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1980 Plymouth Gran Fury Fuel Filter 6 Cyl 3.7L Hastings

P311-291DE65    GF10  New

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Hastings Fuel Filter
  • In-Line Fuel Filter
  • ; Except California (w/o Hoses & Clamps) See Product Guide for Variations of This Number.
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 480
Brand: Hastings
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1980 - Plymouth Gran Fury D L 6 Cyl 3.7L 225 3687
Hastings
1999 Plymouth Breeze Fuel Filter 4 Cyl 2.0L Hastings

P311-3833913    GF319  New

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$22.93
Hastings Fuel Filter
  • In-Line Fuel Filter
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 18
Brand: Hastings
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1999 - Plymouth Breeze L 4 Cyl 2.0L 122 1996
Hastings
1996 Plymouth Breeze Fuel Filter 4 Cyl 2.0L Hastings

P311-5273D41    GF297  New

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$21.39
Hastings Fuel Filter
  • In-Line Fuel Filter
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 54
Brand: Hastings
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1996 - Plymouth Breeze L 4 Cyl 2.0L 122 1996
Hastings
1994 Plymouth Colt Fuel Filter 4 Cyl 1.8L Hastings

P311-4F023E2    GF288  New

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$20.75
Hastings Fuel Filter
  • Universal In-Line Fuel Filter
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 588
Brand: Hastings
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Vehicle Engine VIN Block Engine CID CC
1994 - Plymouth Colt C L 4 Cyl 1.8L 112 1834
Hastings
1979 Plymouth Volare Fuel Filter 8 Cyl 5.9L Hastings

P311-291DE65    GF10  New

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$6.38
Hastings Fuel Filter
  • In-Line Fuel Filter
  • ; Except High Performance or California (w/o Hoses & Clamps) See Product Guide for Variations of This Number.
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 480
Brand: Hastings
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1979 - Plymouth Volare L V 8 Cyl 5.9L 360 -
Hastings
1971 Plymouth Scamp Fuel Filter 8 Cyl 5.2L Hastings

P311-291DE65    GF10  New

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$6.38
Hastings Fuel Filter
  • In-Line Fuel Filter
  • ; (w/o Hoses & Clamps) See Product Guide for Variations of This Number.
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 480
Brand: Hastings
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1971 - Plymouth Scamp G V 8 Cyl 5.2L 318 5211
Hastings
1958 Plymouth Suburban Fuel Filter 8 Cyl 5.7L Hastings

P311-185E69A    GF6A  New

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$6.81
Hastings Fuel Filter
  • Fuel Element
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 480
Brand: Hastings
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1958 - Plymouth Suburban V 8 Cyl 5.7L 350 5733
Hastings
1990 Plymouth Colt Fuel Filter 4 Cyl 1.6L Hastings

P311-55C4B87    GF242  New

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$23.57
Hastings Fuel Filter
  • In-Line Fuel Filter
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 420
Brand: Hastings
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1990 - Plymouth Colt Y L 4 Cyl 1.6L 98 1597
Hastings
1997 Plymouth Grand Voyager Fuel Filter 4 Cyl 2.4L Hastings

P311-4F5BF4A    GF298  New

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$30.97
Hastings Fuel Filter
  • In-Line Fuel Filter
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 100
Brand: Hastings
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1997 - Plymouth Grand Voyager L 4 Cyl 2.4L 148 2429
Hastings
1999 Plymouth Voyager Fuel Filter 6 Cyl 3.0L Hastings

P311-48688FA    GF299  New

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$28.35
Hastings Fuel Filter
  • In-Line Fuel Filter
  • ; Extended Wheelbase
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 100
Brand: Hastings
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1999 - Plymouth Voyager V 6 Cyl 3.0L 181 2972
Hastings
1998 Plymouth Voyager Fuel Filter 6 Cyl 3.3L Hastings

P311-4F5BF4A    GF298  New

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$30.97
Hastings Fuel Filter
  • In-Line Fuel Filter
  • ; Standard Wheel Base
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 100
Brand: Hastings
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1998 - Plymouth Voyager R V 6 Cyl 3.3L 201 3301
Hastings
1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager Fuel Filter 6 Cyl 3.8L Hastings

