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#26 of 55 Check the blower resistor pack.
Aug 08, 2007 (5:09 am)
#27 of 55 Re: 99 Plymouth Voyager Fans not working [singlemom3]
Aug 08, 2007 (6:39 am)
You may have a short in the primary power wire from the relay to the cooling fan motor. A multi-tester in the continuity setting would confirm if theres a break in the line. An akward visual inspection from underneath the vehicle may also spot it. If so,cut the bad piece out and splice in an equal gauge of wire to graft it in to position. Ideally, copper wire could be soldered with rubber heat shrink tubing placed around it to seal it.
#28 of 55 Blower issues fixed
Aug 09, 2007 (7:12 pm)
Thanks everyone, I ended up replacing the resistor pack myself (very easy). I think it cost me $18 and some change. I ended up having to cut off a small piece of wire to the blower motor(melted) and replace the end with a female connector from autozone for about $6 dollars.
All in all I think the whole thing was about $24 and tax.
And to think, the dealer said it was going to cost me $80 to LOOK AT IT!!!!
#29 of 55 98 Voyager overheated white smoke comes out
Sep 06, 2007 (2:28 pm)
my 98 voyager overheated again today, it has an overheated problem about 1 month ago, I replaced the fan relay, then it seems running good until today. When I stopped my car in the parking space, I heard a noise coming from the front, sounds like something boiling water. I guess it was the coolant, but when I look at the temp guage, the temp was right at the middle, seems normal to me, but next second, lots of white smoke come out under the hood, but no burnt smell, and the coolant spill over over the floor.....smoke stops about after 10 mintues. what should I do next?? please advice.
#30 of 55 Re: 98 Voyager overheated white smoke comes out [eric2]
Sep 06, 2007 (3:34 pm)
What you saw was apparently steam and not smoke, a very important (and fortunate for you) distinction. It sounds like you need to fill the radiator and coolant overflow bottle and get it to a decent mechanic to debug the problem.
#31 of 55 radiator cooling fan relay location
Mar 20, 2008 (5:21 pm)
The radiator fan keeps running on my 2001 Chrysler Town and Country, even with the ignition off. Also got engine light signal. Switched 40A relay in fuse box and this did not change situation. I believe the fan motor control relay is stuck in the closed position. Problem is I can't find where this relay is located on the car. Checked Chilton and Haynes manuals without success. Can't find anything on-line pertaining to location. Both Murray's and Autozone have replacement part but were no help in locating where to find it on the van. Dealers are all down for the weekend.
Does anyone know where this relay is located.
#32 of 55 2003 caravan sport 3.3 l loosing coolant
Mar 24, 2008 (9:27 pm)
have a 2003 caravan 3.3l with 100,000 kms that keeps loosing coolant. dont notice any on ground, white exhaust, filmy windows or odors. No matter how hot engine is running, the rad hoses are never hard, alwalys soft but not collapsed. any help would be appreciated.
#33 of 55 Re: 2003 caravan sport 3.3 l loosing coolant [johnson11978]
Mar 25, 2008 (4:39 am)
I'd check the weep hole on the nose of your water pump. While the pump on our 2003 is still intact and not leaking after well over 170,000 kms, I've heard from other 2003 owners that their pumps started leaking right around the 100,000 km mark.
#34 of 55 I think I found the leak, now what?
Apr 14, 2008 (11:56 am)
I have a '93 Caravan 3.0 litre that runs like a top; it does, however, suffer from age related complaints, the most recent of which is a coolant leak. I naturally found this following a much needed cooling system flush. The leak appears to be coming from the pipe on the return side to the radiator. The hose is new, and the little pipe it comes off of appears to be in good shape, so if I had to guess, I would say the o-ring on the engine side of the pipe is shot. My question is this: How do you replace it? Visibility is nil when it comes to seeing just how to get at it.
Many thanks in advance for any input,
#35 of 55 fan motors not working
Apr 20, 2008 (11:29 am)
The fan motors on my 1999 voyager are not working. Fuse is good. Where do I look from here?