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Plymouth Grand Voyager, Transmission, Van
#44 of 84 1994 Plymoth Grand Voyager LE
Oct 17, 2008 (10:35 pm)
I have a 1994 Plymoth Grand Voyager LE that runs but cant get over 2300 - 2500 RPM without putting and acting like its not getting enough gas. There are no codes from the computer and I have changed the gas filter, coil, plugs and wires, a couple of the fuel injectors, air filter, and oil. Nothing made a difference on it. Any suggestions or advice would really help.
#45 of 84 Oil Pan-Broken Weld at plug
Oct 27, 2008 (1:14 pm)
Has anyone had a problem with the oil pan plug weld breaking? I just had that done and I am trying to deal with the person that changed the oil the last time. Does this happen often. I have 127,000 miles on this vehicle. Just curious. I would really like to know so I have something to go on when I meet with these people.
Thank you for you rhelp.
#46 of 84 headlight bulb replacement
Dec 02, 2008 (10:31 am)
I have a 99 grand voyager that needs new headlight bulbs and having difficulty trying to pry the old ones out to get them replaced. Has anyone done this before?
Thanks for any ideas/suggestions.
#47 of 84 shipo,,, flashin lights
Dec 31, 2008 (5:20 pm)
sorry shipo , this is the only way i know how to get ahold of you as i am new here. But the info you gave me about my flashing lighs on my dash ,,,, 98 plymouth voyager. IT WORKED AWSOME, THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU FRED
#48 of 84 Re: 1994 Plymoth Grand Voyager LE [mattman88]
Jan 01, 2009 (5:48 pm)
catalytic converter is most likely the problem
#49 of 84 Re: 99 voyager transmission [imprezaboy]
Feb 28, 2009 (11:35 pm)
I used to have the same problem with mine. Do you warm up the vehicle before you leave? maybe that's the reason.....I mean, that's what I did to solve it, warm up the engine for at least 15 mins.....
Hope it helps...
#50 of 84 Re: Q: When to change timing chain on 99 Grand Voyager [hmowner]
Feb 28, 2009 (11:42 pm)
changing the timing chain is always good, but i don't think is necessary NOW, considering you only have 105k miles.... and when you start hearing a noise like a little bell coming down the hood means you need a new water pump. All those vans need the water pump change after a while....but you will clearly hear the noise....
#51 of 84 96 GR. Voyager Engine stalls when above 50deg outside
May 15, 2009 (3:13 pm)
My Van was tested four times over 3 month period. The first read my O2 sensor in BANK #2 was oxygen strong, 2nd test was normal, 3rd test O2 sensor was going bad and 4th test was normal. Then the problem started again,my Van wont run when its 50 degress or warmer outside. It willstart up when its cold and stay running for about 20-30 minutes and then it starts stalling. I have replaced the coil-ignition, spark plugs and spark plug wires, distributor (all of it), battery, test the alternator it was good. I have ask alot of people no one knows for sure. I think it could be a number of things, I was hoping someone has seen this problem before and could HELP Thank You for any ones time. Josh
#52 of 84 Re: 96 GR. Voyager Engine stalls when above 50deg outside [mrhat15]
May 15, 2009 (5:39 pm)
Have you considered the mass airflow sensor? Try pulling it out and cleaning it to see if it makes any difference. Because it is ambient-temperature related, I suspect this is an air-metering problem.
#53 of 84 1994 Plymouth Grand Voyager 3.8L won't start.
May 18, 2009 (4:21 pm)
My PGV 3.8L just stopped on me. I listened for the "whirl" of the fuel pump when attempting to restart but could not hear it. I replaced the fuel pump but before so doing, checked that voltage was present at the electrical connection and it was: Between 5-10VDC. Still, the car won't start. I checked for spark at the plugs: None from wires. Spark from coil pack: None to wires. I disconnected the neg battery cable when installing pump so I don't think any codes are available. Also, can anyone give me a precise location of crankshaft sensor, camshaft sensor, ignition module and the location of the computer itself? Can I remove the computer and take it to AutoZone or a similar outfit and have the codes retrieved? Any help on this matter would be greatly appreciated.