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Not shifting? or is the tranny dust? Is this mechanical (in the linkage) or does the transmission "spin" when put into Drive?
The Voyager is infamous for it's bad transmissions.. Craigslist is "littered" with Caravans and Voyagers that need transmissions.. The replacement can cost as much as $2600.. and finding a used one is not always easy.. the cheapest and best way to replace it is get a rebuilt one.. and do it yourself.. it is time consuming yet fairly simple on the 3.0 engine. The hardest part is seperating the struts.. this might be a two man job.. BTW.. don't let the torque converter fall out of the transmission.. get a book if you attempt this repair at home.. jack he van up as high as you can.. the engine is easily supported with a couple of 2x4 cut to fit..
Do Not drive the Van until the source of the leak has been identified and repaired.
Let me know when you find out where the leak is coming from by replying in the Comments portion of this Posting.
Include the Size Engine and whether this is a Grand Voyager and what Transmission Type (number) you have if you know.
Potential problem - useful life of that transmission is about 120k. Have you noticed any drip under the vehicle coming from the trans area? Make sure the fluid level is correct and check with a transmission shop. They can put a scanner on and check for codes.