A problem with the sliding door track and door stops can allow the door to slide out of the track and fall off the vehicle. This is more common when doors are opened fast and allowed to hit the stops with a lot of force.Google+
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Plymouth Grand Voyager Silding Door May Fall Off Track
Plymouth Grand Voyager Problem
Average Mileage: 171,167 mi (121,289 mi - 235,046 mi)
My slider is off the track also. Havn't got it fixed yet..
Visitor, 1994 Plymouth Grand Voyager, 165,000 mi
Sliding door fell off when my wife opened it. Needs latch/bearing assembly but discontinued. :(
Visitor, 1994 Plymouth Grand Voyager, 204,500 mi
sliding door keeps coming off track
Visitor, 1995 Plymouth Grand Voyager, 121,289 mi
sliding door came off track and i need to know where to get parts to reinstall the door
Visitor, 1990 Plymouth Grand Voyager
mine fell off too hoping it won't cost too much to fix it
Have same problem. Do not see a stopper as described in some of these posts, probably fell out or was forced out the last time the door came off. Track is bent also. Will update this as soon as we decide whether or not to try fixing ourselves or take to shop. Seems like a simple fix, probably just replace the track; but we all know how "simple" fixes can go sometimes!
Visitor, 1994 Plymouth Grand Voyager, 130,000 mi
Sliding door falls off track. Track is bent and looks like something took a "bite" out of it near the end of track which is where it is falling off. Do not see any stoppers in the track anywhere.