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I have a 92 Grand Voyager, 3.3 engine and it has started

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Hi Pearl. I have a 92 Grand Voyager, 3.3 engine and it has started stumbling and cutting off while driving. It will not restart until it cools down some. Sounds like a fuel issue but I don't believe it sthe fuel pump. Coul sit be the Map Sensor?
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Customer: It sat for 10 years without running. I put it back on the road in December and it was running fine. This has just started happening.
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Submitted: 8 months ago.
Category: Chrysler
Expert:  Chris replied 8 months ago.

Hello and welcome to just answer.

There are 3 common causes for this. 1 a failing crank shaft position sensor, 2 a failing cam shaft position sensor, and 3 a failing PCM (engine computer). Either one can act up when the engine warms up. Do this: try to get your van to an auto parts store like AutoZone and ask them to connect their OBD 1 scan tool (not OBD 2) to your vehicle and check for any trouble codes. If there is a code for "loss of crank sensor signal or cam shaft sensor signal" then have the appropriate sensor replaced. If there are no codes at all, then suspect a failing PCM and have it replaced. Most auto parts stores will connect their scan tool for no charge to you. I don't think it is a map sensor.

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