P311-48688FA    GF299  New

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$28.35
Hastings Fuel Filter
  • In-Line Fuel Filter
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 100
Brand: Hastings
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1999 - Plymouth Grand Voyager V 6 Cyl 3.8L 231 3778
Hastings
1994 Plymouth Voyager Fuel Filter 6 Cyl 3.0L Hastings

P311-50F8606    GF169  New

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$16.11
Hastings Fuel Filter
  • In-Line Fuel Filter
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 336
Brand: Hastings
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1994 - Plymouth Voyager V 6 Cyl 3.0L 181 2972
Hastings
1971 Plymouth Road Runner Fuel Filter 8 Cyl 7.0L Hastings

P311-291DE65    GF10  New

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$6.38
Hastings Fuel Filter
  • In-Line Fuel Filter
  • ; (w/o Hoses & Clamps) See Product Guide for Variations of This Number.
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 480
Brand: Hastings
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1971 - Plymouth Road Runner V 8 Cyl 7.0L 426 6981
Hastings
1986 Plymouth Gran Fury Fuel Filter 8 Cyl 5.2L Hastings

P311-291DE65    GF10  New

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Hastings Fuel Filter
  • In-Line Fuel Filter
  • ; (w/o Vapor Diverter) (w/o Hoses & Clamps) See Product Guide for Variations of This Number.
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 480
Brand: Hastings
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1986 - Plymouth Gran Fury 4 2BBL V 8 Cyl 5.2L 318 5211
Hastings
1982 Plymouth Caravelle Fuel Filter 8 Cyl 5.2L Hastings

P311-291DE65    GF10  New

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$6.38
Hastings Fuel Filter
  • In-Line Fuel Filter
  • ; (w/o Vapor Diverter) (w/o Hoses & Clamps)
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 480
Brand: Hastings
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1982 - Plymouth Caravelle Canada V 8 Cyl 5.2L 318 5211
Premium Guard
1997 Plymouth Grand Voyager Fuel Filter 6 Cyl 3.3L Premium Guard

P311-1F1EFCA    PF5238  New

PF7609 , G7609 , GF850 , 5002-231699 , FF901 , PG7609 , 3577 , 95576 , GF299 , XF65238 , MF 1031 , 86577 , F65238 , GF-978 , F65138 , 23577 , G6530 , BF1053 , 4682370 , G261 , PFB6523 , P552480 , 73577 , GF209 , V3577 , CH36 , F65238P , PF5238

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Premium Guard Fuel Filter
Brand: Premium Guard
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1997 - Plymouth Grand Voyager V 6 Cyl 3.3L 201 3301
Premium Guard
1998 Plymouth Voyager Fuel Filter 6 Cyl 3.3L Premium Guard

P311-458CE94    PF5239  New

F65239P , CH35 , FGI-134 , BF7669 , PG7610 , 23576 , PFB6523 , 86576 , SPCH35 , F65139 , 4809 117AB , GF851 , MF 1050 , 3576 , GF298 , MF65239 , XF65239 , G6531 , V3576 , FF900 , 4282569 , 3577 , 4682569 , 73576 , 5002-231698 , G260 , ALG-4682 , F65239 , GF-977 , PF5239 , G7610 , 95575 , GF210

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Premium Guard Fuel Filter
  • Product Attributes:
    • Length: 4.41
    • Outlet Outside Diameter: 2.19
Brand: Premium Guard
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1998 - Plymouth Voyager V 6 Cyl 3.3L 201 3301
Premium Guard
1994 Plymouth Colt Fuel Filter 4 Cyl 1.5L Premium Guard

P311-5A09D3F    PF4829  New

F44829 , MF 1057 , GF181 , GF657 , GF-890 , PFB4482 , G5477 , 2330019375 , 23502 , 86502 , 043-0970 , ALG-6061 , 73502 , 3502 , GF6061 , V6061 , 25175535 , MF44829 , GF255 , PF5477 , G6338 , G6368 , PG9344 , PF4829 , MB658689 , CG255 , 71-616 , F44829P

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$8.47
Premium Guard Fuel Filter
Brand: Premium Guard
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1994 - Plymouth Colt L 4 Cyl 1.5L 90 1468
Interfil
1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager Fuel Filter Interfil - Fuel Line Length 914mm

P311-0300B0B    W0133-1834313  New

Qty:
$69.01
Interfil Fuel Filter
  • Fuel Line Length 914mm
Brand: Interfil
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1999 - Plymouth Grand Voyager

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Need help tuning up '87 Plymouth Breeze

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Question From Guest on Need help tuning up '87 Plymouth Breeze

I was wondering if anyone could help me find an internet guide for tuning up my '97 plymouth breeze? I'm interested most in finding the gap settings for the spark plugs (4cylinder, 2.0L)

I also can't figure out where the fuel filter is located to replace it.

