Question about 2000 Chrysler Grand Voyager
I have no power to the wires to the coil. when ign is on, and during cranking. i have checked all the fuses i could find. lost and confused
Did you check to see if the rotor button is turning, if not check your timing belt ..
Posted on Jan 20, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
(check water/ antifreeze level first, make sure it's full, low water can cause it not to heat properly) it could possibly be either the thermostat- fairly cheap and easy to fix, great for DIY's- if that doesn't fix it, it could be heater core.
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
In 2000 the only Grand Voyager that was equiped with a cabin air filter was the 6 cylinder 3.3 liter Sport model.
Cabin filters are generally found in one of two locations: under the hood, or under the dash board.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
http://www.mvreader.com/multiview/dayco/catalogSearch.php?autoCatalogSearch=1&make=CHRYSLER&model=TOWN%20%26% The Town and Country has the Exact same Motor, Here is the Link to the 3.3 Liter Belt Diagram. It is the First at the Top, Just read the Header. Please Rate My Response! Thanks!4ZYEV3
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
SOURCE: blower resistor
In the manual I have it is shown to be located under the hood at the rear of the compartment on the firewall area where there are several rectangular openings. The block is hidden from view below the wiper module on the lower edge of one of those openings. It has a 5 wire plug on the cabin side of the the opening. If you don't find it, then I know in the 2001 model it was in the cabin, behind the glove box again with the resistors sticking thru the firewall where the air intake would cool them. I just don't know in what year the block was moved between '98 and '01
If you find it in the first location you use a couple of flat blade screwdrivers to release the block and pull it into the engine compartment. On the hidden side push on a spring tang on the driver's side narrow edge of the block and on the comparment side you will see a couple of etched lines on that same side showing where to put the tip of the other screwdriver to pry it forward into the compartment.
Get a replacement block and install making sure the resistors aren't touching one another. If you have trouble removing it I can send you a page that shows what I described above. PS Please let me know where you find the resistor block to be located. Use the 'thank and rate' tab to get back to me quickly without having to wait for me to be "available"
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
use a lift, let van cool or change front three while van is cooling and from the under side of the engine change the other last three. They can be reached easily. No need to remove plenium.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
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