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Tune Up Hi! I just bought a 1998 Plymouth Voyager, 4 cyl, auto, a/c. I would like to know step by step how tune it up (eng.). Thank You!

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I have a 98 6cyl, you are lucky u will be changing plugs in a 4 cyl, the 6cyl. took me several hours just for plugs and wires--3 plugs are back way under the windshield, and very difficult to access. Here's what u should do: New spark plugs, spark plug wires, distributor cap (if equipped, mine doesn't have one, not sure if yours does), air filter, fuel filter, change oil and filter (if u don't know when previous owner changed it, then every 3k miles or every 6 months, whichever comes 1st). Also a good idea to flush out the cooling system and fill up w/ 50-50 coolant water mix. Check out your wiper blades, if they smear the rain off replace them now. Also check the belt(s), if cracked or frayed , replace them now so u won't get stuck later. And finally, the most neglected item, and a weak point of Chrysler vans, the transmission. Drop the pan, drain the fluid, replace the filter, check and clean magnet on bottom of trans. pan, it will have fine metal shavings from normal wear and tear. If u find pieces of metal, that's bad, u r headed for tranny trouble, U also should check the brakes, to see how much the pads/shoes are worn, to give u an idea how long til u need to think about brakes. If one side is wearing quicker than the other, something is up, do the brakes (always do both front or both back, never just one wheel). Whew, that's a lot, but you'll know what kind of shape your van is in, and can drive it w/ confidence.

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