1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager Repair and Maintenance

A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager

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1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager Problems

Noise in Front Suspension Due to Worn Sway Bar Bushings/End Links

Worn sway bar bushings or sway bar end links may cause a rattling or clunking noise from the front suspension during low-speed driving. Though not always the root cause, front struts are often replaced for this condition.

Windshield wiper arm breaking

Three times, while using windshield wipers, the wiper arms have caught and tangled with each other causing the blades to break and the arm assembly to bend and become unusable.

The problem was solved by repositioning the wiper arms, having more distance between them when they are at rest, tightening the arm bolts with non-loosening bolts and replacing the 28" blades with 26" blades.

Power Windows May Stop Working

One or more power windows may stop working due to a failed window motor or regulator. In some cases these items are replaced as a set. If not, diagnoses will be required to determine which is at fault.

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1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager Questions

fire under the hood (1 answer)

yes I just had a fire under the hood today the wire from the starter to the battery are burned it also toke out the computer as well I just left the house and about 5 miles from the house it caught fire would like to know why

All indicator lights on drive instrument panel are on instead of the D only that (1 answer)

Car now running low gear

Front a/c blows ice cold air, rear a/c blows only hot air (1 answer)

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1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager Recalls

Recall 04V480000
ON CERTAIN MINIVANS, THE DRIVER'S AIR BAG MAY BECOME DISABLED DUE TO A FAILURE OF THE CLOCKSPRING, WHICH IS LOCATED IN THE HUB OF THE STEERING WHEEL.
Recall 00V268000
VEHICLE DESCRIPTION: MINI VANS BUILT WITH 3.3L AND 3.8L ENGINES HAVE FUEL RAILS WITH NITROLE RUBBER O-RING SEALS THAT CAN DEGRADE OVER TIME. FUEL LEAKAGE FROM THE UNDERHOOD FUEL INJECTION FUEL RAIL COULD RESULT, INCREASING THE LIKELIHOOD OF A VEHICLE FIRE.
Recall 99V116000
VEHICLE DESCRIPTION: MINI VANS BUILT FOR FLEET SALES ONLY. THE HEADLAMP MODULE DOES NOT IDENTIFY THE PARK LAMP AS "DRL" AS REQUIREMENT OF FMVSS 108, "LAMPS, REFLECTIVE DEVICES, AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT."

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1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager Reviews

The Oregon driver with the 1999 Grand Voyager Espresso 3.3L, now with 268,000 miles. Starting to show some age: 1. Transmission shifts even when I back off the accelerator and "bumps" from 2nd into 3rd. Wish there was a software/firmware upgrade for older transmissions. Original still on van. 2. Rear wing motors out. 3. Ventilation blower works intermittently. Very odd. But what can I...
It takes forever to to warm up in and Iowa winter. Cooling is fine.
i am a mech. best i have owned have a honda 03 i also own. ply. twice the van ply mi. 167000 honda 73000 ply ride and drive 2' 3 times better

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