Thanks so Much!!

Adei.

Response From Guest

OOPPS! TITLE is wrong, it IS a 1997

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

There's usually a sticker underhood for this, T

'95 Plymouth voyager sputtering

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Question From pilvlp on '95 Plymouth voyager sputtering

'95 plymouth voyager(not sure engine size) 175,000 miles

I'm having some sputtering(?) issues. When I take off quickly, It will sputter and make a pounding noise. If I take off slower, it won't make the noise or sputter. It seems like after my car has been running for a little bit, it won't do it.

I was thinking maybe it's the tranny fluid but does a slipping tranny make a bang noise and sputter? Maybe something with the fuel pump?

I've changed my oil and oil filter. The spark plugs are a few months old. Changed my fuel filter a few months ago. Any ideas?

Response From Discretesignals

When it is sputtering, do have a loss of power? Could be an secondary ignition problem that is showing up under load. How are the plug wires? Really need to know what size engine you have.

Response From pilvlp

When it is sputtering, do have a loss of power? Could be an secondary ignition problem that is showing up under load. How are the plug wires? Really need to know what size engine you have.

No loss of power but there is some electrical issues within the vehicle. The lights on my dashboard don't work and the d/c outlet no longer works, but as I said, no power loss when the sputtering occurs.

the plug wires look find the last time I checked. No cracks in the rubber, they snap on easily. I mean, I bought some more spark plugs just in case that is the problem but haven't had a chance to install them yet.

I'm pretty sure the engine is a 2.5 I checked under the hood and that's all I could find without running the VIN.

Response From Discretesignals

Sorry, I meant do you have loss of power from the engine when the sputtering is occurring? Did you ohm check the spark plug wires. Plug wires do wear out and increase in resistance.

Response From pilvlp Top Rated Answer

You were right. The sputtering was a result of bad plug wires. I was going to attempt to change my spark plugs first just to start at the beginning of the line. When I pulled the boot off the first one, the metal piece that is usually inside the boot was stuck to the spark plug. The same thing happened with the 2nd and 4th boot. I was kinda confused as to why it would run poor when I first got in but once it was warmed up it was totally fine. I figured the heat was making the spark plug expand and was able to grab a hold of that metal piece.

Anyway, I went ahead and changed the wires today. It is running great now. I'm glad it was something simple.

Thanks for all your help, Discretesignals.

Tune Up Time

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Question From kingjim9 on Tune Up Time

1994 Plymouth Acclaim 2.5l 4cyl. It's starting to idle a little rough so i figured its time for a tune up, plus with the cost of gas it can't hurt right? I was going to be replacing the plugs, wires, air filter, and pcv valve. Anything else you guys would recommend replacing?

Response From Double J Top Rated Answer

Fuel filter
Breather filter
Distributor cap and rotor.
Oxygen sensor is not a bad idea,a little pricy tho.
Another not a bad idea type thing is the pick up coil in the distributor,not normally replaced with a maintenance tune up


Jim

92 Plymouth Acclaim start problem

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Question From hawaiikang on 92 Plymouth Acclaim start problem

my 92 acclaim has a problem with starting.

it won't start easily in the morning or whenever I leave the car not using for more than 6 to 12 hours.

everything looks okay, but it takes me to start this car more than 5 minutes.
once it gets started, it exhausts smoke for a short time.
and after starting, the problem's gone as long as I don't leave the car not using for certain time.

so, during the day time, because I keep driving it, the engine starts very well, but after I came back home, leave the car at the parking lot, then next morning the problem comes back.

I tried using starting fluid but it wouldn't help.
When I turn the key, check engine signal blinks 5 times and short pause and then 5 times again. Does this mean something? I heard it could be map sensor but I have no idea because I am no mechanic.

