1994 Plymouth Grand Voyager Questions
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It is completely off of all three tracks and is sitting on the floor of the back seat.
It started out as a popping sound when the van was shifting up (automatic). Now it is jerking, possibly backfiring, and still making the popping sound. I checked transmission fluid, and found it was empty. Filled it, found it empty 3 days later, filled it again with transmission sealant and fluid. Fluid staying full now, but still jerking and popping sound.
Passenger sliding door first became hard to latch and had to be pushed in at rear of door to latch, then became hard to latch at all. It sometimes seems to latch with help, then I hear road noise & have to close it again. 199,032 miles. What do I fix?
For a few months now, every time I start accelerating about 30mph, the van seems like it is backfiring/not wanting to accelerate. Once you get up to speed, it continually jerks, not terribly hard, but it does it. I noticed my muffler is really loud. Could needing a new muffler cause the van to do this?
It was leaking from the transmission pan, we replaced the gasket and filter. Now its leaking to the left of the pan. Not sure if its the bellhousing or what.
Van headlights and tail lights (?) still work, maybe even directional lights, but no dash lights or guages work. ABB brakes are making a noise and pushing back so that's a sensor, I think. Happened right after this. Thanks for the great answers! Very helpful.
Have replaced the rear shocks, made sure the rear wheel bearings are good and tight. When I turn a corner or turn and twist the frame a little, there is a klunk in back. Sometimes you can feel like something is moving just a little. That is why I thought it could have been the shocks or the wheel bearings. Does anyone have an idea about this???
The oil inlets for the lifters are stopped up. The car sat for 3 years. Can I put 1 quart of transmission fluid in with the oil to clean them, so they will fill with oil?
This 1994 voyager 3.3 sat for 2 years in garage before I got it. The valves are very loud. What do I use to clean them so they will pump up with ooil.
I asked earlier about a broken wire in the motor since it keeps blowing fuses. Found out that wire was protruding through a crimp and was not broken. I took the armature out and could not find any broken wires anywhere. Could there be anything else wrong? Do not want to buy another motor if this one is not bad.
I pulled the back off of the rear wiper motor to find out why it was blowing fuses. I found a broken wire, but cannot see where it would go. It is not one of the wire cables going to either brush. It is a very fine solid wire. Anyone have an idea where it would go?
The Freon has leaked out enough that the compressor will not engage. Can I recharge the system without vacuuming first? If I do will that harm the compressor?