Question about 1996 Plymouth Voyager
I am looking to buy a pair of mini-vans. One is a 1994 Dodge Caravan and the other is a 1996 Plymouth Voyager. I was told that there may be a transmission problem with the Voyager and I was wondering if the transmission from the Caravan would fit in the Voyager if there was a problem. The vans are a steal and I don't want to let them go. I just want to be sure that I can make one sound vehicle out of the two. Thanks in advance.
80 percent of the time the transmission problem is electrical. Pull the transmission dip stick and check the condition of the transmission fluid. If it's not burn and the transmission runs with out slipping but does not shift properly. Good chances are that it may be the Transmission control module (TCM) which is on the passenger side fender close to the headlight. Check the condition of the wire harness to the TCM, look for corrosion and try disconnection the TCM and see if there is any changes to the way the transmission performs. As for the transmission fitting, as long as the engine size are the same. the 3 liter and 3.3 liter use different transmission. Good luck and hope this helps.
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