Can anyone help me on this problem please?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

If you have a "check enginge" light you have a stored code. I hear that you can get that info from some parts stores one being AutoZone for free. It could be a lot of things and just replacing stuff will be costly as it's probably just one thing. My 2 cents - I don't think it's your MAP (Manifold Actual Pressure) sensor but can't say for sure. The code would help a lot. Good luck, T

Response From hawaiikang

I check the code again, it was 12 - 55 which came out to be nothing wrong.
Thanks for your advice, Tom. Anyone has an idea please?

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Trash the fuel filter unless you just did. Just a thought for now, T

Response From hawaiikang

One more thing, I heard that it could be an aged fuel pump that cannot hold gas for longer period of time.
Does anyone know where Acclaim 92's fuel pump is and how to change it?

Thanks in advance and excuse my bad English. :)

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Fuel pumps are almost always in the gas tank. You can hear them buzz and shut off with just your ignition key in run position without starting the car. That is normal and it SHOULD do that. After that you need to check its pressure output which takes the tools to do that. It's as silly as checking your tire pressure but the kit for it is probably $300 so even I let my buddies in the biz do the ones I question.

I'm almost completly retired with about $40,000 bucks in tools now and that's enough!

When your car acts up try just turning the key to "run" and let the fuel pressure build up - it may work for now. My own bro had a car that did that and the dealer wouldn't fix it because it ran?? It was new and that trick worked. Good luck with it and let us know how you are making out with it. T

Response From hawaiikang

Thanks again Tom,

I haven't checked the fuel pump yet.
I do not know much about a car, so could you explain how to do it?
Do I need special tools or anything?

1994 Plymouth Voyager 3.0 175k Miles

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Question From alger25 on 1994 Plymouth Voyager 3.0 175k Miles

Hello,

My wife and I acquired a 94 Plymouth Voyager that has a 3.0 Liter in it. At first, the current owner told me that the transmission needed replaced and that the ignition module??? was bad.

As I always like to do when getting a vehicle, I changed the spark plugs, fuel filter, transmission filter, and oil filter. The transmission oil looked real dirty but there was no abnormal build up on the magnet in the pan. The van will start up and idle perfect. I was curious to see how the transmission was so I took it down the road a ways and it ran fine, no jerky shifting or any abnormalities.

Here is the problem.....I was told that after the van has been driven for awhile, it will shut off completely...Not stall, but cut out. The current owners said they needed to pull off to the side of the road and wait a few minutes and it would then drive fine for awhile again. The next problem that I have is that when I start the van up and give it gas, it chugs...sometimes to the point of stalling out, others it works out the problem and revs fine. This problem is random, it doesn't always do this. When I took the van on a little test drive, I noticed that if I pushed the gas pedal to the floor, the rpm's would jump maybe 100-200 and the van would act like it was getting no power, it would not accelerate at all. This only happens at full throttle, if I accelerate up a hill at half throttle, it would accelerate perfect.

I noticed that the van was missing its gas cap off the tank. I decided to see what putting one back on would do.....well, it started up and idled fine, but when I gave it any pedal at all it would stall out to the point of not starting again until I let it sit for a good 10-15 minutes.

I am really at a loss on this vehicle and don't want to sink a ton of money into a money pit as finances are tight right now.

I would just take it to a service center and have them find out what is wrong with it, but the location is an hour out of town and I am not going to register/insure the van until I know that it is running solid.

I've asked around and everyone is stumped as to what the primary problem could be. I have been leaning towards the fuel pump but really hate to sink money into a part not knowing if the problem will be fixed or still occur.

Any help/suggestions are greatly appreciated. I look forward to hearing some opinions on this matter :)

Response From Loren Champlain Sr Top Rated Answer

alger; The very first thing I'd check, would be the fuel filter. Second, fuel pressure. Have the trouble codes retrieved (if any) and post them for us to see. A faulty TPS (throttle position sensor) can cause similar symptoms.

Response From alger25

Loren,

I changed the fuel filter while i was tuning up the van last weekend thinking that may be part of this issue. Nothing changed after the tuneup was completed so the filter is not the cause.

