Question about 2000 Chrysler Grand Voyager
2000 plymouth voyager mini van drives well, but won't go into reverse
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: can I put a 98
The books say no. If all the electrical connections are the same, go for it but look at them closely. Also you will want to use the flexplate (flywheel) from the donor vehicle. It was right around 98 or 99 that Chrysler changed the bolt pattern on the torque converter. Chrysler motors are balanced by the torque converter, and this means the four converter bolt holes are not evenly spaced, and must be in the correct alignment to get all four bolts installed. one of the holes in the flywheel has flat sides. If you get that bolt in, and any other bolt in, the other two will go in. if you put that one in and the next one won't go, you need to remove that bolt and rotate the converter to the next hole. do yourself a favor and turn the converter the same way each time to avoid trying positions already tried.
Posted on Aug 17, 2011
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