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Checked codes by key and flashing engine light. Codes 41 &47
This continues to be a problem. Is it an electrical issue? Possibly fuse or relay switch problem?
the quote I am getting seems high. I am not sure of the engine information
Ac works but when I move the switch passed halfway it makes a loud noise
I checked the box in trunk I undid pos post for ten minetes l checked ground on cooler in back
Recently had to replace the oil pan, and then replace the gasket again because it was done incorrectly the first time. I know lack of proper oil flow can have really bad effects, so I am just trying to figure out where to start and see if it is even worth it.
Changed fuel pump / dist. cap
Has a little over 151,000 miles on it. We've recently replaced the motor (gently used), O2 sensor (new), battery (from junkyard), alternator (junkyard), & radiator. "Fixed" the clogged catalytic converter by opening, stripping everything out, welding back together & on van. Also, my brother didn't tell me both sway bar links were broke & it hasn't had an air box since he's had it.
My problem started when my brother used the van to push a car out of mud while car was on a slight hill. Next day I drove it & it would stall/hesitate when going a certain speed. Then gradually became dying at stops, while slowly backing out & turning, & stalling/hesitating when hitting a bump (on freeway).
I was driving on the freeway which was fine. Stop & park (while started, about 10 minutes), then shut off van & going to leave the dashboard, headlights, & radio/click lights were all flashing. Wipers were going while off. Numbers where mileage is were going crazy. All gauge needles continusly went up & down. & a humming noise came from where the alternator is. After driving about 5 minutes, it died at an intersection. Replaced the alternator with one from the junkyard (tested positive 3 times during test). Next day, replaced battery with a used one. Jumped & left on for about 10-15 minutes. Drove down the street, fine. Got onto freeway & if stalled when I hit a bump, died when I turned, & continued to stall occasionally on freeway.
I have a very strange problem with my 1995 Grand Voyager. It will buck and rpm’s surge from 2 to 3 ½ after driving for about 10 minutes at 60 to 70 mph. It will continue to buck much worse as I continue to drive. The strange part of all this is as I’m driving I’ll put the car in neutral and rev the engine until the rpm’s hit 4 and then wait for it come down to 2 and then put the car back in drive. The problem miraculously disappears until my next trip the next day. What can this be? If it were the tranny, I would think by revving the engine in neutral wouldn’t fix it. I’m puzzled!
My third cylendier spark plug has a misfire I had spark plug replace and the mechanic said there's a bolt in the sleeve so it want go all the way down
my engine also cuts out and quits when it has been driven for a while 5 miles or about the time it warms up
The back side of my van's wheel bearing needs a change and i would like some tuturoial
The 1998 Plymouth Voyager is also loosing water and smoking close to the radiator.
It's bee like this for 2 months. I replace a idler, fuse, air filter, spark plugs, battery.
Was driving in mountains, van cut out, restarted and cut out in 1/4 mile. Will not start again.