Question about 2000 Chrysler Grand Voyager
I have a 2000 Chrysler Grand Voyager that has done 148,000, Great car with teething problems, Air Con has gone, Drivers door window sometimes opens/sometimes doesn't and just recently it has developed a loud knocking noise (only when the car is moving) that is coming from behind the steering wheel. Are there any ideas for fixes for the drivers window and more importantly the loud knocking noise
Well I think the best thing to do is to replace the windows control module, the one in the drivers door, but before that make sure is getting power and ground if not you found the problem.
Posted on Dec 31, 2013
Take the door panel off and use a dry lube to lubricate any moving parts. Don't use grease it will be so stiff in the winter the window will never work. Back probe the wires on the motor and try the door switch over and over to see if the switch is intermittent if the switch is working and power is getting to the motor replace the motor. Motor is about 59 dollars Rock auto is about 1/2 of that. Like the person said you can get a free front end check. You could have bad stabilizer bar bushings or a rusted engine cradle or bad ball joint
Posted on Mar 28, 2014
Try spraying white lithium grease inside the door panel...front side by mirror especially...Important...get a free front end suspension and brakes check...many good shops will perform this free inspection...Then digest the information before spending money...Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 31, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the shaft itself cannot be lubricated. at the bottom of the steering column under the dash move the carpet out of the way as much as possilble and look at the rubber boot,spraying somm sylicone lube in there will get rid of a rubbing noise. if it is making a clunking noise when steering look at the tie rods for loosesness. if it clunks when hitting bumps look at the ball joints and more than likely the stabilizer bushings at the lower controlarms and the body where it is attatched are worn out,this is quite common..
Posted on Feb 17, 2010
it could be the CV joint is faulty, check the rubber boot on the drive axle on the near side front wheel to see if it is split or completely destroyed,if it is damaged the dirt has got into the CV joint & caused the damage & the CV joint will have to be replaced........hope this helps......cheers
Posted on Aug 07, 2010
it sounds like the power steering pump is crying for more fluid. stop by your local auto parts store and get some power steering fluid. you will see the reservoir for the fluid in the engine compartment - it is located on the pump motor and has a twist off cap and a small hot/cold fill dipstick. if the engine is cold - fill to the cold line and then start the car and drive and this should solve your problem.
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Posted on Dec 31, 2010
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Posted on Jan 05, 2011
If you are talking about the steel line then it has to be replaced, you can get the lenght you need to change from the parts place. Get the line already flared and with quick connect couplers that way you will only have to flare the ends of the line on the vehicle.
Posted on Feb 28, 2011
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