Tip & How-To about 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager

Routine Tune-Up=Keep your excellent gas mileage and a smooth running Engine and Transmission

Hello and thank you for choosing Fixya.com for your automotive questions, concerns, comments and advice. On behalf of myself, I take great pride in helping others as best I can with several automotive questions. My tip for the 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyger, as well as all Plymouth vehicles; and other makes and models is as follows:

1. If your service light come on and stays on or blinks:
a. have a diagnostic test done on it
b. Replace any and all parts necessary according to codes from D. Test

2. Have the oil, transmission fluid and filters changed, as well as having radiator and block flushed and refilled with filtered water and the appropriate amount of Anti-Free-Freeze
NOTE: Anti-Freeze not only keeps your engine from freezing in cold temperatures, but also helps keep the engine from overheating

3. In the process of a tune-up, whether you are doing it yourself, or having a "professional" do it, replace the thermostat. Most cases of overheating vehicles is caused by a thermostat getting stuck open or shut. Also, ensure that any and all fans are in working order and are coming on and off efficiently (if so programmed to do so).

4. Replace the plugs, and plug wires, as well as the air and fuel filter.

Last, but certainly not least, on a more regular basis, make sure that all fuses and relays are good. Replace as necessary. If you have any fuses that seem to blow on a regular basis, and no faulty wiring, sockets, or any other components have been located, use a slightly higher amp fuse.

I would like to thank you again for choosing fixya.com. I hope these tips, thought common to many, are useful to you. Please let me know if I can be of any assistance in the future, as I will do all I can with my knowledge, know how, and personal experience to help you get your, so beloved vehicle running again as it should.

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