Question about 1997 Plymouth Voyager
First of all check the oil level in your engine. If is ok,then check whether the oil filter is a correct one . Change the oil filter with the correct filter and follow it for a day and if the problem gone means that the filter was not keeping the oil in a correct quantity and pressure.Also check if the oil pressure is a good one and it keeps working accurately. A simple try as a test but not for long is to disconnect the cable and follow it if there is not any warning comes on then change the oil switch.
Posted on Dec 01, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I don't believe your particular vehicle's cooling system needs to be bled during coolant filling, but check the coolant level first. It seems that the coolant level is too low for the sensors to be able to sense the temperature, or the sensors are disconnected. Look for a connector on the intake manifold, near the coolant outlet. Ensure it is properly connected.
Posted on Aug 17, 2008
Try this web site. It will take you to Auto Zone and a description of what you want.
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
You need to pull out the Printed Circuit board behind the dash board gauges and re-solder ALL the parts on the board. Only attempt this if you are experienced at soldering electronic PC boards as you could permanently damage the board.
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
The "check engine" light on the older models don't tell you things like "change oil, or check oil, or many other tings talking cars do today.
It could mean anything from one cylinder isn't firing well, (and that itself could be a plug, or broken wire), or it could mean that your low on coolant, or any number of things.
The best thing to do is take your vehicle to the dealer and ask the to run a computer code check..SOME garages charge a nominal fee, and some don't charge at all.
Depending on hw much you value your vehicle will depend on what you do. Checking the warning light now could save you big bucks later, or if you aren't concerned if the vehicle quits on you unexpectedly just ignore it. That's the choices, as limited as they are.
I hope this helps you some.
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Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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