Question about 2000 Chrysler Grand Voyager
I have a chrysler voyager s reg which the power steering seems to of gone on there are no other fault and no lights have come on could this be a belt or fluid and could you please tell me where these are located in the engine so i can check
Is this the 3.3 liter or the 3.8?
I know that there is 1 serpentine belt that runs all (incl. the PS pump) on the 3.8 liter. So if that belt
was missing, you would also be over heating, have no alternator charging, no ac (if equipped) as well as have no PS. If you see any belt at all (on the passenger side), then you are ok. The PS fluid resevoir is near the top and easily found. It has writing on the cap which also has a built in dipstick. Check the fluid level in the resevoir and fill it if nec. Are you hearing noises from the PS system with the fluids full? If so, you might need a new pump. Check for leaks too if the fluid was low, you might have a leaking hose or PS rack (hope not on the rack though $$)
Posted on May 08, 2009
The power steering resorvoour it is on the top of the eng it is clear bottle with black cap on top filled with trans fluid red if it is empty then you have a leak usually it is the steering rack
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: transmission fluid change
More than likely, like most automatic transmissions, yours does not have an oil plug. You need to drop the transmission oil pan to drain the old oil... You need to buy a transmission filter/pan gasket kit. The filter is located on the bottom of the tranny. You will see it when you remove the pan. Replace the filter, thoroughly remove any traces of old gasket material, clean the mating surfaces, and reinstall the pan with the new gasket. Torque the pan bolts to the manufacturers spec (you should be able to get this where you buy the filter/gasket kit). Refill the transmission through the dipstick (Capacity for the Voyager is 4 quarts, make sure to use ATF Plus (Type 7176) for your particular tranny, NOT Dexron, Mercon, or generic automatic transmission fluid, Chrysler transmissions do not like any other kind and tend to fail quite quickly with the wrong fluid). Fill to the full cold level. Start the engine, move the shifter through all gear ranges, and put it back in park. Leave the engine running and refill to cold full. Drive the car for 5-10 minutes and, with the engine still running and the car in park, fill to Hot full. You should be ready to go!
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
(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
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
usually codes for the braking system will be under body or chassis. most of the time over the counter scanners will not have access to these modules. your problem could be anywhere from the abs module to one of the wheel speed sensors going bad. you can test the wheel speed sensors to see if they are working correctly by jacking the vehicle up and checking one wheel at a time. wheel speed sensors give out an a/c voltage when the reluctor ring on the axles passes by the sensor.
before you run the tests it would be a good idea to make sure the wheel speed sensors are clear of any debris where the sensor picks up the signal from the reluctor wheel.
using a digital multimeter set it to read a/c voltage on a 2v scale or lower is possible millivolt scale will usually work
disconnect the connector at the wheel speed sensor and touch the DMM to the terminals on the sensor itself ans spin the wheel, see if the DMM reads the voltage change as you spin the wheel. repeat these steps for each sensor. *the voltage should steadily rise and fall as the wheel speeds up and slows down respectively. if the voltage is all over the place its usually a good sign that the sensor is bad.
if all sensors seem to be working properly you can trace the wiring from each sensor to see if there is a short or break in the wiring.
without the proper scan tools testing the module is near impossible unless you can find the schematics for the module and start testing inputs and outputs.
hope this helps!
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
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