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Why in my chrysler voyager 2002 anti freeze levels going down every 700-1000 miles ?

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SOURCE: Chrysler Voyager Diesel W reg - creaking noise over speed bumps

I had the same issue on my 2002 voyager. Is defo the bushes... not overly expensive to get fixed.

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SOURCE: locating a 2002 chrysler voyager thermostat

trace out the top raidtor hose where it goes too the block and thats where the thermostat is,

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SOURCE: 2002 chrysler voyager deisel 2.5. Alarm problem

Check for things hanging inside or from rear view mir, it can cause movement trigering motion sensors

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SOURCE: 2002 Chrysler Voyager problems with stalling...

could be fuel pressure, or a sticky egr valve

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SOURCE: my window on a2000 chrysler

Probably a fuse, try replacing it if other windows don't work either. If they do work, make sure that they aren't on separate fuses then try to pry the window back and forth to see f there is something stuck in there.

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2002 Chrysler engine noise concerns 3.3L

If you aren't going to tell us what the noise is, get it to a good DIY neighbour or local garage.

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What is the book time for glow plugs

all depends about 150.000 miles sooner if drive it hard

Mar 26, 2013 | 2002 Chrysler Voyager

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My 2000 Chrysler grand Voyager doesn't go in reverse what do i do to fix the problem. Do I have to replace the transmission.

well if transmission fluid level okay.transmission fluid has been changed every 30000 miles.your reverse servo or reverse band worn could have internal damage to pinions, internal gear , sun gear,damage input carrier and reaction carrier.

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Chrysler Voyager 2003 battery went dead now radio won't even turn on, clock doesn't work

i assume you put a new battery in,van runs but no radio or clock, check all your fuses first,and also make sure that radio doesnt have anti theft system, if it does then read your manualy on how to enter the code,if it needs a code then it wont work until code is entered,careful if you do the code entering wrong three times then radio shuts down for one hour, then you would need to have the key on or van running for one hour straight,

May 15, 2010 | 2003 Chrysler Voyager

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2002 Chrysler Voyager problems with stalling...

could be fuel pressure, or a sticky egr valve

May 07, 2010 | Chrysler Voyager Cars & Trucks

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Preventative maintnance

Not knowing what you have done and when, below are the normal intervals for Checks and Replacements:
If you have not done something in a while, or can't remember when it was done: go ahead and do it now to keep your vehicle on schedule.
Every 250 miles: (Every Week)
Check Automatic Transmission Fluid Level.
Check Battery Electrolyte Level, Post and Connections
Check Brake Fluid Level.
Check Engine Oil Level.
Check Engine Level + Reservoir
Check Horn Function.
Check Operation(s) of ALL Lights.
Check Power Steering Fluid Level
Check Tires and Air Pressure Levels (Don't Forget the Spare)
Check Windshied Fluid Level
Every 3,000 miles: (Every 3 to 4 Months)
Change Oil and Filter.
Every 7,500 miles: (Every 6-months)
Rotate the Tires.
Check and Clean Battery
Check Cooling System Hoses & Connections for Leaks & Damage,
Check the Exhaust System.
Check the Condition of All Vacuum Hoses & Connections.
Check Wiper Blades. Replace if needed.
Check for "play" in Steering Linkages and Balljoints.
Every 9,000 miles: (Every 9-months)
Check the Brakes: Pads, Rotors, Calipers and Hoses.
Lubricate the Tie Rod Ends and Ball Joints.
Check the Drive Axles, CV Joint Boots: Inner and Outer.
Check Suspension: Coils, Struts and Shocks.
Every 15,000 miles: (Every Year)
Replace Air Filter
Change Automatic Fluid and Filter.
Check Fuel System Hoses & Lines and Connections.
Check Drivebelts/Surpentine Belts.
Every 30,000 miles: (Every 2-Years)
Drain and Replace the Engine Coolant Fluid
Flush Coolant System.
Check and Replace PVC Valve.
Replace Spark Plugs.
Replace Ignition Wires
Check Distributor/Electronic Ignition Coil.
Check Operation of ALL Seatbelts.
Check EVAP Emission System Hoses and Connections
Every 60,000 miles:
Replace Fuel Filter.

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Mar 03, 2010 | 2002 Chrysler Voyager

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Where is the oxygen sensor for a 2002 Chrysler Voyager?

O2 sensor on any vehicle is always between the converter and the exhaust manifold in the pipe. It looks like a short plug with a single or double wire coming out of it. Always put anti-seize compound on new one before installing or it will never come out again!!!

Jul 08, 2009 | 2001 Chrysler Voyager

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Chrysler Voyager Diesel W reg - creaking noise over speed bumps

Lower Control arm Bushings, I have Sprayed them down with PB Blaster and they *******
I Know its a Unconventional fix but it worked on mine

Jan 13, 2009 | 2003 Chrysler Voyager

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2002 Chrysler Voyager 02 sensor

From under vehicle, follow exhaust down from engine, eventually you'll see a piece about 3-4" long sticking out side of the exhaust with wire(s) going to it.

Oct 29, 2008 | 2001 Chrysler Voyager

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