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#4270 of 4276 Lift Gate Lock Not working
Oct 21, 2006 (8:01 am)
I have Plymouth Grand Voyager 2000. I notice intermediate many electrical problem
1. My passenger side window regular stop working
2. Bigger problem is my lift gate lock remins in lock position not able to open i.e. can not close
Any advice ?
#4271 of 4276 Transaxle fluid capacity
Oct 21, 2006 (11:40 am)
Does anyone know how much ATF is needed when you just drop the pan? I could have sworn I saw it somewhere in the owner's manual but can't seem to find it now.
#4272 of 4276 Re: Transaxle fluid capacity [mfahey1]
Oct 21, 2006 (2:14 pm)
At least through '99 or so it is about 4 quarts. I can siphon 3.7 quarts from my wife's '95 which I do as low cost preventive service, once every 10K. I think this is about 1/2 of the system capacity. As you probably know, replace with DC equivalent fluid. I use ATF+3 in the '95. Roy
#4273 of 4276 Re: Transaxle fluid capacity [royallen]
Oct 21, 2006 (3:39 pm)
Thanks for the information although I don't know for sure if 2001 used a higher capacity, especially with the towing package(which I forgot to mention if it makes a difference).
ATF+4 is what is recommended for our year.
#4274 of 4276 Re: Dead 91 Voyager [dan77]
Oct 22, 2006 (4:42 am)
Found the problem with yours yet?
I tried by passing wires to the starter with no luck.
All fuses (that I can find) test good.
Still no good info as to the problem here.
Mine is ready to be scrapped out at 90,000 mi!
#4275 of 4276 Dodge/Plymouth/Chrysler Minivan Problems & Solutions
by claires HOST
Oct 23, 2006 (2:11 am)
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