Last post on Dec 02, 2011 at 6:30 PM
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#18 of 25 Follow-up to the Airbag issue
Mar 16, 2009 (10:01 am)
Note to CB wilsha: I did take your wise advise and contacted my local Chrysler Dealership today. The service advisor ran the VIN # and found out that the clockspring mechanism was in fact the subject of a recall and will be replaced at NO CHARGE!! Praise The Lord!!! When I told my son and daughter in law the news, they were elated. There were some other recalls on this van that obviously were not done as well, and the dealer is going to take care of them as well. He knew just what I was talking about and said that the clockspring effects the control of the airbag, the horn and the cruise control(which wasn't working either, by the way) Thanks again for the advise, and I think this is a great site where people seem to come together and help one another out wherever possible. Isn't that the way it shoud be with everything??God Bless!!
Mar 16, 2009 (10:12 am)
Thank YOU for letting us know the good news. I've been thinking about you all morning because you said you were checking with a Dealer today. So many times we give advice and never hear back whether it worked or not. Good luck with the NEW Voyager!
P.S. Sounds like you've come across a good Dealer so stick with him.
#20 of 25 transmission leak on 96' grand voyager
Apr 20, 2009 (9:31 am)
My son's 96' Plymouth Grand voyager is leaking Tranny fluid. I think its coming from where the halfshaft comes out of the transmission on the driver's side. Is there a seal in there? If so, how hard is it to replace it and what is involved? Any help is greatly appreciated. Thank you.
#21 of 25 1999 voyager 3.3 with 41te 4 speed transmission
Aug 03, 2010 (11:07 pm)
problem: shifts good when cool. if you take it easy will get up to speed (60) no problem. if you gun it from dead stop to 75mph goes thru all gears, shifts at about 3500 rpm. sounds good right? well, when you are going 45 or 50 then get on it the rpms jump from 4500 to 3500 to 5500 like the transmission is confused. things i know about the van. the wiring has a short between main fuse box and coolant fan relay. power control module pin connection has what looks like marine liquid rubber all over it. i have changed the out and in transmisison sensors. no code shows up on the dbII scan tool, which is strange cause the service engin lite is on. checked all fuses at fuse box in cab and main, all fuses look good. van runs like a top and all electrical items work as they should. I am thinking go to the salvage yard and get new wiring harness going to pcm, change pcm and take it from there. is this a logical step to take?
#22 of 25 Re: 1998 ply voyager transmission Problems [allenprimo913]
Aug 25, 2011 (4:55 pm)
I am having the same issue with my 98 PLYM GV 3.3L trans. When i stop and turn the van off it will be running fine. I too checked fluids and the fluids were fine. I had O'Reilly's tech tell me to check the shift solenoid switch.
Plus my cruise control doesn't work either. Light comes on but Nada. I had it checked by recall for the clock spring, dealership installed new clock spring but that didn't fix the cc problem. Any ideas? Thanks in advance.
#23 of 25 Re: Air bag light always on [shopdog97]
Oct 20, 2011 (2:00 pm)
did he by it used if so we had a '95 and we re placed the fuse and the light went off
#24 of 25 Power steering fluid usage high
Nov 27, 2011 (9:14 pm)
I topped the reservoir off a couple of weeks ago and its dry again but I dont see any leaks or drops on the ground. Is this a indicator that my ps is getting bad.
#25 of 25 1999 Plym GV-Leaking Brake Line
Dec 02, 2011 (6:30 pm)
I have a 1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager, 3.3 v6- 220K, with a leaking metal brake line. The leak is located in a braded area about a foot past the ABS Unit, running along the frame, and in the direction of the rear proportioning valve which is near the driver side rear wheel well.
The location of the ABS Unit presents a real access problem for the one end. I intend to replace both lines.
Your suggestions for an easy removal process, and if possible, a price/location to purchase the preformed lines would be appreciated. Thank you.