
    down to the injectors. Try turning on the ignition and waiting several
    seconds before hitting the starter...
    Ron Seiden, Sep 28, 2008
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