How do I check the fuel pressure? As I stated in my first post, the vehicle is in a bad location and would require driving it an hour into town on a freeway. (Only one road to the location from here) I was leaning towards risking the drive into town to take the van to auto zone to have a scanner hooked up to get the codes but its a pretty risky drive. I live in town and am not able to have non-running/insured/registered vehicles sitting outside the house....I am kind of in a difficult situation here :(

Thanks for the advice though, I'll keep chugging along and hope to figure something out without having to risk the drive into town.

EDIT: Also would like to add that the AIRBAG light in the dashboard stays lit up all the time the key is on, maybe this will help out, maybe not!

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

alger; A fuel pressure guage can be rented (or borrowed) from some of the major parts stores. Since this is an OBDI system, you'll, more than likely, have to pay a shop to 'pull' codes. The 'major' parts stores can only do OBDII systems. The air bag light won't have anything to do with the drivablility issues. Just means that the air bag won't deploy.

Response From alger25

If I rent a fuel pressure gauge from auto zone, what am i suppose to be looking for exactly? And what are we ruling out by checking the fuel pressure?

From my automotive experience, just the fact that the van runs even more terrible by placing the gas cap on the tank would direct me towards the fuel pump, however, the full pedal acceleration makes no sense because it accelerates just fine with half a pedal.

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

alger; The fuel pressure should be 48 psi. at idle. Also, wouldn't hurt to do a backpressure test on the exhaust system.

Response From alger25

If you had to make an educated guess, what would be the first part you would replace concerning the problem with this van? We are headed out to look at it again tomorrow and I really want to start narrowing things down so that we can get it running again. I am unable to get it into town to have a scan pulled from it or any of the tests you mentioned.

I am leaning towards the fuel pump...That would explain the sputtering with little gas pedal after idle and the fact that when at full throttle it has no power. However, it kinda of seems wierd that with half gas pedal, it accelerates fine.

EDIT: I found a pressure tester I can rent for 150.00 so it looks like we will be doing that tomorrow. If the pressure test doesnt meet 48 psi at idle, what would be the cause of this? Just curious what part would be failing so that I can pick that part up as well so I will have it in the event it needs replaced or I can return it in the event it doesnt.

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

alger; I can understand the dilema that you are, but without testing, I can't advocate replacing anything, yet. From the symptoms, I'd want to check exhaust backpressure and fuel pressure before doing anything. The fuel pump is a spendy item...you want to be 100% sure it's the problem before replacing it. You can remove the upstream oxygen sensor and see how it runs...It's going to be noisy, but should answer the backpressure question. Hot exhaust will come out of that hole, so take every precaution that nothing will get damaged or caught on fire during the test. (I don't recommend a novice attempt this) I sure hope that the rental on that pressure tester isn't $150.00....just a deposit? Right?

Response From alger25

The 150.00 is a deposit for the item, I will get a full refund when I take the kit back to them. If I remove the o2 sensor and see what it does would that eliminate that part? Also, how do I go about doing a back pressure test? I just really want to get this taken care of.

Also, you suggested getting the codes pulled off the computer but as far as I am aware, there are no codes. The check engine light has not come on a single time since I have started the van up over a month or two ago.

Like I said before, the idle is awesome, the acceleration at half gas pedal is very responsive.

I will rent that kit tomorrow to test the fuel pressure and also remove the O2 sensor to see if that changes anything....If I remove the O2 sensor to see how it acts, I would assume it wont run top notch due to the sensor not being in place or am I mistaken?

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

Alger; We use a fitting that screws into the hole that the O2 sensor comes out of. Then, connect a pressure guage to the fitting, and can get an accurate pressure reading. Anything above 2psi is a problem. The check engine light on pre-96 cars won't come on unless there is a hard fault. Meaning, you could have stored codes that will help in the diagnostics. Assuming that the CEL works. When the key is turned to the 'on' position, the CEL should illuminate. By removing the O2 sensor and running it around the block to check for power, might cause a CEL, or set a code. (leave the sensor connected, electrically). It will more than likely run rich, but we're more concerned, right now, if your 'power' is back to normal.
Do you already own this vehicle, or are you 'thinking' of buying it. If you haven't bought it already, I'd run away. Fast.

Response From alger25

We own it, my wife's uncle gave it to us since he has no use for it and we need a vehicle.