Question about 1997 Plymouth Voyager
Posted on Oct 16, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 94 Plymouth Voyager Water Pump
thw water pump stuff you need is here
The heater stuff is here
Hope this helps! good luck!
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
SOURCE: blower motor
It's in behind glove box, you will probably have to remove glove box, but a good look up from under will tell you. You did check fuses & resistor right? Did it run for a while on high only?
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
It is driven by the timing belt. You'll need to support the front of the engine, remove the mount and timing covers. The pump sits in the center between the heads and has a tube running into the back of it that sometimes is difficult to get out. If you are uncomfortable with setting up the timing belt you may want to have a professional do the job.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
You don't mention what engine you have ( there are 4 cyl, or 2 v-6 choices 3.0L or 3.3L available for that year). The water pump costs anywhere from $50 to $80, depending where you buy it, labor is supposed to take about one hour (access to the water pump is through the wheel well, after removing the plastic liner). There are other things that can raise the cost: how old is your coolant? This is a good time to have it changed if it needs it, what is the condition of the serpentine belt? It has to be removed to replace the pump, so again, if it needs to be changed, this is the time to do it. Dealers are charging about $100 an hour in my area, private garages less, and there will be additional charges for 'environmental' concerns, which is basically properly disposing of parts and fluids. So, the best thing to do is check with your local dealer and service stations and get an estimate on the work, and if anything else is needed (coolant, belt, etc) for a price in your area. With the economy not doing well, there should be plenty of repair facilities eager to give you an estimate. Good luck.
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
its easy to do but if you want a manual chilton has one you can find the manual you speak of at auto zone for under 20 dollars. it will gve you step by step for any part on your car.
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
Tips for a great answer:
Go to online site of autozone, oreillys...etc and you may have to register but they have free online step by step manuals. This has worked for me several times.
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