Question about 1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager
Before i can render any assistance you must first find the source of the oil leak, this requires that you have the engine cleaned of all leaked oi and dirt that has attached to it, then drive it look under the car and try and see the source.
Posted on Feb 06, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Next to the battery & mount onto the upper frame at the front of the car an air filter housing with 2 self tapping bolts. Remove these and disconnect serveral hoses and lift back, Below this is the air filter housing itself. clips are on the side slip off, and replace filter.
Posted on Jun 23, 2008
Sure pull the cover off the arm at the base(by the bottom of the windshiel) under that you will find a bolt. Unbolt the arm and pull it off then adjust both arms so that they do not entangle at the high point. You can turn on the wipers and when they reach the high end quickly shut off ignition they will stop at this position so you can adjust them, This is what we would do at the shop for about 200 bucks. Take your time and be sure to tighten everything up when you're don and you will do great. Have fun.
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
SOURCE: Adding freon to air conditioner
from the compressor there is two lines coming
from the back side, follow the line that goes
in to the front condenser thats your low side.
Posted on May 29, 2009
The likely problem is the contacts in the solenoid on the side of the starter. Does the solenoid click when trying to start the car? Disconnect one battery cable before doing anything with it. I fixed mine by removing the end of the solenoid case and building up the badly eroded input terminal bolt head with silver solder--worked great. You have to work under the car to get to these parts--use jack stands for safety.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
The fan on this van is electric and heat activated. It will run when the thermostat shows the tempurature is too high regardless of whether or not the engine is on.
If it is working correctly it should turn off in no more than 10 minutes assuming the engine weren't actually overheating.
If it is staying on longer than that, the fan's thermostat may need to be replaced.
If the fan comes on when the engine is cold, then you can be pretty sure the thermostat is the culprit.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 30, 2009
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